Bond fans can watch Daniel Craig's last outing as 007 in No Time To Die for free

By Linda Howard

Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond has been in cinemas for a week now and for fans who have yet to see the action-packed No Time To Die, money-saving expert Martin Lewis, has shared a not-so-top-secret way to watch it for free.

And if you’ve already seen 007 in action, you can watch any movie for free at your local cinema, saving yourself up to £11 on a standard adult ticket.

Martin revealed how to get free cinema tickets during his Money Show Live TV show this week. He explained: “If you’re an O2 mobile customer, you can get free Odeon tickets on Mondays via its Priority app.”

He continued: “They release these tickets on a Tuesday, 10,000 of them are released, so be on the app on a Tuesday and you should be able to get a ticket.”

But it’s not just O2 mobile customers getting a cinema freebie, Vodafone also offers a deal where most customers can buy two Vue Cinema tickets for just £7 through its MyVodaphone app.

The consumer champion also shared a loophole at comparison website, Compare The Market, which offers customers a 12-month, two-for-one cinema ticket deal if you buy a relevant product through them.

Martin explained: “Here’s my trick. Go get yourself a one day UK travel insurance policy, that costs £1 and counts as a qualifying policy, then you get a year’s two-for-ones on that.”

Compare The Market’s two-for-one offer cinema ticket offer is only available to use on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

The Martin Lewis Money Show Live airs at 8.30pm on STV every Thursday.

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