It is really not that often that I suggest leaving the house to find a good deal. In fact, I like to think that I am am starting an army of deal hunting, money hungry, shut-ins. With that said there are actually deals outside of the play world mega mall that is the internet. Take for instance this deal being offered by AMC Theatres where if you see 5 movies and present your ticket stubs - you can get a $10 AMC promotional card (which works like a gift card) - for doing something you might have already been planning anyway. The have the deal up in the AMC Theatres Facebook page if you want to get some more information. Just watch the 5 movies between Nov. 5, 2010 through Jan. 6, 2011 and get your card at the ticket counter. The card will expire Feb. 28, 2011.
If you are going to take advantage of this offer make sure to also use the "AMC: FREE Large Soda with Large Popcorn Purchase Coupon" from another blog I posted recently - to get more bang for your buck.
Movies on the list are:
For Colored Girls
What's the Story? Morning Glory
Next Three Days
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (both the regular version and 3D)
The Company Men
Limit one $10 AMC Promotional Card per person while supplies last. Redeem offer at any participating AMC Theatres in the U.S. by presenting an original AMC Theatres ticket stub for at least five of the titles listed above. Each redeemed ticket stub must be from a different date from Nov. 5, 2010 through Jan. 6, 2011. At time of redemption, original ticket stubs must be surrendered and no photocopies accepted. Lost or stolen tickets will not be replaced. Includes Gold and Silver Experience™ ticket stubs, but excludes free pass ticket stubs. No cash value, not for resale. AMC associates and immediate family are not eligible to participate. Release dates are subject to change. Promotional card expires Feb. 28, 2011.
AMC Theatres (American Multi-Cinema), officially known as AMC Entertainment, Inc., is the second largest movie theater chain in North America with 5,325 screens and one of the United States's four national cinema chains (Regal Entertainment Group, National Amusements, Inc. and Cinemark Theaters being the others) of the 12 largest on the continent that did not go bankrupt during the 2001-2002 recession, due in part to the fact that its theatres often dominate lists of the top 50 most profitable theatres in North America.