The Google Pay app rotates neat promotions all the time, and today, a new offer is getting started. Google Pay users can now get a second movie ticket for free with an offer from Regal Cinemas.

Starting today through the end of the year, an offer in the Google Pay app will essentially give a buy-one-get-one-free offer for movie tickets at Regal Cinemas. The tickets must be purchased using a code obtained from the Google Pay app. The code can be redeemed at any time and used on the Regal Cinemas website, or even at the theater with any form of payment, but must be used before December 31.

Once redeemed, the code gives you a second ticket for the same showing at the same time. You can only get up to one free ticket, though, and a booking fee will be added on for the additional ticket too.

Starting today, new and existing Google Pay users can activate an offer in their app that will give them an offer code for a free ticket at Regal when checking out on Regal’s website, app, self-service kiosk, or even box office. The free ticket is applied to the same show at the same time, and once activated, can be redeemed anytime before the end of the year. 

To get the code, open and/or sign up for the new Google Pay app and go to the “Explore” tab. In the “Google Pay favorites” section, an offer from Regal Cinemas should appear. From there, simply tap “Get Code” to obtain the coupon code, which can be used on any movie.

Along with this offer, Google Pay is also currently advertising a promotion with Dunkin Donuts that offers up to 35% cashback when buying with a linked card – Just in time to enjoy those wonderful Apple Cider donuts.

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