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[Costco] Costco Cineplex Child Movie Package $9.99, Great escape 2 adult tickets $25.99

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[OP]
Sr. Member
Dec 14, 2007
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[Costco] Costco Cineplex Child Movie Package $9.99, Great escape 2 adult tickets $25.99

Child Movie Package
Reg $11.99
Sale $9.99

Adult Movie Package 2 Tickets
Reg $29.99
Sale $25.99

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Feb 10, 2007
1331 posts
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Calgary, AB
Those times I wish I kept my Costco receipts on me! Bought one adult and four kids on Xmas eve and am two minutes from the shop!
Member
Nov 13, 2005
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Calgary
Fort McMurray wrote: Those times I wish I kept my Costco receipts on me! Bought one adult and four kids on Xmas eve and am two minutes from the shop!
They can pull up the transaction with your membership. Just see the customer service desk.
[OP]
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Dec 14, 2007
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Fort McMurray wrote: Those times I wish I kept my Costco receipts on me! Bought one adult and four kids on Xmas eve and am two minutes from the shop!
Within 30 days of purchase, never had issue with price adjustment even without receipt. Try your luck.
Jr. Member
Feb 25, 2011
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Calgary
I bought one of each within 30 days and will have a price adjustment. Thanks OP.
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Jun 17, 2013
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Montreal
so they bring up the price, just to discount it...at this price, i'd buy like 5 of these.

when is the sale on until ?
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Dec 14, 2005
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Vancouver
tdotboys wrote: Within 30 days of purchase, never had issue with price adjustment even without receipt. Try your luck.
Thanks! I bought 12 passes on Nov 30th - so I'm in luck!
Jr. Member
Sep 22, 2007
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Good deal. Thanks!!! Haven't seen this price in a long time.
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Nov 26, 2015
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Ontario
Shaggy wrote: Thanks! I bought 12 passes on Nov 30th - so I'm in luck!
30 days is YMMV. When I asked in Burlington/Hamilton locations they said only 14 days on price adjustments. However with 12 it does not hurt to try.

Has anybody ever bought these and return them? I think there is a different return conditions for tickets. Only asking because a buy and return of an item is met with far less hassle then a price adjustment.
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Feb 10, 2007
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Calgary, AB
clamchowder wrote: They can pull up the transaction with your membership. Just see the customer service desk.
tdotboys wrote: Within 30 days of purchase, never had issue with price adjustment even without receipt. Try your luck.
Thanks, I'll give it a shot. Been rejected in Calgary before.
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Jun 27, 2006
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Toronto
why don't U return them without the receipt and buy again? I hate doing price adjustment at Costco.
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Feb 10, 2007
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Calgary, AB
matt4670 wrote: why don't U return them without the receipt and buy again? I hate doing price adjustment at Costco.
Expecting the lines to go out the door like they usually do after Xmas, and wiping out $12 fast. Right now as I am waiting to pay, there is no line so I will give the no receipt idea a shot.
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Jul 21, 2003
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Edmonton
matt4670 wrote: why don't U return them without the receipt and buy again? I hate doing price adjustment at Costco.
I am almost positive they can't process a return on these, but could do a price adjustment... for example, if a person used it already but the clerk didn't take the physical copy of the coupon, etc.
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Jul 10, 2007
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Edmonton
So they jack up the price just for Christmas then goes back to "regular" price after. Some people might say this is normal practice, but I feel this is shady.
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Oct 3, 2012
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Hamilton, Ontario
golfcraze wrote: So they jack up the price just for Christmas then goes back to "regular" price after. Some people might say this is normal practice, but I feel this is shady.
I stopped buying these when they stopped selling them online. I find there is too great of a risk of losing them before using them, so what's the point?
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Feb 19, 2014
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Langley
Oh man, I just went on a date with the wife to the movies and I haven't been in over two years at least.

Holy crap is the popcorn expensive. $30 for two pop corn, two drinks, and one small candy. I knew popcorn wasn't cheap and I was prepared to spend $20 max, NOPE. Danggg

How do kids afford this. I was almost in tears paying for the combo... Lol and I make decent money. I don't think I'll be doing the movies again.and if I do, I'm smuggling food in.
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Nov 26, 2015
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Ontario
golfcraze wrote: So they jack up the price just for Christmas then goes back to "regular" price after. Some people might say this is normal practice, but I feel this is shady.
This is false, at least for my area. I have bought 10+ within the last year and a half. At all times it was $29.99 in Burlington, Ontario. I was surprised this item actually went on sale.
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Dec 14, 2005
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Vancouver
Etabol wrote: 30 days is YMMV. When I asked in Burlington/Hamilton locations they said only 14 days on price adjustments. However with 12 it does not hurt to try.

Has anybody ever bought these and return them? I think there is a different return conditions for tickets. Only asking because a buy and return of an item is met with far less hassle then a price adjustment.
They price adjusted me, no questions asked. Saved me almost $30.

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