I love going to the movies, with all the popcorn and the excitement; there’s something magical about watching a film without all the distractions.

And we know you guys love it too, ‘cause our discount movie tickets have been selling like hotcakes for over a year now!

But sometimes leaving the couch is just a little too much to handle (pants? What are pants??).

So now you can take that cinema experience home with you every Thursday, just to say Thanks for being a customer.

How? Starting this week, Telstra customers will be able to enjoy one free movie rental (out of a choice of three) from BigPond Movies, every Thursday.

Make sure you are registered for My Account, grab your unique code from the Thanks website and download one of the three films available that week to your compatible device. You’ll get a 48-hour window to watch your chosen film, which means the weekend starts early!

So grab a hot chocolate and some (microwave) popcorn and enjoy your Thanks Thursday, every Thursday!

Check out the three movie choices on offer on the Telstra Thanks website or on our Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages.

Telstra Thanks Thursday movies this week
Things you need to know: Offer is to rent one free movie from BigPond Movies per week from a selection of three movies. Data charges may apply. Available for Telstra customers aged 18 or over, who have registered for My Account and BigPond Movies. Each week’s voucher code is available through telstra.com/movies from 12:01pm Friday to 11:59pm Thursday. The offer can be used between 5:30am and 11:59pm on Thursday by entering the code in BigPond Movies on your compatible device and selecting and renting your movie. You have 48 hours to begin watching the movie and you have 48 hours to finish watching once you click play. You can only view the movie on the device where it was rented. For BigPond Movies to function correctly, a minimum download speed of 3.5Mbps is recommended. Compatible devices include Telstra T-Box and some smart TVs, PCs and tablets. See telstra.com/movies for more details. Android is a trade mark of Google, Inc.