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Free 'Godzilla' movie ticket and burger savings from Red Robin

"Godzilla" ready to hit theaters with a burger deal from Red Robin.
"Godzilla" ready to hit theaters with a burger deal from Red Robin.
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When "Godzilla" hits theaters on May 16, Red Robin wants you destroy your hunger and enjoy movie and a burger in the month of May. The restaurant, famous for delicious burgers, is offering two ways to save. The first offer is for everyone to enjoy, and the second offer is for members of the Red Robin Loyalty program. The program is free to join.

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If you are a fan of the classic monster versus man style movie, this one is for you. The movie is not yet rated, and stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen, among others. The story line includes the world-famous monster who threatens humanity’s existence and scientific arrogance.

Before you head out to the movie theater, stop by the Red Robin special offer on their website. Buy a $25 specialty "Godzilla" imprinted Red Robin gift card and get a free ticket to the movie. After you purchase the gift card, go back to the website and enter your gift card number for a chance to win even more. First, enter your name, email and number on the gift card to claim your free movie ticket code to see "Godzilla". Then, enter for a chance to win five luxurious nights for two in Honolulu, where they filmed the movie.

Members of the Red Robin Loyalty program will receive additional savings. Get money off of a burger when you see the new “Godzilla” movie. Bring your ticket stub into a local Red Robin restaurant, and receive $3 off of a burger. The offer is good from Monday, May 19 through Thursday, May 22. If you are not a Red Robin Loyalty Member, sign up at their website now so you can enjoy upcoming savings.

Enjoy both offers, and a chance to win the grand prize trip to Hawaii. Everyone has an opportunity to save with a night out in May.

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