Everyone knows that “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2” is the amazing finale to the Harry Potter movie series. So many fans have been waiting for so long to see this last segment in a movie theater close to home. As we wait with baited breath to find the answer to the question of the year. Will Harry Potter save the world of wizards?
Great news for everyone interested in seeing this dynamic movie! Free tickets, it doesn’t get better than that!
Now that we have your attention it is time to tell how you too can obtain your free Harry Potter movie tickets. Does it sound too good to be true? Not at all, in fact, it is a very simple process to claim your seat in that packed movie house for free!
General Mills along with Kellogg’s decided to advertise a similar promotion. They collaborated with eMovieCash.com to make it possible. So here is the scoop.
If you purchase two boxes of specially marked boxes of cereal from General Mills from any supermarket or grocery store in your neighborhood. The front panel of these boxes has a banner running across then. The banner reads; Free Movie; that is what you were expecting right? Then look for the 16 digit code printed on the inside back panel of the box. Enter the two codes in the spaces provided to receive your free certificate voucher for a free Harry Potter movie ticket.
The General Mills cereal boxes to look for are:
- Cinnamon Toast Crunch
- Reese’s Puffs
- Lucky Charms
- Honey Nut Cheerios
General Mills movie ticket code entry page!
Online codes must be entered by August 11th! The free ticket has a face value of $12.00. Tickets are valid for only 60 days after they are issued! Must be 13 years or older and a U.S. resident within the 50 states and D.C.
As we mentioned earlier there were two ways of obtaining a free ticket. The other option is through the Kellogg’s company. The process is similar in nature. Just purchase five boxes of Pop Tarts. Each box needs to be a different flavor. Hope the kids like these! Look for the Pop Tart boxes with the banner across the top of the box that reads: Pick Our Flavors – Pick Your Rewards! Then look for the 16 digit code printed on the inside back panel of the box. Enter the codes in the Rewards section. You need to register on the Kellogg’s site to enter your five codes in order to receive your free ticket. There are four other prize options other than the movie ticket available too.
The Pop Tart flavors to look for are:
- Blueberry Unfrosted
- Brown Sugar Cinnamon Unfrosted
- Frosted Blueberry
- Frosted Blueberry Muffin
- Frosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon
- Frosted Cherry
- Frosted Chocolate Chip
- Frosted Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
- Frosted Chocolate Fudge
- Frosted Cinnamon Roll
- Frosted Cookies & Creme
- Frosted Raspberry
- Frosted S’Mores
- Frosted Strawberry
- Frosted Wild Grape
- Frosted Wild! Berry
- Hot Fudge Sundae
- Strawberry Milkshake
- Strawberry Unfrosted
- Toasted Apple Strudel
- Vanilla Milkshake
Kellogg’s Reward page for movie ticket entry page!
Limit of one code per flavor. There is a limit of five rewards per person. Ticket codes must be entered by September 29th. The last day to redeem your codes for your ticket is September 30th. Must be 13 years or older and a U.S. resident within the 50 states and D.C.
Doesn’t delay…get your FREE Harry Potter movie ticket today and become mesmerized watching “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2”!
All Winona residents excited about seeing the last Harry Potter movie the closest theater to town is in Grenada located at 1301 Sunset Drive #C at the Plaza Twin Cinema. (662) 226-7575
Copyright 2011 Beverly Mucha / All Rights Reserved
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