To show appreciation for our beloved frontliners who have worked tirelessly during the Covid-19 outbreak in Malaysia, TGV Cinemas is offering all medical and law enforcement frontliners a FREE movie!
In a Facebook post, TGV Cinemas wrote that they just want to say “Thank You” in their own little way and is now inviting all frontliners for a well-deserved break.
The promotion will be valid from 9 to 15 July 2020, and is open to all medical and law enforcement frontliners, including doctors, nurses, military officers and police officers.
Only one (1) redemption is allowed per frontliner throughout the promo period and can only be redeemed at selected locations’ ticker counter.
The promotion will be applicable to Classic halls only and subject to movie and seat availability.
However, do note that TGV Cinemas reserves the right to revise these terms and conditions without prior notice.
How to redeem:
- Bring your work ID to the ticket counter to redeem
- Our staff will record down your contact details
- Proceed to choose your movie & seat!
The promotion will be available at these locations:
- Permaisuri Imperial City Mall Miri
- Sunway Putra
- Sunway Pyramid
- Sunway Velocity
- Vivacity Megamall
- Wangsa Walk
If you’re a frontliner or know someone who is one, let them know about this promotion. They surely deserve a good break!
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