BOGO on The Dark Knight (or any other film you'd prefer to see...if there is one)

By Paul Michael on 15 July 2008 (Updated 18 August 2011) 7 comments
Photo: John Griffith

Quick, simple deal for all you movie fans out there (which is most of you I presume). FANDANGO is once again doing a BOGO offer on movie tickets, which means you can get a free ticket to a certain upcoming movie featuring that bat fella. It's a small, independet film with no real budget for advertising, you may want to check it out.

So all joking aside, I want to see The Dark Knight. I'm no fan of standing in line though, so I'll probably see it a few weeks after the initial release (but on IMAX for the best viewing experience for my money). I will, of course, be seeing it with a friend and we'll basically be paying half price thanks to FANDANGO .

Dark Knight

The deal: All you have to do is add a minimum of two tickets to your cart and then pay using your Discover Card. The cost of one ticket will automatically be deducted from your cart. Fandango ran the same promotion last year and it worked great. But get your skates on, the deal ends 8/31/08. Thanks to The Bargainist for pointing this one out. 

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Xin Lu's picture
Xin Lu

oh lame.  I don't have a Discover card.  They keep on spamming me with their applications, and then finally I gave in and applied for one and they rejected me.  How lame is that? 

Paul Michael's picture

ask someone with a Discover Card to get them for you, and give them the cash?

Guest's picture

I am going to see The Dark Night in about 10 hours. I found a great way to save on movie tickets. Either go on tuesday 'tightass tuesday' and save about $5/head or we get discount coupons in the mail for the movies which we use and we agian save about $5/head. This means I can go to the movies more often

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asithi

for viewing 2 weeks after the opening. You can use it at anytime of the day.

Fred Lee's picture

Thanks for the hot tip. I can't remember the last time I went to the movies... actually, it was last week, to go see Wall-E with our kids, which BTW I loved. Can't say I'll be seeing Dark Knight any time soon, though I'm hearing all the accolades of Ledger's standout performance.

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Cam

I called Fandango, because I couldn't get this to work for me. Apparently this was limited in the amount of BOGO tx they would give out and they met their quota already. Oh, well!

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Catherine

We did as instructed to see The Dark Knight and were charged the entire price of both matinee tickets and the $2.00 convenience charge for a total of $18.00. With a recent layoff we wouldn't have gone if we'd known we'd have to pay for both tickets. "Good through 8/31" and "limited number" are different things - just wanting to vent.