Freebies: TGI Fridays Appetizer & Popcorn at AMC Theatres

Here are a few freebies you might want to use to treat the mother in your life, or another special someone! Today’s freebies make way for a whole day of fun–dinner and a movie! Enjoy!

TGI Fridays FREE Appetizer

TGI Fridays is a fun place for the whole family to eat. Did you know that the potato skin appetizer originated at TGI Fridays? All the other restaurants might mimic it, but they had the idea first.

Speaking of appetizers…

Enjoy one free appetizer valued up to $8 with a minimum food purchase of $15. Simply print this coupon and bring it to a participating location until May 18, 2006. Click here to print this coupon.

FREE Small Popcorn at an AMC Theatre

Summertime is on its way, and there are a bunch of great summer blockbuster films that are already starting to come out! Treat your special someone to a movie at an AMC theatre, and receive a FREE small popcorn. Print this coupon and present it at the concession stand. The offer expires June 16, 2006. Click here to print this coupon.

FREE Movies at AMC Theatres

School is almost out, and if you are looking for something fun to do with your kids, why not include a movie once in a while? Especially a FREE movie!

A perfect combination–popcorn and a movie…for FREE! That’s right! All summer, beginning June 21, and continuing throughout August, you can view selected G and PG rated movies for FREE!

AMC Theaters are offering their Summer Movie Camp, featuring free movies on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. throughout the Summer! Tickets will be made available up to a week in advance at all participating AMC theatre locations (125 locations in 40 cities), with doors opening at 9:30 a.m., and movies beginning at 10:30 a.m.

*Note: Movies shown may include some that have already been released on DVD, but the excitement is in the movie theatre experience–seeing them on the big screen can be exhilarating, and fun for the entire family! (Depending on your location, movies may include: “March of the Penguins,” “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” “Madagascar,” “Dreamer,” and others.

Click here for all the details (including which films are being shown in your local area) on AMC’s Summer Movie Camp!

Other Upcoming movies to entice you to get a FREE popcorn:

X-Men 3: The Last Stand

If you are a fan (or even if you’re not!) of comic book-type films I highly recommend the X-Men movies. There truly is something for everyone in these stories—action, drama, romance! This is the third film in the series, and has been highly anticipate. Besides, you get to see the highly talented Hugh Jackman, performer extraordinaire. (He’s even got a few films based on his character “Wolverine” in the works!)


Another highly anticipated film from the multi-talented imaginative minds at Disney-Pixar (“Toy Story,” “A Bug’s Life,” “Monsters Inc.”), this is the story of Lightning McQueen, a cocky race car who must learn to respect others, and in the process learns the meaning of true friendship.

Akeelah and the Bee

This film has been making waves across the nation. Perfect for the whole family, it tells the story of a young African-American girl who dreams of making her way to the National Spelling Bee. In a time when our children are caught up in chat-speak and typing shortcuts, this film encourages the importance of education among students of all races and abilities. It is fun and educational, and the perfect summer family film.

The Lady in the Water

The latest film from M. Night Shyamalan, it is yet another highly anticipated film. Unlike his other popular films (including “The Sixth Sense,” “Unbreakable,” “Signs,” and “The Village”), this one promises to be what Shyamalan calls “a bedtime story.” Sounds intriguing, indeed!


It was bound to happen, but this remake will try its best to pay homage to the original Superman, the late Christopher Reeve. The clever Kevin Spacey co-stars as Lex Luthor.


A remake of the 1970s epic film “The Poseidon Adventure,” this action-packed adventure features Kurt Russell, Emmy Rossum (Christine in the recent film adaptation of “The Phantom of the Opera”), and others, trying to survive a capsized cruise ship. The effects are said to be outstanding, and many of the actors performed their own stunts, most of which took place underwater.

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