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Our birthday comes only once a year and that is the day we expect to enjoy some sort of special treatment whether it is from our friends, family or even from other places that we visit to celebrate our birthday. We all love to be pampered and treated like royalty mah!
Well, did you know that during your birthday month you are entitled to enjoy a grand total of SIX free movie tickets from three different movie theatres? Yes, it’s true!
Besides, even if you already knew, chances are you never really bothered to check it out and actually redeem it.
So, for your next birthday, remember to enjoy those free movies as Tanjong Golden Village (TGV), Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC), and MCAT Box Office (MBO) will give out two FREE movie tickets during your birthday month!
All you have to do is register to be a member in each of these movie theatres’ websites and you are automatically entitled to receive two tickets when your birthday month rolls around.
What’s more, for the awesome TGV, they even give you one free Regular popcorn as they know that no movie is complete without munching on some of that addictive snack!
I mean, who doesn’t like free stuff??
How it works:
- Click here and fill in the relevant details
- Once approved, collect your Movieclub card from selected cinemas
- When you sign up, you are entitled to another two free movie tickets and one Regular popcorn on top of your birthday freebies. They also have many more exciting offers for Movieclub members, so do check it out 😉
- Log on to GSC’s website here and sign up to be their member
- They will send you an email when your birthday month is approaching but if not, you can also print the form here and bring it to the box office counters to redeem your tickets
- Join MBO’s Starclub here
- You’ll receive an ALLSTAR card from any MBO outlet
- Once done, you are entitled to receive two free movie tickets during your birthday month too!
PS: Terms and conditions apply for each chain of cinemas.
Don’t waste another birthday freebie already lah! Don’t say we never jio!
Get ready to enjoy your movie marathon during your birthday month!
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