Village Cinemas is one of Australia’s most popular cinema chains. They’ve got massive screens, awesome sound quality, and plenty of food to choose from. Discover Vilalge Cinemas food prices and more here.

Here are the latest food and popcorn prices for Village Cinemas:

Menu ItemPrice

Popcorn

Small Popcorn$8.00
Regular Popcorn$9.00
Large Popcorn$10.00
Gourmet Popcorn $9.00

Snacks

Burger Rings$5.00
Twisties$5.00
Smiths$5.00
Red Rock Deli$5.00

Hot Food

Chicken Strips$9.00
Hot Dogs$9.00
Nachos$9.00
Pizza$9.00
Spiral Cut Chips$9.00
Dumplings$9.00
Hot Jam Donuts$7.00
Churros$7.00

Sweets

Fairy Floss$9.00
Chocolate Bars$4.50
Snakes/Party Mix$6.50
Chocolate Bags$7.00
Choc Top$7.00
Connoisseur$5.50
Maxibon$5.50

Combos

Junior Combo (kids popcorn, small drink, chocolate treat)$10.00
Small My Combo (popcorn & drink)$11.50
Regular My Combo (popcorn & drink) $13.50
Large My Combo (popcorn & drink)$15.50
Gourmet My Combo (popcorn & drink)$19.50
Classic Combo (large popcorn, 2 large drinks, 2 ice creams)$26.00
Family Combo (4 small popcorns, 4 small drinks, 4 chocolate treats)$30.00
BFF Combo (2 regular popcorns, 2 regular drinks, bag of chips)$26.00
Our Combo (large popcorn, 2 large drinks)$19.50
Vrewards Combo (regular popcorn, regular drink)$10.00

Drinks

Small Soft Drink$6.50
Regular Soft Drink$7.50
Large Soft Drink$8.50
Mt Franklin 600ml$4.90
Mt Franklin Sparkling$4.90
Powerade$5.50
Deep Spring$5.50
Fuze Iced Tea$5.50
Monster Energy Drink$5.50

Why Is Village Cinemas’ Food So Expensive?

The main reason why Village’s popcorn is so expensive is because people continue to pay the current prices. Simple supply and demand.

Think about it like this, if everyone stopped buying the popcorn because it was too expensive, they’d be forced to drop the price in order to bring sales back up. But that’s not going to happen, because it’s too damn delicious for people to form such a protest!

As well, the candy bar is a large portion of the theatre’s profit. Sure, they may only make up a small amount of the total sales, but in terms of profit, they account for nearly 40% according to some studies.

With that being said, it won’t stop the local media from continuing to publish articles around movie theatres being a ripoff and the popcorn is unjustifiably high in cost.

Keep in mind that Village Cinemas aren’t the only movie company in Australia charging higher prices for their popcorn and snacks. Just have a look at Hoyts’ popcorn prices and you’ll see it’s all quite similar.

How Healthy Is Their Popcorn?

If you’re looking to stay healthy and consume a low amount of calories each day, you’ll probably want to stay away from Village Cinemas’ popcorn.

According to MyFitnessPal, a large popcorn has around 940 calories in it. That’s nearly 10 apples worth.

Similarly, CalorieKing puts a small popcorn at 300 calories, and a medium at 630 calories. So if you want to enjoy a movie with some snacks and stay healthy, it’s best to bring in your own food.

Is Village Cinemas Popcorn Vegan?

Generally, the salted popcorn is always one of the few vegan items on the menu. For example, all of AMC’s popcorn is vegan, but the seasoning they add on top afterwards isn’t. Which is great, because then everyone can get what they want.

If you’re looking to be 100% on whether Village’s popcorn is vegan, ask the server beforehand or give their head office a call (number below).

About Village Cinemas

Village Cinemas has been showing movies to the Australian public for more than 50 years now, after first being established in 1954 when the first drive-in theatre was built. The company itself is owned by Australia Theatres, a joint venture between Village Roadshow and Event Hospitality and Entertainment.

One Of The First Drive-In Theatres In Australia

They’ve grown from their humble beginnings to now operate more than 50 cinemas across 5 countries, including Argentina, Greece, Fiji, and of course, Australia. However, you’ll only find their cinemas in two of the Australian states – Victoria and Tasmania.

One recent innovation to their business has been the introduction of Gold Class. This premium movie experience features and up-market menu, luxurious reclining seats, all the refreshments you desire, and delivery right to your seat. It’s been a hit in many locations with more and more Village locations seeing a Gold Class added to it. See just how different the experience is by checking out Village Cinemas Gold Class menu.

Village’s Gold Class was almost a necessity to bring in after Hoyts with Hoyts Lux, and Event Cinemas with their own Event Cinemas Gold Class, brought premium movie experiences to the Aussie market.

It’s a bit dated, but here’s a promotion when it was still fairly new to the public:

Talk To Village Cinemas Food Staff

Want to get in touch with a staff member working in the Village Cinemas food area? Send them a message on one of their social media accounts:

Otherwise, you’re more than welcome to contact them through their website here. Lastly, if you’d prefer to contact a cinema closest to you, click here to use their cinema locator.

Conclusion

All in all, yes, Village Cinemas food may be a little expensive, but it’s damn delicious and extremely hard to resist (especially their popcorn). When the smell of it fills the air as soon as you walk in to watch a movie, it’s unbelievably hard to resist.

If you have any further questions about Village’s food, popcorn, or the prices of anything, let me know in the comments below.

Enjoy your movie!

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