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Promoted 08-10-2012 by yuugotserved at 12:00 AM View Original Post
Fandango has Buy One Get One Free Movie Ticket for Visa Signature Cardholders. Please read terms and conditions for further details in regards to the discounted promotion. Thanks gabu

If you don't have a Visa Signature card, you can apply for Citi Hilton HHonors (40K Bonus Points w/ $1000+ Purchase within 4 Months)
  1. Click here
  2. Enter the your Visa Signature card number where prompted (your card will not be charged)
  3. Browse and add two movie tickets to cart
  4. Discount will be shown as you proceed through checkout
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Edited May 2, 2012 at 12:33 PM by gabu
Looks like Visa's B1G1 free promotion is back on

Link [fandango.com]

  1. MUST BUY ON FRIDAY FOR SAME DAY SHOWING
  2. Offer is only valid each Friday from May 4, 2012 – August 17, 2012 between 12:01 AM - 5:59 AM (presumably Saturday) EST, or while supplies last.
  3. Ticket value up to $19.50 (including Fandango convenience fee)
  4. Only 1 free ticket per Visa Signature card, per period of 30 days following the date of a purchase.
  5. Full terms here [akamai.net].
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Last Edited by chuckywang August 10, 2012 at 02:03 PM
You CAN buy the $25 Fandango Buck for $20 and then use those on the Buy One Get One Free Ticket.

Refer to this thread for the details.

http://slickdeals.net/f/4683622-The-Fandango-Deals-List?v=1

You can buy this ticket now for any Friday movie. It does not have to be the same week.

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THIS IS OK DEAL But On any day,. you can buy IMAX 3D for 10$ , normal movie 8$ , IMAX for 9$ through WAY.com works for any day.
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Here is the list of VISA Signature credit cards from VISA:
VISA Signature cards [visa.com]

Release Dates (RT >60% PRO, IMDB>6)

7/3 Spiderman
7/20 Dark Knight
8/3 The Bourne Legacy

pm mehsieh if u need stubs card

or pm kishna if u need stubs card in Oakland/Berkeley/SF area.

pm chuckywang if you need stubs card in Chicago area.


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#61
Bank of America offers a no annual fee visa signature card. Yes, I know BofA sucks but not many except Chase offers no annual fee.
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http://www.whoismind.com/whois/ha...x.com.html
Created: 31 Jan 2012 09:54:46
Expires: 31 Jan 2013 09:54:00

it looks like a scam written all over it....and why would anyone give a link via IPaddress?Confused


Quote from gabsmooth View Post :
but why do people take advantage of these headaches..I buy my movie tix for 6 bucks, means 12 if is me and my son, 3d movies and everything as well

http://88.80.0.6 (halfmovietix.com)

Im not an advertiser for the company or this site, just a faithful user and never had an issue..

why would you choose to purchase any other way? im not advertising them but damn if it makes sense it makes sense..

your welcome in advance

Gab
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Quote from chri521 View Post :
I'm not going to click through but I am assuming these are those Gold and Silver AMC / Regal vouchers right?

Those work most of the time BUT certain cities tack a surcharge on top. Some movies also say no vouchers or passes so you won't be able to use it on opening weeks.

That site looks just like it has the fandago ticket ordering system. I have never used it before, but seems shady as I have never heard of it, and if it was legit you would think it would be on a lot of these types of forums.
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Quote from rasmonkey View Post :
Is the Chase Freedom Visa a "signature" card? I thought it was when I signed up, but I don't see anything on the card itself that designates "visa signature". Thanks.
Weird! I tried to purchase too using my Chase Freedom Visa signature card... It says My card is not a visa signature card. My card says VISA SIGNATURE at the bottom and definitely more than 5k credit limit.
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Quote from syetangpogiko View Post :
Weird! I tried to purchase too using my Chase Freedom Visa signature card... It says My card is not a visa signature card. My card says VISA SIGNATURE at the bottom and definitely more than 5k credit limit.
Well THAT is not a good sign! Frown
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Quote from Skeet33 View Post :
The Visa Signature Friday BOGO deal on Fandango tickets was always limited to one use per month (per card), wasn't it?
yes, so they can give an equal chance to millions of visa signature card holders.
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Quote from syetangpogiko View Post :
Weird! I tried to purchase too using my Chase Freedom Visa signature card... It says My card is not a visa signature card. My card says VISA SIGNATURE at the bottom and definitely more than 5k credit limit.
call chase to confirm, they may have changed it
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#68
I just checked my Chase Freedom Card and it still works.

Go to https://www.fandango.com/visasignature/

You can enter your card number to check if it qualifies.
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Quote from happybunny2 View Post :
Bank of America offers a no annual fee visa signature card. Yes, I know BofA sucks but not many except Chase offers no annual fee.
Also, Citi has a Visa Signature card with a no annual fee. It's the Hilton HHonors card.
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Quote from rasmonkey View Post :
Is the Chase Freedom Visa a "signature" card? I thought it was when I signed up, but I don't see anything on the card itself that designates "visa signature". Thanks.
I work for Chase, the freedom card comes in both flavors. You can call the toll free # on the back of your card and they will tell you why you didnt get a signature version...could be any number of reasons.
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US Bank REI card is no fee
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can you buy the $25 fandango bucks for $20 and then use those bucks for the buy1get1free promo? Sounds like you can double dip
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Quote from bb.yuan85 View Post :
can you buy the $25 fandango bucks for $20 and then use those bucks for the buy1get1free promo? Sounds like you can double dip
No because you have to charge the tickets to your visa card so you couldn't use fandango bucks.
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Quote from happybunny2 View Post :
Bank of America offers a no annual fee visa signature card. Yes, I know BofA sucks but not many except Chase offers no annual fee.
That's what most got "rolled" into when BofA bought Schwab's 2% cashback Visa business.
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#75
So last year this wasn't truly a B1G1 since it only gave you up to $11 or so credit for the next ticket and didn't fully pay for the $14 3-D ticket in my area. Since pretty much every summer movie requires you to see them in 3-D unless you want to go to an 11AM showing, do we know if this year's sale will honor more than the $11?
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