From Hollywood blockbusters, to romantic comedies, to action-packed adventures, there's nothing like a good movie this summer -- and there's no better way to score your tickets than with Fandango. Take advantage of today's deal and pay $6 for one movie ticket (up to a $12 value).
Ordering tickets with Fandango is as easy as 1-2-3. Use their website or mobile app to select your movie. Then, choose when and where you'll see it. You can print your tickets at home, have them held for pickup at the theater, or have them sent to your smartphone for mobile scanning (where available). Fandango sells tickets for 20,000 screens across the country -- so no matter where you are or what you want to see, you're never far from catching your favorite actor or actress in the next big film. With reviews, trailers, and celebrity interviews available as well, Fandango is all about saving you a seat before the silver screen.
• Each voucher is valid for 1 movie ticket up to a maximum value of $12
• Limit 2 vouchers per customer
• Up to 2 vouchers can be combined in 1 transaction to purchase multiple tickets; customers may purchase more than 2 tickets in the same transaction if they buy such additional tickets at their standard price
• Entire value of each voucher must be used in 1 transaction
• Visit www.fandango.com
to view theaters and show times in your area
• Voucher must be redeemed online at www.fandango.com or via the Fandango app on your smartphone
• Not valid toward the purchase of gift cards
• Voucher can apply to Fandango’s convenience fee; however, if movie ticket and convenience fee are more than $12 per ticket, customer is responsible for paying the difference at the time of redemption via credit card, debit card, or Paypal
• Voucher cannot be combined with any other offer and no change will be provided if ticket price is less than $12
• Available for use immediately after purchase
• The amount paid for the voucher does not expire. The remaining promotional value of the voucher above what you paid for it will expire on September 30, 2012