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[General Mills] Cineplex Free Movie Offer 2017/2018

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Is the December (free popcorn or drink offer) for all days of the week or just Sunday to Thursday like the free admission (for November)?
Just trying to decide which day I am going to pull my boys out of school and take the day off work to go see The Last Jedi and don't have the boxes in front of me ATM.
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So this time around, there are no distinction between free child and free adult, like there was in the past where the Honey Nut Cheerios only offered free child admissions?

I don't my wife the commit any blunder because I gave a partial instruction. :)
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alanbrenton wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 10:42 am
So this time around, there are no distinction between free child and free adult, like there was in the past where the Honey Nut Cheerios only offered free child admissions?

I don't my wife the commit any blunder because I gave a partial instruction. :)
I think all the Cheerios are adult tickets and the Lucky Charms and CT Crunch are kids tickets. It's indicated on the back of box, but it's not that obvious so you have to look for it.
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Willing to trade multiple Virgin BOGO's for a free movie pass :D
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badOne wrote:
Nov 7th, 2017 12:24 pm
You had doubts Cineplex would help you? The whole purpose of this is to get you to upgrade to 3d or imax and most people will do that. It isn't a loss for Cineplex at all. They're more than happy to help you.
Yes. Lots of people hate 3D, including me. So they will go for the general admission.
If I buy something that is not in deep discounted, my father will punish me; everyone will laugh at me. I will be the strange kid who doesn't fit in.
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Has anyone seen smaller cereal boxes with movie passes? I am not the biggest of cereal, and I don't want to buy a family box of cereal just for a pass and waste the cereal. I don't think I have the option to donate the bag of cereal if I take it out of the box. The expiry date is also found on the box and not on the bag of cereal.
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svattom wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 12:46 pm
I think all the Cheerios are adult tickets and the Lucky Charms and CT Crunch are kids tickets. It's indicated on the back of box, but it's not that obvious so you have to look for it.
I discovered it was on the back of the box after hunting for these cereal boxes all month with the Cineplex codes. Already bought a total of 7 boxes and I'm sure the number will definitely increase until this promotion is over. LOL
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Forgot i had to head to Longos today because tomorrow might be messy with the forecasted snow.

Wow closed at 10. Will just drive there tomorrow or Friday. Didn't know pricing is good through Nov 16.
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SpecBMan wrote:
Nov 7th, 2017 6:04 pm
I bought 2 boxes, both had codes but only codes from one of the two boxes worked :(
Ended up costing me price of a movie ticket plug 10 dollars in cereal to go see a movie with my wife, really sucks to end up paying full price to go to see the movie and end up with Free Cereal that I don't even want.
could have been resolved in 5-15 mins with their rep.
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alanbrenton wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 10:42 am
So this time around, there are no distinction between free child and free adult, like there was in the past where the Honey Nut Cheerios only offered free child admissions?

I don't my wife the commit any blunder because I gave a partial instruction. :)
I am pretty sure last year Honey nut cheerios were adult. And this year the Honey nut cheerios (again) have adult admissions- not too sure about the other variety.
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wolfpack27616 wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 11:13 pm
I am pretty sure last year Honey nut cheerios were adult. And this year the Honey nut cheerios (again) have adult admissions- not too sure about the other variety.
I'll be the one buying so there will be no one to blame but me if I get boxes with child tickets. I asked her to buy some but she took a different route and had some good explanations as to why she couldn't get around it.
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This year, the regular Cheerios comes with child admissions while the Honey Nut and Multigrain came with general admissions.

The type will be indicated within the November polygon.

Picked up six boxes to watch Thor and Justice League.
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svattom wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 12:46 pm
I think all the Cheerios are adult tickets and the Lucky Charms and CT Crunch are kids tickets. It's indicated on the back of box, but it's not that obvious so you have to look for it.
Regular Cheerios has a CHILD ticket. Its not mentioned on the front, but on the back it states it.
edit:...oops, took too long to hit "post" and fellow above mentioned it =)
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harry wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 10:41 am
Regular Cheerios has a CHILD ticket. Its not mentioned on the front, but on the back it states it.
edit:...oops, took too long to hit "post" and fellow above mentioned it =)
It's sneaky they do that.
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alanbrenton wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 8:39 pm
This year, the regular Cheerios comes with child admissions while the Honey Nut and Multigrain came with general admissions.

The type will be indicated within the November polygon.

Picked up six boxes to watch Thor and Justice League.
Good to know.

How big are the boxes ? I mean gms wise ? Are they still on sale at $ 5 at some places.

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