Screen Shot 2016-04-21 at 9.52.34 am
Love a good movie? Feeling hungry? Well, from the 1st of May you can combine the two with a new promotion which will let you use codes from any 3 specially marked packs of Kelloggs products, to redeem HD movies from Google Play Movies.

The offer isn’t live just yet, with Kelloggs boxes advertising that the promotion will run from the 1st of May until the 31st of October. To grab your codes, simply purchase specially marked packs of Kelloggs products and look for the unique code printed on the inside of the box.

The offer will run in both Australia and New Zealand, and as you can expect, you will need a Google Play account to claim your movies. Once you have your codes you can redeem them at familymovienight.com.au or familymovienight.co.nz if you’re in New Zealand.

There’s 30 Digital HD movies on offer, with titles including family friendly titles such as Rio, Madagascar, Mrs Doubtfire, Chronicles of Narnia, and Epic, as well as more ‘mature’ movies such as Wall Street, Date Night, Dodgeball and The Devil Wears Prada.

Woolworths currently has boxes of Kelloggs Nutrigrain and LCM bars for $1.99 (half the normal price), meaning you’ll get a movie in HD for just $5.97. Not a bad price, so maybe you should stock up.

The promo kicks off on the 1st of May, so start storing your codes now and get ready to redeem some movies.

Source: Kelloggs.
    5 Comments
    newest
    oldest most voted
    Inline Feedbacks
    View all comments
    Bipolar Bear
    Bipolar Bear
    4 years ago

    Here’s one if someone wants it. F709777837

    Darren Ferguson
    Darren Ferguson
    4 years ago

    So you need to redeem multiple codes for one movie?

    Graham
    Graham
    Reply to  Darren Ferguson
    4 years ago

    Yes. 3 as it says in the article.

    Darren Ferguson
    Darren Ferguson
    Reply to  Graham
    4 years ago

    I can’t read. I’ve read the article twice yesterday and again today and I still can’t see that anywhere :/

    Daniel Tyson
    Reply to  Darren Ferguson
    4 years ago

    It’s not, but it is in the title picture. I`ll update it to clarify.