It’s sad – but unfortunately it’s a fact. Dads usually get the short end of the stick when it comes to their special day. With a report showing Australians spend almost double on Mum for Mother’s Day than they do on Dad for Father’s Day*, this year ditch the boring power tools, socks, slippers and neckties and buy Dad a gift card from Australia’s number one cinema chain, Event Cinemas and BCC Cinemas.

Movie gift cards are now available in values from $25, so Dad can not only get a gift he’ll love but it’s also affordable. Gift cards are available in values right up to $1,000 and there are a range of designs available including Vmax and Gold Class, allowing dad to enjoy a more premium movie experience plus a specially designed Father’s Day gift card.

Event Cinemas, Greater Union and BCC Cinemas movie gift cards give Dad the freedom to choose not only the film he wants to see but they also can be used to buy delicious food and beverages, a 3D cinema experience and more.
The next few months sees the release of some of the most anticipated movies of the year including Everest on 17th September starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Keira Knightly, Matt Damon stuck on Mars in The Martian on 1st October and who can forget the next James Bond instalment Spectre in cinemas on 12th November and Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens on 17th December.

Plus, don’t miss the special Father’s Day advance screening of Pixels on 6th September at 11am.


Buy movie gift cards at Event Cinemas, Greater Union and BCC Cinemas around Australia or order online at E-vouchers are also available online for immediate delivery to Dad’s in-box, including on Father’s Day itself.

* IBISWorld, 8 May 2012.

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