I love going out to the movies—especially because it involves popcorn. (And for the record, I don't share my popcorn, so you'll have to get your own.) Anyway, I've missed seeing many great movies on the big screen, like Interstellar. (I just saw Interstellar at home and it was amazing. And confusing, but mostly amazing.) I wish I had more time to go to the movies, but with two young and active children plus working full-time jobs inside and outside the home, it is not always easy to make that great escape.
This is why I'm really glad to have been asked to work with Visa Checkout and Cineplex—because I had to go to the movies—no excuses.
Visa Checkout is great. It makes online shopping more enjoyable and much more convenient. Basically, Visa Checkout provides a single account sign-in that can be used across all your devices. Visa Checkout gives shoppers a secure way to pay online with Visa's advanced security tools and Zero Liability for consumers in case of fraud.
Just enter a username and a password, and then you can speed through your online shopping with no need to re-enter the card number or address. I'm a fan of anything that makes my online shopping experience easier.
You can sign up here: http://checkout.visa.com. From there, just create a username and a password, enter your payment and shipping information, and go to the movies—with our without the kids!
Using VISA Checkout for me was simple and fast—and going out to the movies was an even more enjoyable experience.
The best part? I'm giving away a $100 VISA gift card so you can enjoy a night out at the movies, too. (This giveaway is for my readers who are Canadian residents over 18-years-old.) Just leave me a comment below telling me why you're excited about using VISA Checkout! I'll pick a winner on April 30th.
Here's a bonus: Cineplex is offering a free movie ticket to anyone who uses VISA Checkout. (This offer is available until May 3rd.)
Disclaimer: I received compensation and the chance to go out to the movies, all expenses paid, thanks to VISA and Cineplex. All opinions and views are my own.