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    They r valid in SK and QC.....they just don't expire in SK and QC....I am from SK, and have used the icoke passes many times!!!!

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    NO you are wrong. If you look above in the photo it clearly states (Not Valid in SK and QC) It says this for a reason. It also says it in the description of the ticket as well (EXCEPT IN QUEBEC AND SASKATCHEWAN) You must have been using the tickets incorrectly as it clearly states it's not allowed but you may do as you please but it's definitely not allowed.


    Quote Originally Posted by jennrav View Post
    They r valid in SK and QC.....they just don't expire in SK and QC....I am from SK, and have used the icoke passes many times!!!!

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    Hi, just maybe to help out...jennrav is not wrong. What they mean when they say "except in QC or SK..." is that the tickets don't have an expiry date in those two provinces. Quebec for example, doesn't allow for these types of paid passes to have an expiry. I know this is valid in QC because these are the same ones they give out to people IN QC. Further proof is that the French instructions are clearer where it states "valid until date written, except for the provinces of QC and SK". Also, the names of some of the cinemas are written across the bottom and StarCite and Colisee are theaters here in QC...
    Hope this helps.
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    You can value each pass at $10 but for what it's worth they are a "coupon" in that they have restrictions and an expiry. So if Gift cards are worth half value of a coupon then each pass would be worth a $5 GC? Is that correct or are you trading them for a $10 GC per one?
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    They have been traded thanks for the interest

    Quote Originally Posted by LisaLisaBoBisa View Post
    You can value each pass at $10 but for what it's worth they are a "coupon" in that they have restrictions and an expiry. So if Gift cards are worth half value of a coupon then each pass would be worth a $5 GC? Is that correct or are you trading them for a $10 GC per one?

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