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Disney Movie Rewards: FREE Child Admission to Oz The Great And Powerful with Purchase of 2 Adult Tickets

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Here’s a fun movie offer from Disney Movie Rewards! Through 3/28, they are offering up a FREE Child Movie Admission to Oz The Great And Powerful (in theaters 3/24-3/28) when you buy 2 Adult tickets.

To get in on this offer, sign up or log into to your Disney Movie Rewards account, enter the magic code DISNEYOZ, then click on the banner to get your offer.

If you haven’t joined Disney Movie Rewards yet, I would highly suggest doing so now! This is a great rewards program… especially if you have kiddos that love Disney movies. Basically every time you purchase a Disney DVD or go see a Disney movie at the movie theater you earn points. Once you’ve earned enough points, you can then redeem them for a reward! They have a lot of different rewards available from electronics to toys, DVDs, occasional gift cards, and more!

* If you’re looking for the latest Disney Movie Reward points to enter in your account, be sure to head on over here (and scroll past this post).

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9 Hip Readers Commented

  • Michele says:

    It looks like you have to be a Regal Crown Club member. Bummer… none of those in my area.

  • T says:

    Can this be used with the free movie cash? I have a few from redeeming my points a few months ago..Could I use them to get the 2 adult tickets and still get this offer of free childs ticket, does anyone know if this will be allowed?

  • Em says:

    My kids are SO PUMPED about this movie. I’m sure we’ll get loads of glares when we go into the theater because they’re so young, but they always sit still like good little adults. Unlike the actual adults who text and talk and generally irritate me! When did it become ok to do this stuff?!? It’s such common practice now to text thru the movie or make comments to your friends. Rude.

    • Sally says:

      You should check out common sense media for the age reviews this movie. My husband and I went to see it first since my 6 year old wanted to see it. It is pretty dark at times and there are certainly some scary moments for kids. There was a boy next to me about 8 years old and he was hiding his head and covering his ears at times. Just a heads up.

  • karen says:

    Has anyone seen this yet? Is it scary for kids? I’m debating whether to take my kids (6 and a tender 9). I always thought the monkeys in the original Wizard of Oz were so creepy (although I love the rest of the movie)!

    • Bobbi says:

      We took our three daughters (age 4 and 9-year old twins) to see it on opening weekend. The flying monkeys/baboons are way scarier this time. The wicked witch is pretty scary too. There are definitely some potentially frightening parts. That being said, my 4-year old just leaned up against me a few times, and she loved the movie. She sat through the whole 2.5 hours without getting up at all. The nine year olds liked the movie as well, and they were fine with the scary parts.

  • sarah says:

    I took my 8-year old this weekend and she loved it, but it was definitely scary. There were some very intense scenes and she got nervous a couple of times and said “it was the scariest thing she ever saw, but in a good way”. :) One bonus, was that we used my Hollywood Movie Cash to buy both tickets and when the movie started it was in 3-D by mistake. My daughter did NOT want 3-D (too scary) and they couldn’t change it so we waited for the next screening and they gave us four free passes. Score!

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