20 iCoke Pins can take you to the movies

From March 1st – April 18th 2010 every 20 iCoke pins you enter will give you the option of “cashing in” for a movie ticket. This excludes all Nestea pins and you must have 10,000 points in your account in order to redeem for the movie ticket and it’s only available while quantities last.

I’m glad they have this deal back up because it seems like they haven’t had anything good to redeem your points for lately and they never have McDonalds gift cards available for us East Coasters!

You’re allowed to enter 10 pins per week so every 2 weeks you can redeem for a movie ticket. If you don’t drink coke or you don’t drink 10 a week try raiding the recycle box at your work. I raid the one at my work and my boyfriend’s work and usually end up with at least 10 a week.

10 responses to “20 iCoke Pins can take you to the movies”

  1. wimbly11 says:

    Does anyone know what kind of movie gc’s these are? Empire theatres??

  2. azn_nerd16 says:

    I believe the gift certificates are from Cineplex. 😉

  3. lalita1985 says:

    It depends…I know for Ontario they are Cineplex and on the East Coast they are Empire…I have no clue about Western Canada though.

  4. wimbly11 says:

    Ah, no cineplex near me 🙁

  5. wimbly11 says:

    Oh sweet! I’m hoping for Empire!

  6. Buskieboy says:

    Be careful! Unbelievably, along with the usual eligibility exceptions like employees of Coke and their families etc. another group is excluded from participating! If you work for a recycling or waste center you can’t collect iCoke pins/points! I’ve never seen such a thing, but I guess those places are gold mines for unused iCoke pins!


    “In order to be eligible to participate in the Program you must register to be an iCoke member and have an iCoke Coins account. iCoke membership is open to individual legal residents of Canada, except (i) the employees, officers, directors, representatives and agents of Coca-Cola, authorized bottlers or distributors of Coca-Cola products, its and their respective advertising and promotion agencies, or any of the respective affiliates, related entities, successors or assigns;(ii) employees of any reuse or recycling depot; or (iii) persons domiciled with any of the above. The Program is offered to individuals only. Corporations, associations, schools or other groups may not participate in the Program.”

    I wonder if you could fight that in court? Unfair employment discrimination? It seems to me that any unused iCoke bottle/pin should be up for grabs.

  7. UnhappyCokeHead says:

    Boycott Coke! They sold me useless Olympic tickets (tickets canceled) and haven’t responded with what they’ll do about it. Lost points, lost opportunity to view a Canadian get a gold medal!

  8. kerry says:

    Most of the good stuff at icoke is gone.I got gift cards for Mcdonalds and burger king,olympic pins,a polar bear stuffed animal,make-up and a magazine subscription.All free with coke pins.

  9. Mrs. Bonnie Williamson says:

    We wanted our granddaughter to enjoy all the iCoke points that we’ve saved all year, but your prizes are really disappointing ! You know, for the mega-corporation that Coke is world-wide, you should be embarassed ! Last week our church held a Senior Raffle,…….the prizes were better ! MUCH BETTER !!

  10. salary says:

    After I originally commented I clicked the -Notify me when new comments are added- checkbox and now every time a comment is added I get 4 emails with the same comment. Is there any means you’ll be able to take away me from that service? Thanks!


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