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Both the hubby and I have been previously married, divorced and have kids from those marriages. Thankfully, we have been lucky enough to coordinate our schedules with our ex’s making it so we have both the kids on the same weekends. This arrangement makes it special for both Lil Miss and Lil C. Every other weekend we can do things as a WHOLE family of five. During the winter, though, it can be a little hard finding things to do as a family that everyone will enjoy. One of our favorite family activities is having a movie night! Tyson® Foods and Redbox® have teamed up to bring you a Free Movie Night at Walmart!
How does the Free Movie Night work?
1. Purchase any 2 of the Jimmy Dean®, State Fair®, or Tyson products from your local Walmart Supercenters and Walmart Neighborhood Markets.
2. Take a photo of your Walmart receipt and upload it at TysonFreeMovieNight.com.
3. Receive two promotional codes – Each code is valid for a FREE 1-night DVD rental from Redbox.*
*1 promotional code per transaction. Payment card required. Charges apply for additional days. Can’t be combined with other offers. Subject to additional terms. Void where prohibited.
So how do we celebrate our family movie nights? We start off by having a fun dinner. This week we’re doing finger foods – including State Fair Classic Mini Corn Dogs and Tyson Chicken Nuggets. Then we spend 30 minutes “discussing” what movie to watch. Sometimes trying to find a movie that will entertain a 2 year old, 10 year old 15 year old and two adults can be a little difficult. After our movie has been chosen, the kids grab their pillow and blankets and we move the coffee table out of the way. Even though most movies do not seem to catch Peanut’s attention, she makes sure she’s right there with them curled up watching the TV.
How does your family celebrate movie night? Don’t forget to take advantage of the Free Movie night deal! Which movie will you get from a Redbox kiosk?