Mail In Rebate Offer: Free Movie Ticket When You Buy 2 SpeedStick Products


This offer is back again this year!  Buy two or more select SpeedStick products and get a complimentary movie ticket.

After the complaints they received last year about refusing rebates with coupons, they have specified no coupons on the new rebate.  The selected SpeedStick products must be bought on the same receipt and purchased between May 1 and July 31.

The rebate offer includes

  • Lady Speed Stick
  • Men’s Speed Stick
  • Speed Stick Gear

There are select sizes (looks like all except the trial/travel sizes) and if you buy more than two, you still only get one movie ticket.

Rebate forms are starting to pop up in Walmart and Rexall but they were found in other stores last year too.

16 responses to “Mail In Rebate Offer: Free Movie Ticket When You Buy 2 SpeedStick Products”

  1. saver says:

    Thanks! Any usage restrictions on these tickets that anyone is aware of?

    • FallenPixels says:

      The one I got last year was a Cineplex Admit One voucher – not valid for performances that say “no passes” depending on the theatre (some will take them as cash, some see them as promos)

      • Abby1 says:

        Just went through this recently:

        Cineplex Admit Ones (I received the same one in the mail from this promo last year that I would normally buy at the CAA) can be used for movies marked “No Passes” (the “No Passes” usually applies for major film releases–e.g., Captain America: Winter Solider–and lasts for around the first two weeks of the film’s opening). What you cannot use for “No Passes” is other certain free admission coupons (e.g., the General Mills cereal coupon code).

        From the Cineplex website:
        What does “No Passes” mean?
        Certain films are placed under a pass restriction for a period of time, to be determined by the distributor, and certain vouchers will not be accepted for admission. Please be assured that Cineplex Entertainment’ gift certificates, Courtesy tickets, Cineplex Night Out Coupons, and Admit One coupons will be accepted at all times, even for those films with a “NO PASSES” restriction. Certificates that are not available for films with the “No Passes” restriction will state this in the terms and conditions on the certificate itself.

        Cineplex FAQ is here:

        If some movie theatres aren’t honouring Admit Ones for a movie marked “No Passes,” then that’s not right! Admit Ones and Night Outs are offered for purchase at the CAA and Costco & should be viewed as payment.

        • FallenPixels says:

          Abby, I have printed that for my local one because they always say it is included in no passes, but I would hate for someone else to go to Cineplex and then have to pay

  2. madryn_m says:

    I don’t see how they can know if you used a coupon for this specific product if you buy multiple items on one receipt. Most stores just list each coupon as the dollar amount, not the item it was used on. So unless you use a coupon for every item you buy, they can’t prove you used a coupon on the item the rebate is for.

    • Abby1 says:

      Exactly, and stores like Target have all the coupons listed on the bottom of the receipt.

      What’s happened to me before though:
      I’ve bought an item I was using the MIR for, didn’t use a coupon for it, but used coupons on other items I bought in the same transition. THEN got rejected for using coupons, even though I didn’t use a coupon for the MIR item. But they couldn’t prove that, obviously. So for certain MIRs, I’ll buy the item in a separate transaction now. Especially for this one since last year it was all over the place for most people. If I’m buying the deodorant, and for a good price, anyway; I don’t want to risk not getting the movie ticket.

    • FallenPixels says:

      Last year some people who used coupons for other items (like a $5 coupon that does not exist for speedstick) got them returned

      • Abby1 says:

        Exactly. It was crazy last year. I remember reading the stories & learned from them just to do a separate transaction for just the Speed Sticks

  3. Abby1 says:

    Yesss! This was one of my favourite promos last year; so happy that it’s returning! Thanks so much for posting; I’ll be looking for the form now

  4. tj says:

    Buy them on a seperate receipt even if you are using cpns for some other product and not for the speedsticks, as they will use it as an excuse to not give you any tkts..they will just assume wrongly that you used cpns for the deos.

    Is there a limit of how many tkts you can get per household ? If I buy 10 deos on 5 diff receipts and mail them seperatley , will I get 5 movie tkts ?

  5. mcminsen says:

    I did this promotion last year with no problem. I did not use any coupons and only had the two deodorant sticks on the receipt. I did buy them on sale at SDM and that didn’t seem to be an issue.

  6. Kimmer says:

    Where do I find these form to mail it away?


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