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“ Enjoy a Free Movie at the Theater ”

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Well I did a search, and the other eggs on the subject are complete crap. Here are 2 methods which always work for me:

1.) I was waiting for my friends!
Buy a ticket. Fold the part they rip off behind the stub. When you are about to go in, hold the folded ticket up so it looks like just a stub. Tell the guy you were already inside and were waiting for a friend/making a phone call/whatever. Now you have a full ticket. When the movie ends, go up to customer service(or ask for hte manager) with your *COMPLETE* ticket and tell them you bought this for a friend who never showed up. Usually it’s a refund but a few times I received a re-admit pass. If he asks to see your stub, tell him you threw it away.




2.) This movie is garbage!
Most theater policies say that your entitled to a refund if you return the ticket within 1 hour of the movie’s start time. Do a little math, and buy a ticket for a later show than the one you are seeing. Watch the movie you wanted to see. When it’s over take your stub(for the later movie) to the manager/customer service and tell them that what you just witnessed was the worst excuse for cinema you’ve ever seen. If you did hte math right, and your under an hour, they’ll give you a refund.


Neither of these methods have ever failed me. If your local theater isn’t set up to execute either one of these scams, then do a little improvising.
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