Empire Theatres ‘Give & Get’ Program

Are you done your holiday shopping yet? I wish I was. I always struggle on deciding what to buy everyone. I want to be able to get the people in my life something that they want (or need), but it has to be something that I can afford too. Gift cards are always welcome and in fact, they are my gift of choice because it allows the recipient to pick out exactly what they want.  My daughter, Olivia, is 12 years old and is hard to buy for more so than her younger sister who is 6 years old. Olivia is past the toy stage, but still not in the full blown teen phase yet either. For her, I want to buy her a mix of gift cards and gifts she can unwrap (because that’s always so much fun!).

One gift idea I recently learned about and liked was the Empire Theatres “Give & Get” Program. Every time you buy $30 in Empire Theatre Gift Cards, you receive $30 in Empire Theatre coupons for free! You can add those coupons as an extra bonus to your gift- lovin’ it! This program runs for a limited time only and ends on December 24, 2010. You can purchase the Gift Cards at Empire Theatres or online. The coupons can be used in 2011 and are valid per one month period each.  Learn more about the program or to purchase Empire gift cards and find out more about Empire Theatres locations & showtimes, visit them at http://tiny.cc/13sg9

If you have a friend who has a baby, this is a great gift idea for them too with Empire Theatre’s Reel Babies Program. Twice a month, moms and dads can watch a blockbuster hit in a baby friendly environment.  So they can save on the babysitter by bringing the baby along and not have to worry if they cry or make noise. Visit their site for full details!

I am participating in the Empire ‘Give & Get’ program by Mom Central on behalf of Empire Theatres. I received an Empire giftcard and coupon bundle as a thank you for my participation. The opinions on this blog are my own.

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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