Saturday, October 24, 2009

$10 off Tinker Bell & the Lost Treasure Blu-Ray!


Tinker Bell & The Lost Treasure movie will be released this coming Tuesday, October 27th. With the release of this movie, I'm guessing, there will be lots of great in-store promotions, sales, and rebates! To sweeten these further, go on over here and print off this new $10 coupon-- good on the Blu-ray combo pack!

Let us know if you come up with any great deal scenarios!

(Thanks, KCPennyPinchin'Mama!)

38 comments:

Melody said...

I want this!! But I may have problems buying it at Wal-Mart if they are the cheapest (like with Snow White) because I was just informed they DO NOT take any form of internet coupons now, and that is Wal-Mart wide....is that the case for anyone else? Thanks.

Hana said...

According to the website Walmart still takes internet coupons: http://walmartstores.com/7655.aspx

I hope Disney keeps putting these coupons out! We don't have a blue-ray player, but with the combo packs we can watch the DVD's now and have the blue-rays for future use!

Jess said...

i just looked at the walmart coupon policy online and it says that they take internet coupons. they just have to have a clear remit to address and a scanable barcode. go to the walmart corporate website and search coupon policy and print it off and bring it in with you

Anonymous said...

I was told, when I tried to use the Snow White coupon, that it is the store's discretion to take or not take internet coupons. The assistant manager said that they would not take high dollar coupons but that they would accept one that was maybe two or three dollars. I honestly think they make it up as they go along and told them as much. They told me I should try to take the coupon to the next nearest store(30 miles away) and they might take it. They don't seem to care that they are losing money. I haven't been back in since and I ended up buying Snow White from Amazon.

Anonymous said...

I got my snow white on roll back at WalMart for $19.96, & then used the $10 coupon. The cashier had no problem taking it, but because I bought it with my other grocery's my coupon & comp ad savings was over the limit and the CS Manager had to approve my purchase. When she saw the $10 coupon she did not know if it was real, so it took her about 8 minutes to verify that it was real. With Brick coupons a retailer can verify your coupon. Also did you know that Hefty has a $ 5 rebate going on the snow white DVD too. Buy any Hefty plate, cups, or baggies & the DVD Blueray and get $5 rebate. So I am going to get mine for $4.96 yeah!

michelle said...

I bought Snow White at Walmart and used the other $10 coupon with no problem.I hope I can use this one just as smoothly.

Courtney said...

Here is a LeapFrog Tinkerbell Rebate. I believe LeapFrog still have the $3 off coupon on the Tag books as well.http://www.leapfrog.com/etc/medialib/leapfrog/legal.Par.27560.File.dat/LostTreasure_LF_RbtForm.pdf

There is another one for Kernel Seasons and the Tinkerbell DVD. http://www.kernelseasons.com/MovieNight/form.html

Anonymous said...

As far as the WalMart shoppers, SCAN THE CASHIERS! Go to the ones who appear aren't going to care... that is what I try and do (and normally there is ALWAYS one working) And if I have a hard time, I will just say forget it, and give it a try again later.

When I was in Wal-Mart last time, the gal told me they just released a bunch of new coupon procedures, however none of they were about 'high' value coupons. The only big one was the coupon had to have a picture of the item on the coupon. So if the coupon doesn't have a picture and a barcode... WalMart won't take it.

Good luck! Last time, I used three coupons on the snow white DVD at Wal-Mart. Two right in a row!

Anonymous said...

FYI.....the coupon expires 10/31/9 -- so hopefully we'll get a good deal this next week. It does specifically say on the coupon "when you buy Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure on Blu-Ray" so I don't konw if it'll work on only a dvd or combo set (like the Snow WHite one).

Anonymous said...

Thank You for the great coupon. I absolutely LOVE your blog. It has helped me considerably!

Anonymous said...

I use coupon for Snow White even when it was exparied I bought October 18 and coupon exparied October 11. I didn't tell nothing to the cashier so it was no problem and it was in Wal-Mart. I learn right now that exparied coupons scan without beeping only if cashier look at the date can refuse but they look only if coupon beep.

Anonymous said...

I called my local Walmart recently to find out if they take internet coupons and they said yes if they are from smartsource or the veri-fi logo you see on the coupons a lot of the time. Hopefully the new Tinkerbell coupon will work on the combo pack. You are technically buying the blu-ray it just has a DVD with it too.

Anonymous said...

We purchase DVD instead of Blue-ray...I have searched the site, but can not find a printable DVD coupon. This would make a WONDERFUL gift for my daughter. Thanks so much!!!

Sara said...

What i dont understand is the fact that the stores are not the ones that are paying for it when you give them a coupon. Not only do they get the face amount back up also 8 cents. Its just rediculous that they are so rude about it!

Anonymous said...

I couldn't find the Tincker Bell coupon eitehr at first. Then I found out that after you click the $10 US coupon just wait till coupon show up to print out.(don't go to Disney site)

Anonymous said...

I think that it is all about being armed with the stores coupon policy. These are online, on many sites or you can even email the store and ask for their coupon policy. If you have that in hand and it says they take certain coupons, they can't refuse them as these policies come from corporate. If you are prepared and know the stores coupon policies, you shouldn't have any problems.

Rachel said...

I just used internet coupons at Walmart a couple of hours ago. No problems at all... I must just live in a good area (Northern Indiana). I have never had any problems with Internet printed coupons. Today I used two Leapfrog tag book coupons ($3 off). The Madagascar book was priced at $7, so I bought 2...with the coupon $4 per book. When she rang it up the book came up at 13.97. I didn't notice until after I paid, but I went straight to customer service, told her that the it was priced at $7 so she just changed both of them and gave me my money back...no questions asked. She didn't even check to see if I was telling the truth, which I was. I always have nice cashiers or teenagers who really don't care.

Anonymous said...

Melody, next time you go to Walmart, make sure you have the number to customer service programmed in your cell phone along with a printed copy of their coupon policy. If they won't budge when you pull out the policy, then pull out your phone and call customer service right there in line. :)

Rachael said...

Looks like toys r us may have this for $21.99 and then you get a free photo album with purchase! Pretty good deal if you end up spending only $11.99!

Anonymous said...

If you look at the image, it says Blu-ray combo pack and includes the DVD.

coupondiva said...

I read the Kroger's ad and Tinker Bell movie will be available on the 27th for 19.99 plus $3.00 off $35 or more purchase. So, it will be like getting the move for $6.99! My daughter will be loving this and my husband on the price. I am knew as blogging...

Anonymous said...

For only a $5 deposit towards a reservation, Movie Stop WILL be the lowest priced. Forget unethical Wal-Mart. Why support a company that has no regard for morals, much less ethics. Who do you think paid for them coming to your area when the store was built, even if it was relocated to a larger facility? Movie Stop, as I understand it, is in the southeastern U.S., and is based out of Georgia.

Anonymous said...

Walmart tortures kids in the storage area of all there stores.

Anonymous said...

Oh, come on. Let's not be gossips. If you are going to make such outlandish charges against Wal-Mart, or any store, please make them armed with evidence (the truth).

Anonymous said...

Just an FYI in order to get the free TinkerBell photo album at Toys R Us you have to reserve the video. I actually just did that today for $5. Then Tues you go in with your receipt and the card and they give you the album and you pay the remainer on the video plus that is when you use your $10 off coupon.

Anonymous said...

The Disney ad DOES say "blu-ray combo", but the coupons only says "blu-ray", so it IS good on the combo pack.

Anonymous said...

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http://www.peopleofwalmart.com/

Desiree said...

THANK YOU, THANK YOU FOR THIS COUPON!
I love DVD/Blue Ray Coupons! Keep them coming!! Any word on an Ice Age 3 coupon?

For those with Wal-Mart coupon policy problems...... just try another Wal-mart ......from my experience every store has a different policy.(even though corporate policies may say something different) It's really annoying because you plan and take time to coupon shop, to leave with nothing........but you'll just know for next time. I HAVE BEEN THERE!!

THANK YOU HIP2SAVE! (my favorite website)

Anonymous said...

REALLY bummed about the Tinkerbell Leapfrog rebate. I bought my book on 9/26 the last day of the B2G1 sale at TRU, the rebate only takes purchases bought after 10/1.

Dara said...

Toys R Us will be your best bet to buy this movie... they have it on sale for 21.99... walmarts price is 23.88...
just thought i would let you know!

Anonymous said...

Be sure to check WalMart's price - don't go by the price on the shelf. Snow White was $23.97 on the shelf but rang up for $19.97.

Anonymous said...

What is this hate relationship some people have with WalMart? Don't put statements out there unless you can prove them. I keep hearing about the low wages WalMart pays and no health insurance. Most of those people work part time and therefore do not get benefits - I only know of a handful of companies who will pay benefits to part time people. Wages at WalMart are better than some factories around here. My daughter was an assistant manager for them for several years. She started out making a higher wage because she had a college education and her pay increases reflected that also. Education is the key to making a decent wage in ANY phase of business. She only quit to become a stay at home Mom.

eabates said...

Does anyone know if Amazon will do an online deal like they did on the Snow White deal? Prior to the Snow White movie coming out, Amazon did a preorder deal where you entered in the code, "snowhite" and you got $10 off each movie. They have an $8 off code wyb both Snow White and Tinkerbell "TINKSNOW". I printed out my coupons but I'm not sure if my Walmart will accept them. One guy said that he thought they would but he wasn't the head guy. I was hoping to buy online with a $10 code instead of buying through Walmart.

Anonymous said...

Toys R Us has it on sale this week for $21.99 for Blu-ray combo, and $15.99 DVD

Christa said...

Does anyone know exactly what the Blu-Ray combo includes? Thanks!

Rochelle said...

Deal scenario at Toys 'R Us:
Buy 2 Tinker Bell DVD/Blu-Rays ($21.99 each)
Total: $43.98
Get a free Tinker Bell Lantern ($12.99 value) with a $40 Disney Fairy purchase
Use 2 printable $10 coupons
Spend $23.98 for all 3 items!

Anu said...

did anyone find any good deals on this today?

Kat said...

Does anybody have one of these they would be willing to mail me?