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Turn Your Weeknight into #TysonFreeMovieNight

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tyson Foods, Inc. All opinions are entirely my own.

I can’t be the only one who doesn’t feel like toiling away in the kitchen on Tuesday nights. (And often Wednesdays and Thursdays, too.) …Right? Time just seems to be in short supply on weeknights. And while there’s often groceries to buy, chores to do, and house projects to take on, we try to reserve at least one of our mid-week evenings for some relaxing together-time—usually popping in a movie. But that doesn’t mean we want to skimp on supper!

Tyson® products are my go-to solution for a night in.
Craving breakfast for dinner? Jimmy Dean® Hot and Spicy Sausage Biscuits with a side of bacon and veggie stuffed hash browns are ready in a snap so we can settle in with orange juice screwdrivers and an action-packed flick. Sometimes, we just want to forget about our grownup jobs and feel like kids again. So you’ll catch us dipping our State Fair® Classic Mini Corn Dogs or dinosaur-shaped Tyson Chicken Fun Nuggets in ranch dressing (it’s an Iowa thing) while we catch the latest colorful cartoon.

Often times, I just throw the whole bag of Tyson Honey Battered Tenders into the oven so we can curl up on the couch with a comedy. (The extra tenders go into the fridge for weekday lunches—they’re perfect for quick sandwiches or sliced up on salads.)

Tyson Foods just helps make weeknights easier. Their products are tasty and wholesome—saving me on time and effort without skimping on flavor.

And right now, you can host yourself a movie night, too, courtesy of Tyson Products ‘Winter to Go’ offer with Redbox.

Here’s what to do:
  1. Buy any two participating Tyson, State Fair, or Jimmy Dean products in a single transaction from a Walmart Supercenter or Walmart Neighborhood Market. (See the full list of participating products here.)
  2. Snap a picture of your receipt and visit to upload it.
  3. Start planning your free movie night! You’ll get two Redbox promo codes each valid for a free 1-night DVD rental.

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