Free Movie Ticket

Two Free AMC Movie Tickets

I'm guessing this was real, since they pulled the signup form after we Hiffed it. If you signed up, I'd keep an eye out for the freebies.

Coke and Snapchat have teamed up to potentially give away two free AMC movie tickets. We're not sure when, but you should receive 2 free etickets in your email by 7/30/18. However, the confirmation page seems a little broken and the confirmation email makes this sound like a sweepstakes, so who knows. At the very least, it's worth giving them your freebie email address in the off chance that you'll get a free movie trip down the road!

Free Movie Ticket

Free Movie Ticket from Marlboro

Marlboro is giving away a free movie ticket by logging in and clicking the giant “Wilds for Winter” image that appears on the homepage. I'm certainly not “wilds” for any season where I have to close the blinds and turn on lights at 3:45pm, but I guess a free movie ticket is a decent consolation prize since I'm already in the dark for 90% of winter.

If this is run like Marlboro's previous free movie ticket offers, you'll get an emailed code that can be redeemed on Fandango. Last year the code was worth up to $13.

Free Sling TV

Free Sling TV Access

For this weekend only, February 11 & 12, you can get free access to Sling TV with no credit card required! This will let you watch the mid-season premier of The Walking Dead on Sunday, along with anything on 30+ channels, from ESPN to CNN to HGTV.

The free preview starts at 9am ET on Saturday, Feb. 11, and ends at 3am ET on Feb. 13. To take part, head to Sling's free preview page and create an account / login.

This freebie was previously offered last November. Any Hiffers partake in it then? If so, how'd you like it?!

Free Diplomatic History Videos

Free Diplomatic History Videos

The U.S. State Department and Government Archives is giving away free Diplomatic History videos and that sound you just heard was me screaming in excitement. Folks, I'm a history and international relations nerd, there's just no way to hide it. I'm on vacation and what am I reading for pleasure? The Guns of August, a 550 page tome about the events leading up to and the first month of World War I. You know, just a little light reading about death and destruction.

In fact, it's the type of books I read to my siblings for bedtime stories. I'm starting to understand why they have so many nightmares now…