BFI National Film Theatre Reviews
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Customer BFI National Film Theatre Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/02/09
I became a BFI member late last year. One of the "Perks" is supposed to be free entry for 2 to any standard screening. What they sent me was a voucher which unbeknownst to me expired at the end of January. I have emailed them as I had assumed the ticket would be valid to the end of my membership which is September this year but it seems they have no intention to of recompensing me in any way. This has made the BFI appear to me an unreputable company and one you shouldn't give your money to.
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