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The Perfect Night In With Tyson Foods and Redbox

Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tyson Foods, Inc. All opinions are entirely my own.

My family is definitely on the go. In the summer, it's amusement parks, playgrounds, swimming pools, hiking and playing outdoors. The winter usually brings snow (and lots of fun), along with school and sports activities, hiking and whatever else we can find to do during the cold months.

And although I do enjoy the occasional evening out, it's our movie nights (or even days) at home that makes my heart swell with memories. To me, there is just something about gathering together to enjoy time with each other which usually includes yummy food and a movie or two. It's the simple things in life.

With the help of Tyson® foods and Redbox®, life just got easier. From 2/6/17 to 4/15/17, if you purchase any two eligible Jimmy Dean®, State Fair®, or Tyson products in a single transaction at a Walmart Supercenter or Walmart Neighborhood Market, and visit to upload your receipt, you will receive two Redbox promotional codes to be used at Redbox kiosks. Each promotional code is good for a free 1-night DVD rental.*

Hello movie night! It's really that simple - buy, snap, and enjoy.

Lil Man will be six this spring, and with supervision he enjoys cooking.

Tyson Foods makes it easy for him to prepare our meals. One of his favorites is Tyson chicken nuggets, and hubby's favorite is State Fair corn dogs. Although I have to admit I enjoy those too, one of my favorites is Jimmy Dean meatlovers hash browns. (And no you don't have to just eat them for breakfast!). They are awesome for lunch, dinner and definitely for snacking during a movie. I admit that I enjoy the easy-to-prepare delicious meals, and I love that I can include my family in preparing those meals.

If you are looking for a perfect night in, this is it. Look for Tyson's Products Winter to Go offer with Redbox at your Walmart store. #TysonFreeMovieNight

*1 promotional code per transaction. Payment card required. Charges apply for additional days. Can’t be combined with other offers. Subject to additional terms. Void where prohibited.

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  1. What a great deal. We enjoy Tyson products and especially redbox movies! Thanks for sharing Amy!


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