Saturday, October 24, 2009

(NOW OVER) General Mills e-movie cash promo & GIVEAWAY!!!

Update: This Giveaway is now closed...to earn your own FREE e-movie tickets, see information below
Next time you go to the grocery store for cereal, be sure to look for the specially marked packages of select General Mills cereal which can earn you a Free movie ticket for every two codes you get (one found in each box). It's easy after you have your codes just enter them [HERE] and you choose whether you want to print your certificate right then and there OR have them e-mail you the certificate.

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General Mills has sent me 4 FREE e-movie cash certificates along with a coupon for a FREE box of General Mills cereal through My Blog Spark. I was so excited when I was contacted by them about this promotion, I love going to the movies, and now I'll be able to earn a free ticket simply by purchasing cereal which I already do anyway. General Mills and My Blog Spark have graciously offered to provide a Second FREE "Movie Moment" package to one lucky Queen of Saving Green reader! The winner of this giveaway will receive 4 e-movie cash certificates (up to $12 each) and 1 coupon for a Free box of General Mills cereal (up to $6) just like mine pictured below. (I voided the barcode on the picture to protect from copying)

Each person is allowed to enter this giveaway up to 3 times, Here's how:


1. Leave me a comment about your most memorable movie moment, or what was the first movie you took your child to see?

2. Follow my blog and leave me a SECOND comment. If you are already following my blog, leave a comment saying you do so.

3. Subscribe to my blog by email (upper right section of my blog) ***must confirm subscription. After confirmation, Leave a THIRD comment saying you are subscribed.


Be sure to leave your email listed in each comment you submit, so I will be able to contact you.


Giveaway will close on Friday Oct 30th 2009 @ 4 p.m. CA time and winner will be announced on Saturday Oct 31st 2009!
Winner will have 48 hours to reply with their shipping information or another winner will be chosen.


Thanks and GOOD LUCK!!!


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51 comments:

Mami2jcn said...

My favorite movie moment is when Celie is reunited with her sister at the end of "The Color Purple".

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Christine said...

One of my movie memories was of going to see Beauty and the Beast while pregnant with my oldest.

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Steph said...

I remember bawling my eyes out when my dad took me to see My Girl.

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slangdon said...

The first movie I took my daughter to at the movie theaters was Barney's Great Adventure. She loved it. She loved it so much we took her two more times and bought the DVD. She is now thirteen and still loves the movies but not Barney. We try to go at least once a week to the theaters.

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I am a blog follower of your blog.

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I am an email subscriber too.

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Lori said...

The first movie I ever saw in theaters was Oliver and Company with my mom and uncle. Very fun!
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Johnny said...

My most memorable moment was the first movie I saw in theatres...Jurassic Park I went with my aunt and cousins!

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Jay said...

Watching Titanic with my crush and thinking it would never work outand now he is my husband!!
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Dolphin Girl said...

When I was 4 my Mom took me to see E. T. I cried most of the movie I thought it was so sad. I have not watched that movie again since! :)

cpullum said...

I would say Hanha Montana the Movie. My daughter and I went to a special premiere of the movie at El Capitan in Hollywood and they learned the dance and everything there it was awsome!!!
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yes_zam said...

i am a follower now!!

yes_zam said...

oh yea and i dont have a kid, but it was funny taking x to go see madagascar...he was stuck on it and laughed so hard...priceless

Juju said...

Taking my daughter to see her first movie on the big screen, Finding Nemo, was amazing. We had a blast!

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Juju said...

I am also a blog follower. Thanks!!

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Juju said...

I also am a email subscriber. Thanks for this great opportunity!

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Amanda said...

The first movie I took my oldest sons to see was Madagascar.

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I am a new e-mail subscriber.

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I am a new follower.

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Anonymous said...

I remember first seeing Free Willy! scg00387 at yahoo dot com

YoungSaver said...

My most memorable movie moment was going to see my first PG-13 movie with my mom - I remember feeling so grown up and we really bonded (it was Music of the Heart, and there were definitely some tears). Thanks for the giveaway!

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I subscsribe. Thanks!

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I'm a follower. Thanks!

The Bookworm said...

My favorite movie memory was watching the Pride & Prejudice marathon with my mom for my 16th birthday. :)

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I'm a follower!

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I'm a subscriber. Thank you!

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Connie said...

I will never forget seeing the Sound of Music as a kid. The surprise and joy I felt when the nuns had disabled the car.

Star said...

The first movie I took my oldest child to see was The Big Piglet Movie! It was fun!

Pat said...

The first movie I took my daughter to see was 101 Dalmatians.
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Toto said...

Taking my young niece to see her first theatre movie, Enchanted, was very cool.

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Toto said...

I am now a blog follower too...

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Also, I am now an email subscriber. Thank you!!

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Lizzie said...

"The Sound of Music" is my favorite movie. I've watched it hundreds of times!

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Amy @ Puppy Tufts said...

The first movie I remember seeing with my mom was Annie. What a wonderful memory.

MKB said...

The first movie I took my kids to see was CARS! Kbroderi@msn.com

CC said...

My son's 1st movie was Cars and he was so scared of the Tractor Tipping Scene that we had to leave the theater for a few minutes!

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christina said...

My favorite movie moment was going to see the midnight showing of The Return of the King!


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I follow your blog. :)

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linda said...

the first movie me and the kids went to was lion king

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i subscribed!

Young in TX said...

Most memorable movie moment...seeing my first Rated R movie "Fog" it was so scary then! lol.

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pontowd said...

My first movie was to see Toy Story with my oldest. He kept saying zoom zoom when he saw Buzz. He was 2. So Cute.


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One Cryptic Mama said...

my most memorable movie event was going to see Star Wars 1 (when he becomes Darth Vader). The lava river scene was horrible b/c it was middle of summer, and the air was not working in the theater!
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Lisa said...

I remember the first movie I went to see in the theater when I was little. It was E.T.

Becky said...

When my parents brought my little brother along to his first movie... Aladdin. He was fine until the genie popped out. He screamed and missed the rest of the movie
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