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amazon has fandango gift card at 20% off

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Is fandangoNOW and fandango gc still different?
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Wow! Discount on movies is always good.
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% wise, is this equivalent to buying the 2 movie tickets for $X at costco?
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It's not a digital code if you're wondering.
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Thanks! I do 10 matinee movies a year, this will take care of most of them. : )
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% wise, is this equivalent to buying the 2 movie tickets for $X at costco?
No. Costco would still run cheaper
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No. Costco would still run cheaper
It really depends. Costco regal tickets are $10 each and on Tuesday it's only $6.50 to see a movie at least at my regal. Early matinee is also that price so if you use your fandango go for that you save an additional 20 percent, but if you go during peak hours Costco is cheaper.
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Read the reviews on fees. If you are buying from Fandango anyway you are fine, but there fees associated with each ticket, and folks seem surprised. I am curious about the Fandangonow question (if it might work there) tho if anyone knows.
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Read the reviews on fees. If you are buying from Fandango anyway you are fine, but there fees associated with each ticket, and folks seem surprised. I am curious about the Fandangonow question (if it might work there) tho if anyone knows.
I was wonder about that like can you use a fandango gc at the kiosk inside movie theatre to avoid the fee? I purposely avoid fandango normally because of the fee. It helps that I live across the street from a nice regal so gas cost is $0 and you can still buy tickets presale with no fee at the kiosk.
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Can this be used for digital movie purchases at FandangoNOW also?
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I was wonder about that like can you use a fandango gc at the kiosk inside movie theatre to avoid the fee? I purposely avoid fandango normally because of the fee. It helps that I live across the street from a nice regal so gas cost is $0 and you can still buy tickets presale with no fee at the kiosk.
​Based on the reviews, you have to purchase online, which comes with a $4 convenience fee.
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Can this be used for digital movie purchases at FandangoNOW also?
Yes, I have used Fandango gift cards to buy 4K movies from FandangoNow. You enter the card number at checkout and it debits. Seemed like a better deal than paying fees for theater tix. FandangoNow is a member of movies anywhere so that helps.
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Do these cards come covered..
IE is there any risk of the seller using my card info before I use mine? I'm pretty sure Fandango doesn't expire on its own, so not concerned about that aspect

edit: for those with Marcus theaters near them -- they can use the movie rewards card to waive the Fandango fee
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