Free Movie Ticket Reminder: Today Buy 1 Get 1 With Visa Signature Card
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I wrote how you can buy 1 movie ticket, you’ll get 1 ticket free (up to $19.50) at Fandango when you pay with your Visa Signature card. This deal is good each Friday through August 21, 2015.
So if you plan to go to the movies tonight, you can get an easy free ticket!
I’ll explain how it works.
How to Get a Free Movie Ticket at Fandango
You can get a free movie ticket each Friday through August 21, 2015, when you pay with your Visa Signature card. (I’ll explain how to tell if you have 1 already!)
Add 2 movie tickets to your cart. And when you check-out, the lowest-priced ticket (up to $19.50) will be free! This deal is good for any Friday showing.
But if you have a Chase Visa Signature card, you don’t have to wait for Fridays to buy your Friday ticket! You can purchase your Friday movie tickets on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday. That might help because there are a limited number of free tickets available.
- 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.
What’s a Visa Signature Card?
Visa Signature cards have “Signature” printed under the VISA emblem, such as:
And here’s a list of Visa Signature cards if you want to know which other cards you might have!
Or simply enter your Visa credit card number into the Fandango site to see if it’s eligible.
Other Ways to Save at the Movies
Remember, you can ALWAYS save money at movie theaters buying gift cards at office supply stores with a credit card that earn bonus points! For example, Staples sells gift cards to AMC Theaters, Fandango, and Regal Cinemas.
You can use your Chase Ink Plus, Ink Bold (no longer available), or Ink Cash card to earn 5X Chase Ultimate Rewards points (or 5% cash back). And AMEX SimplyCash earns 5% back at US office supply stores too.
Or buy movie theater gift cards in a supermarket with a card that earns bonus points in that category. For instance, the Premier Rewards Gold Card from American Express or Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express.
Bottom LineFandango has buy 1 get 1 free (up to $19.50) movie tickets for Visa Signature cardholders on Fridays 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.
This is an easy way to save on a night out!
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