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Free Solo: A Star Wars Story or any other Disney movie ticket (up to $8) w/ purchase of 3 specially marked boxes of General Mills Cereals

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Fandango Promotional Code is good towards one movie ticket (up to $8.00 total ticket and convenience fee value) to see Solo: A Star Wars Story or any other Disney movie at Fandango partner theaters in the U.S. Reward Codes must be activated by 4/1/19 and are void if not redeemed by the expiration date. Fandango Promotional Code also must be redeemed by 4/1/19 and is void if not redeemed by the expiration date. Only valid for purchase of movie ticket made at www.fandango.com/promo/BigGMovieTicket [fandango.com] or via the Fandango app and cannot be redeemed directly at any Fandango partner theater box office. If lost or stolen, cannot be replaced and there will be no refunds. No cash value. Not valid with any other offer. Offer valid for one-time use only. Not for resale; void if sold or exchanged. If cost of movie ticket with Fandango's convenience fee included is more than maximum value of the Fandango Promotional Code, then user must pay the difference. Limit 5 Fandango Promotional Codes per person. Fandango Loyalty Solutions, LLC is not a sponsor or co-sponsor of this program. The activation of Reward Codes and the redemption of Fandango Promotional Code is subject to Fandango's Terms and Policies at www.fandango.com/policies/terms-and-policies [fandango.com]. See http://www2.activaterewards.com/biggmovieticket for full details.
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Up to $8 value? Where does that buy you a ticket?
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Up to $8 value? Where does that buy you a ticket?
Everywhere! Any discount is better than no discount.

If your theater charges you $12 then you end up paying $4

Still better than paying full price!
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Everywhere! Any discount is better than no discount.

If your theater charges you $12 then you end up paying $4

Still better than paying full price!
My point is, they advertise it as a free ticket.
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Up to $8 value? Where does that buy you a ticket?
The AMC Theatres in my area have movies for $5.xx before noon. I'm sure there are other movie theaters around the country with matinee tickets for less than $8 as well.

AMC has $5 tickets on Tuesdays as well for Stubs members.

https://www.amctheatres.com/ticket-tuesday

Cinemark has discount tickets for early shows as well.

https://www.cinemark.com/discounts
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The AMC Theatres in my area have movies for $5.xx before noon. I'm sure there are other movie theaters around the country with matinee tickets for less than $8 as well.

AMC has $5 tickets on Tuesdays as well for Stubs members.

https://www.amctheatres.com/ticket-tuesday

Cinemark has discount tickets for early shows as well.

https://www.cinemark.com/discounts
Ok, so there are exceptions. I still feel like if they advertise it as a free ticket then it should at least be enough for a standard ticket. Not saying it isn't a good deal, just call it what it is, a discounted ticket.
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My point is, they advertise it as a free ticket.
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Ok, so there are exceptions. I still feel like if they advertise it as a free ticket then it should at least be enough for a standard ticket. Not saying it isn't a good deal, just call it what it is, a discounted ticket.
While the OP has advertised that this a free offer up to $8 in his titile, the promotion itself never advertises that it is free anywhere. It just offers a ..."Fandango Promotional Code and redeem it toward a movie ticket." that is up to $8.

I would recommend the OP remove the word "free" as the promotion itself does not offer free in its marketing. And to get it "free" there are conditions to specific movie chains and member services that are not mentioned in the OP.
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Or just get moviepass??? 🤷🏼 ♂️
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Or just get moviepass??? 🤷🏼 ♂️
I wouldn't recommend this until the current promotion with iHeartRadio ends. It's only 4 movies a month versus unlimited when this current promo expires.
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If this isn't good enough for you, 22 coke caps get you a free ticket, pop and popcorn at amc. All you have to do is apply yourself.

When they did this for Rogue One, I got enough for my pack of friends to see it, free. I ate a lot of GM cereal!

But you're right, mattcoz,, $8 is not high enough to call it a free ticket. Truth in advertising.

https://slickdeals.net/f/11114883-my-coke-rewards-mcr-coca-cola-com-offers-discussion-thread-2018-no-ot
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Up to $8 value? Where does that buy you a ticket?
Quite a few places. Even on Saturday night, it's less than $8.

https://www.amctheatres.com/showt...teCode=WWM

On the flip side, if you're in a concrete jungle where everything is expensive, then this shouldn't be your first rude awakening on the subject of "stuff here costs a lot".
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I did this buying a Blu-ray that gave $8 for Ready Player One. By the time it included the $1.50 service fee of the ticket it was $16 for a regular non-Imax non-3D showing + "free" Blu-ray. Contrast with Costco ticket for $10 that gets you into the movie seems like the Costco deal would have been the way to go. So unless you wanted the cereal or Blu-ray...
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I did this buying a Blu-ray that gave $8 for Ready Player One. By the time it included the $1.50 service fee of the ticket it was $16 for a regular non-Imax non-3D showing + "free" Blu-ray. Contrast with Costco ticket for $10 that gets you into the movie seems like the Costco deal would have been the way to go. So unless you wanted the cereal or Blu-ray...
If you didn't want the blu-ray or cereal, then why would you buy them?
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Disney milking that Star Wars cow hard. Lukewarm after what they did to the franchise in The Last Jedi. Color me jaded.
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These deals always have a maximum value specified. 8 is on the low end, but it's not like they are hiding the ball here. Also not like it is an absurdly low number given the average price of a movie ticket in this country is still below 9 bucks. Probably means that most people can manage to see the movie free, at least at matinee pricing.
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