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How To Get Two Free Kung Fu Panda 4 Movie Tickets Right Now

Here's how some Xfinity customers can get two free Kung Fu Panda 4 tickets.

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After almost a decade, Jack Black returns as Po, in Kung Fu Panda 4. The story follows the events of Kung Fu Panda 3 where Po is to become the Spiritual Leader of the Valley of Peace, while still searching for his successor as the new Dragon Warrior. The Kung Fu Panda franchise has grossed $1.8 billion across its three movies, and they all received strong reviews, while the pre-sale for the fourth installment has been sluggish, here's how you can possibly grab free tickets to the movie.

Black will be joined once again by Dustin Hoffman, James Hong, Bryan Cranston, and Ian McShane reprising their roles from the previous installments. Awkwafina, Ke Huy Quan, Ronny Chieng, Lori Tan Chinn, and Viola Davis join the cast as new characters, with Davis as the new villain, the Chameleon.

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To see if you have access to the free tickets, first you need to have an Xfinity account. When you log into the account, click on the "rewards" tab and look for a Fandango code to snag two free tickets to the film. Codes expire on March 15 and aren't available to all accounts. So your best bet is to log in and see if they are available for you. If not, you still may have access to a print-at-home activity kit from the film.

It was thought to be only for Platinum or Diamond accounts, but just searching through comments on Twitter and other secret deal sites, the dispersal seems random. However looking at the terms and conditions, it's said that accounts in "good standing" can only be offered the deal. Gold members are also eligible it looks like in some instances. There are even some that are getting only one ticket.

Kung Fun Panda 4 arrives in theaters on March 8.

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