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Win Solo - A Star Wars Story tickets as Cineworld Ipswich turns 20

PUBLISHED: 11:04 26 April 2018 | UPDATED: 10:40 27 April 2018

Solo - A Stars Wars Story. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Solo - A Stars Wars Story. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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Cineworld Ipswich turns 20 on Tuesday and to celebrate, we’ve teamed up with the Cardinal Park multiplex to give away 15 pairs of tickets to see Solo: A Star Wars Story in May.

All you have to do is be one of the first to post a picture of this story on its Facebook page @CineIpswich wishing it a happy birthday.

To thank its millions of loyal customers over the years, Christopher Clarkson, Cineworld Ipswich’s general manager, said: “We love being part of the film-going community and we’re really excited to celebrate our 20th birthday over the weekend of May 4–7.

“On Saturday and Sunday we’ll be giving away lots of treats, you can have a go on our Wheel Of Fortune and what better way to ring in our 20th year than by watching Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War in our amazing IMAX or 4DX screens. We’re expecting the film to be popular, so make sure you don’t miss out.”

If that wasn’t exciting enough, the force will be with Cineworld Ipswich on May 4 as an exclusive Chewbacca statue will be in the cinema for you to get some essential selfies with, plus they’ll be Solo prizes to win with more details soon to be announced on the Cineworld Ipswich Facebook page

There’s also Amy Schumer’s new comedy I Feel Pretty and special weekend previews of Sherlock Gnomes. If you’re also celebrating your 20th birthday in the month of May, show a staff member your ID and you could win a special treat too.

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