Reminder – Visa Signature Buy One Get One Movie Ticket Friday Benefit Returns

by Adam

As requested by several of you, here’s the weekly reminder. Buy One Get One Friday movie nights has returned and will last through August 2nd. Tickets must be purchased and used on a Friday and there is a limit of one purchase per card per 30 days (though I’m sure you have several Visa Signature cards). I’m sure you have at least one of the following cards which are Visa Signature: Chase Sapphire Preferred, Chase British Airways, Chase Hyatt Card, Chase Marriott Rewards / Marriott Rewards Premier, Chase Southwest Plus, Bank of America Hawaiian Airlines, Citi AAdvantage Visa Signature, Citi Hilton HHonors Reserve, Capital One Venture, Choice Privileges, United Mileage Plus, and Club Carlson cards.

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Grant May 31, 2013 - 12:19 pm

@Adam, I did my own post and analyst of the Fandango BOGO Deal ( and it really depends on the movie, theater, showtime, and type of ticket you buy.
2 IMAX movie tickets at night would cost $18.25 after the discount, or $9.13 for an IMAX movie.
2 Matinee movie tickets during the day at a different theater cost $7.25 after the discount, or $3.63 per person. That’s a deal.

adam May 31, 2013 - 1:01 pm

@Grant – Thanks, great article. It certainly does depend. Here in NYC, IMAX movies are $21.95 per person pre-discount, 3D movies are $18-19.50 pre-discount per person, and regular movies are $14.50 pre-discount. $19.50 is discounted for IMAX, $18.50 for 3D, and $14.50 for regular movies.

Grant May 31, 2013 - 3:03 pm

I thought CA (orange county area) was pricey, but I guess NYC wins again.
In the small print it says “On the Review page you’ll see the price of one ticket and convenience fee deducted from your order, up to $19.50 total” so you will be maxing out the discount on the expensive tickets. Do you have Regal or AMC theaters near you?

adam May 31, 2013 - 3:45 pm

@Grant – Yep, they are mostly AMC and Regal (coupons require surcharges in most cases).


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