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AT&T Is Offering Discounted Movie Tickets To Customers

If you're an AT&T customer, don't miss this great perk.

Love movies but hate the price of tickets? Depending on the movie (2-D, 3-D), time and the number of people involved, movies cost more than most of us want to dish out.

Every now and then, phone companies give their customers deals outside the standard “all you can eat” data plan, like the one AT&T is now offering customers. AT&T Thanks has a “Ticket Twosdays” program offering a buy-one, get-one ticket reward for AT&T customers.

Pretty great perk, right? If you’re an AT&T customer, skip the long lines Friday night and switch up your movie night to a Tuesday.

Getting The Tickets

The buy-one, get-one-free reward can be claimed by any AT&T wireless customer with accounts in good standing. All you need to do is visit Ticket Twosdays and enter your phone number. In a matter of minutes you’ll receive a text containing a code to enter on the AT&T website, where you’ll also find a link to participating movie theaters in your area.

The next text you’ll receive will be a link to purchase the ticket. Customers can access the offer every six days, but there are a limited amount of BOGO tickets each week.

Don’t worry if AT&T isn’t your phone company provider, there are other ways to get tickets at a reduced price:

  • Go to matinees for discounted tickets. It may not be “movie night,” but think of the money you’ll save and all the seats that will be available. Make a date out of it by seeing a movie first, then having an early dinner afterward.
  • Most theaters offer discounts to students, senior citizens and military officials. If you fall into one of those categories or are treating someone in the group, make sure you take advantage of those discounts.
  • Mine your local theaters for discount days. Some theaters have $6 Tuesdays, for example, which means any movie at any time is only $6.

Whether you get the AT&T Thanks Ticket Twosdays reward or deals another way, go out and enjoy the movies. The real upside? Saving money on tickets means you can get more snacks to munch on without breaking the bank.

[h/t The Penny Hoarder]

 

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