Meerkat Movies gives you the chance to catch all the must-see movies every week with 2 for 1 cinema tickets. And with awards season on the horizon, now is a great time to catch up on any soon-to-be big winners you might have missed.
Love the glitz and glamour of awards season? Well now you could be a part of it all with our awesome prize. We've teamed up with Meerkat Movies to give you and three friends the chance to win a trip to London for a private awards show screening and luxury makeover.
Find out more about Meerkat Movies below and then scroll down and answer the question for your chance to win.
When you buy a qualifying product through Compare the Market you will be eligible for Meerkat Movies – meaning you can get a whole year of 2 for 1 cinema tickets, to use every Tuesday or Wednesday.
Simply claim your membership online or on the Meerkat app once you've bought through Compare the Market to start redeeming your 2 for 1 weekly codes.
Get your weekly code on the Meerkat app or online and use it when purchasing cinema tickets online or in the cinema. Pick up your cinema tickets at the Box Office – and enjoy!
Qualifying purchase required. Tuesday or Wednesdays, participating cinemas. Standard tickets only, cheapest ticket free. You may only apply for one membership per 12 months. Conditions apply.
Only for customers of comparethemarket.com
We're giving you and three friends the chance to win a two-night luxury break in London in a five-star hotel, with a private awards show screening live from Los Angeles.
You'll be given train tickets into London on 24th February, and then chauffeur driven transfers from the train station to the Sanctum Soho Hotel. You'll be given a full make-over and hair styling treatment before dinner and cocktails in Soho. Finally, you'll experience a private live screening of an awards show for you and your friends, including champagne on arrival and a personal bartender!
For your chance to win, simply answer the question below before 23:59 on 20th February. Entrants must be 18+ and based in the UK. T&Cs apply.
Q: What colour carpet is traditionally associated with an awards ceremony?