Reminder: 2 for 1 Movie Tickets Today With Your Visa Signature Card!

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How does popcorn, Sour Patch Kids, and the latest summer blockbuster sound?

It’s Movie Friday again!  When you buy 1 movie ticket at Fandango with your Visa Signature card, you’ll get 1 free (up to $19.50).  If any of your Visa cards have the word “Signature” under the Visa logo, you’re eligible to save!

The deal is good each Friday through August 21, 2015.

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I’ll show you how to get your free movie ticket!

What’s the Deal?

Link:   Visa Signature +1 Movie Fridays

Link:   +1 Movie Fridays FAQ Page

Link:   Fandango

Fandango has buy 1 get 1 free (up to $19.50) movie tickets each Friday (using this link only) through August 21, 2015.

To get your free ticket, on Fridays add 2 movie tickets to your cart.  When you pay with your Visa Signature card the lowest-priced ticket (up to $19.50) is free!

This deal is good for any Friday showing.

However, if you have a Chase Visa Signature card, you don’t have to wait until Friday.  You can purchase your Friday movie tickets on Wednesday or Thursday too.  Tickets are limited, so this could give you a jump start!

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Important Terms

  • Offer only good while supplies last
  • Maximum value of free ticket is $19.50
  • Limit of 1 free ticket per card, every 30 days
  • Limit of 1 registration per email address (regardless of card number) per 7-day period
  • Can NOT be combined with other coupons or discounts

It’s easy to get this deal multiple times if you have more than 1 Visa Signature card and email address.

Do You Have a Visa Signature Card?

Check for “Signature” printed under the VISA emblem on your card.  Here are a few examples of cards that qualify:

More Ways to Save

You don’t need a Visa signature card to save money at the movies.  You can save 5% to 6% any day by purchasing movie theater gift cards at office supply stores or supermarkets with a card that earns bonus points:

  • AMEX SimplyCash – 5% cash back at US office supply stores
  • Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express – 6% cash back at US supermarkets up to $6,000 per year; then 1%. Terms apply.
  • Chase Ink Bold, Ink PlusInk Cash – 5X Chase Ultimate Rewards points (5% cash back) at office supply stores

Or skip the gift cards and earn 2X Citi ThankYou points on movie theater expenses with the Citi Prestige Card and Citi ThankYou Premier Card.

Reminder 2 For 1 Movie Tickets Today With Your Visa Signature Card
You Don’t Need a Visa Signature Card to Get a Discount on a Night at the Movies

Bottom Line

When you buy a movie ticket at Fandango (using this link only) with your Visa Signature card, you’ll get 1 free (up to $19.50)!  You can get this deal each Friday through August 21, 2015.

And if you have a Chase Visa Signature card, you don’t have to wait until Friday.  You can get your free ticket on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays for Friday showings.

Which movie will you see this weekend?

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