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6 lucky winners will receive a double pass to American Express Open Air Cinemas – Bondi - which includes bean bags, blankets, wine, popcorn and wait service!

American Express Open Air Cinemas are back in Bondi with gourmet food, sunset drinks and the latest films under the stars.

American Express Open air Cinemas is a celebration of summer, bringing the greatest films to spectacular locations across Australia and New Zealand. With freshly-cooked cuisine, a fully-stocked bar and a range of comfortable seating options, we invite you to join us under the stars for an unforgettable cinema experience.

American Express Card Members are invited to relax and enjoy the full VIP experience by purchasing a ticket to the American Express Lounge, complete with premium seating, unlimited popcorn and a beverage of choice. American Express Card Members also save 15% on selected tickets, are granted access to the American Express Garden and receive complimentary blanket hire.

All attendees can add a touch of comfort by adding an air-lounger or blanket to their booking, and premium ticket holders can enjoy reserved seating, wait service and a glass of Giesen wine in the exclusive Prime Video Lounge.

Tickets won with this competition are only available for Bondi Open Air Cinema.

Please note this competition is open from 14th February 2020 until 23rd February 2020 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. M. VeljacicNSW
  2. S. SearleNSW
  3. C. EvansNSW
  4. T. MilasNSW
  5. P. SucitraNSW
  6. S. MicudajNSW
  • Knives Out because I missed it at the cinemas and this would be a great movie to watch on a date night with my husband without any interrupting kids!

  • I would love to see Mulan! How wonderful would it be to see the Disney adaptation come to life on the big screen! No matter how old I get, I’ll always be a Disnerd!

  • id like to see jojo rabbit. iv written a haiku to express why…

    satire of a new age
    innocence meets mature themes
    an old story re-told

  • Something fun and a family friendly movie so this would be great for a family outing.

  • Rocketman! I still haven’t seen it and what better location that the beautiful cinema by the sea at Bondi!

  • Beautifully acted, brilliantly directed and blissfully true to its roots, I’d love to watch this modern classic, immerse in
    the explosion of emotions from loss to love and everything in between and enjoy the heartwarming sisterhood of the March family.

  • I would love to watch Parasite as it sounds like an amazing thrilling movie and I have heard so many good things about it from friends and family. Hubby and I haven’t watched it and we would love to see it at the American Express Open Air Cinemas.

  • I would love to see DoLittle for a family friendly evening full of laughs and a memorable bonding moment we could cherish for years to come.

  • Love to go to the movie outside bring back memories when the roof was open in our local cinema

  • I;d like to see because Midway because it looks good.

  • Knives out. Love a good murder mystery, a who done it, a life size cleudo. Would love to take my partner in crime to enjoy it with me and help unravel the who done it.

  • Twister its awsome and real I would love. To chase twisters and tornadoes I’d watch this movie over and over again

  • Parasite – currently trending right now and have heard amazing reviews on it!

  • Bad boys 3, been a fan since the first bad boys and would love to watch this one as it’s relatable- now I’m older with kids

  • The Gentlemen. Are you kidding? Guy Ritchie is offensively wonderful, Hugh Grant as a badass, and a guy called Fahark locked in a car boot, told to shut the fahark up – what’s not to love?!

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