DirecTV $10 Movie Bucks - Must I Buy Another Movie?

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  1. mika911

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    In March, I did the Rent 4 Movies on DirecTV, get $10 back in a certificate to mail in.

    The certificate finally arrived, however it talks like I need to watch ANOTHER movie to redeem it? Or can I put down one of the movies from March?

    If I have to watch another movie, that will be 5 total for a measly $10.

    I'd prefer not to watch another movie, so I'd appreciate if anyone has any knowledge on this?

    If I need to rent another movie, now in June, and write that one down on the certificate? It's very vague.

    If I do need another one, I think I will get a $3.99 SD one and not even watch it. ha.
    Thanks!
     
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  2. coolman302003

    coolman302003 2014 NBA CHAMPIONS!

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    Keep in mind that library titles are not eligible for the Movie Money. [stated in the fine print] I think a $3.99 priced would be considered a library (older) movie... You could purchase a new release in SD though if you wanted.

    Did you order any library titles before? If so, that may be why it is stated as such in the certificate.
     
  3. mika911

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    Thanks. I'm still trying to figure this one out.

    Did anyone else participate in the March Watch 4 Movies get the $10?

    Now that I received the $10 certificate, do I have to buy ANOTHER movie to redeem it?

    Thank you!!
     
  4. coolman302003

    coolman302003 2014 NBA CHAMPIONS!

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    The $10 will be received in the form of a bill credit. Are you referring to the new June offer of "Order 4 D* Cinema Movies get $10 back"? Which is only valid through 6/30 (Monday). I am not 100% sure what your asking??

    DirecTV Movie Money offer June.PNG
     
  5. mika911

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    Awesome Coolman302003 . I REALLY appreciate your help. Sorry for all the questions, I am just very confused.

    The promotion I completed was in March, to watch 4 movies, and I would be sent the $10 certificate for a bill credit.

    I received the certificate in early June, but it wants me to write down a movie on the certificate and a date for it. Therefore, I do not know if I need to buy ANOTHER movie? I thought the 4 I bought in March is all I needed to do?

    But it seems like buying the 4 movies only got me a certificate that makes me buy a fifth movie to finally get the $10 credit?

    Unless I can write down one of the movies from March with the date on it from March?

    I think the promotion is rather ambiguous. Appreciate your time.
     
  6. coolman302003

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    All you should be required to do is write down the 4 movies you ordered in March with the correct dates for each, I'm going to assume that all 4 you purchased were qualifying movies? [all New Releases usually priced $4.99 and up (for SD) and $5.99 and up (for HD/1080p) ] If any of the 4 you ordered in March are older library titles you may not qualify for the $10 back.

    You do of course need to mail the certificate back to the address provided on the certificate after you fill it out.

    Hope this helps. :)
     
  7. p4594spa

    p4594spa Mentor

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  8. coolman302003

    coolman302003 2014 NBA CHAMPIONS!

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    Your probably referring to a DirecTV Movie Money certificate which is for a credit up to $5.99 (excluding tax), that is different terms then the specific offer the TS is completing. What you are referring to is usually only for a single purchase and library titles are eligible for that offer (since there under $5.99).


    BTW, if you use Viggle you can acquire these by redeeming 9000 points per certificate.
     

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