comparethemarket.com launches new toy

comparethemarket.com release heroic new offer with Limited Edition Toy inspired by Batman or Superman, available with Meerkat Movies 2 for 1 cinema tickets

comparethemarket.com has announced the arrival of two limited edition toys, ahead of the highly anticipated release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, coming to cinemas 25th March from Warner Bros. Pictures. In addition to a whole year’s membership of 2 for 1 cinema tickets, for a limited time, customers can also get their hands on a Limited Edition Meerkat Movies Toys inspired by either Batman or Superman when they buy insurance or switch energy with comparethemarket.com.

Arriving under the cover of darkness, Aleksandr takes on the superfan persona of Gotham City’s Dark Vigilante in full katsuit, complete with cape and mask. Sergei is transformed into a pint-sized version of the Man of Steel, complete with bulging biceps and rippling sixpack.

Mark Vile, Marketing Director at comparethemarket.com, said: “Since launching Meerkat Movies in March last year, we have seen over a million members enjoy the magic of the movies for less. We’ve now super-charged our rewards offering, Meerkat Movies, by partnering with Warner Bros. Pictures and one of the most hotly anticipated films of the year. Our customers get the opportunity to not only receive 2 for 1 cinema tickets for a year, but for a limited time only, also get their hands on a Limited Edition toy inspired by Batman or Superman as we reveal Aleksandr and Sergei as true super fans of the film. We’re excited by the partnership and hope our customers enjoy our most heroic offer to date.”

Meerkat Movies was unveiled to the nation last year, with 2 for 1 cinema ticket redemption available across the UK, via a voucher code on the Meerkat Movies app, which is available to Apple and Android users, or via the comparethemarket.com website.
 

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