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Via MilesQuest, you can get 2 free $5 Fandango credits to use towards movie tickets!
You can NOT use more than one $5 credit on a single ticket. But you can get 2 codes per person, per email address. So you can get a $10 discount off 2 movie tickets.
Here’s how to get the credits:
Step 1 – Register for the Nestle Fandango Promotion
Visit the Fandango site and enter your date of birth.
Step 2 – Enter the Promotional Code
Enter promotional code “CS8436” in all the boxes.
Step 3 – Click “Enter More Codes”
View your confirmation page and then click the “Enter More Codes” button.
Step 4 – Enter the Promotional Code Again
Enter the same code “CS8436” in all 5 boxes again.
Step 5 – Use Your Credits
You will receive 2 emails from Fandango which contain separate codes for each of your $5 credits. To use the codes, create a Fandango account and enter the codes at check-out.
Note: You can’t use both $5 coupons on 1 ticket!
Use a Shopping Portal for More Savings!
Before you check out, you can go through a shopping portal to earn a few extra points or cash back. Just check evreward to find the best deal.
You May Get a Better Deal With a Visa Signature Card
On Fridays, you get Buy 1 Get 1 Free movie tickets from Fandango when you use a Visa Signature credit card such as:
So if you plan to see a movie on Friday and your tickets cost more than $10 each, this is a better deal.
You can get 2 free $5 credits by entering code “CS8436” on the Fandango promotional page. But keep in mind that you can only use one $5 credit towards a single ticket. You must use your credits by January 31, 2015.
But you may be able to get a better deal if you use your Visa Signature card to get Buy 1 Get 1 Free tickets to see a movie on a Friday.
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