7 ‘DealFlicks.com’ Reviews
I also filled out a refund claim.
It was only $30.00 but still.
The theaters in my area quit taking DEALBUCKS long before the went out of business.
Did they take the money and run?
You stopped offering Deal Flicks and stated if we had money in our account it would be returned to us. As of this date this has not happened
Had $18 in dealbucks when both theaters in Knoxville,TN elected to no longer accept dealbucks. Tried unsuccessfully to get a refund. Great while it worked but don't get caught holding dealbucks or you'll wind up like I did.
When we first started using Dealflicks in Sahuarita, AZ, it was great so my wife bought $50 for $100. Suddenly, the only theater in town stopped accepting them. We checked for the closest theater. Tucson? Nope.The closest one is in Mesa, over 100 miles away. She tried to get a refund and was told we can only get funded for $35 of the over $100 in credits we have. It was too good to be true.
I have in total used this service two times and both were very satisfactory. I admit I was a little skeptical at first, but I figured "why not?". I was very pleased and have been able to use Dealflicks at another participating theater with success. Thank you Dealflicks.
My family was visiting bought tickets through Dealflicks for 8 people. My husband had a heart attack right before we were to leave. I have emailed Dealflicks and called several times. Normally the number is busy and you can't get through. The one time I got through to a voice mail that announced at least a 10 digit number. I left a message, but never got a call back. Over $80 bucks down the drain. Another time I ordered the wrong date... I didn't try after a couple tries... $50 dollars that time. Be warned -- one wrong click and you lose anything you may have saved. Even if someone dies...they don't care.
First, the procedure for printing out the vouchers is a hassle. After 5 or 6 steps, you can finally print out the voucher. (You have to pick a movie and the time you want to see it, also.) It's one step with Groupon. The worst part of the "deal" is that movie times, dates, and the movies themselves have black-out periods. Want to go see a popular movie on the weekend? Good luck with that. Want to see a b-movie or a cartoon? That you can probably do. I'll never purchase another "deal" with them.