www.Legosurvey.com/Movie – Enter Lego Movie Videogame Survey & Get Cheat Codes



Did you buy a new Lego Movie Videogame? If yes, you can now go to the website www.Legosurvey.com/Movie to leave your feedback about your game playing experience by taking a short survey. And at the end of the survey, you will  have a chance to receive some cheat codes for The Lego Movie Videogame.

How to enter the survey:

Check out the above provided website, select your age to start the survey. Just follow the instructions to answer the survey questions regarding and submit your personal details. It will take you few minutes to complete the survey. At the end, you will be given some cheats. Just write them down and redeem them in your game playing.

Click here to enter the survey now!

Please note: You must be aged 13 or older to enter the sweepstakes. If you’re under 13, you must complete the survey with the help of your parent. Limit one time per person.

About The Lego Movie Videogame:

It’s TT Games’ new action-adventure game which follows the plot of the animated film The Lego Movie. It’s available for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

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7 Comments on "www.Legosurvey.com/Movie – Enter Lego Movie Videogame Survey & Get Cheat Codes"

  1. Maria McKenna | December 6, 2010 at 6:21 pm |

    The movies I have seen lately were good but the theatres are freezing!!!!

  2. I Like the seats they don’t recline

  3. mal smithson | February 5, 2011 at 10:15 am |

    recently attended pen centre empire theatre….was all good except for the fact we could hear the movie next door playing

  4. PLEASE REFER TO SURVEY; TELLUSABOUTEMPIRE.COM REGARDING MOVIE PARTY FOR A NINE YEAR OLDS PARTY ON MAY FIFTH, THIS YEAR(2012) AT 1:35pm TO 4:45pm. THANK YOU.

  5. Victor Lee | August 6, 2012 at 6:49 am |

    The movies exhibited is what the name Empire is all about. An ethnic presenter of internationally entertaining films from outside of Canada.
    The empire of entertainment, thank you for making me fell at home away from hhome!

  6. Mark Langan | November 6, 2012 at 6:44 pm |

    My name is Mark Langan.

    I purchased four $30 gift certificates this past Sunday. There was quite a lengthy delay as the clerk and then a surpervisor hummed and hawed over the processing of the cards. One of them went to lengthy detail repeatedly, repeatedly, repeatedly about keeping receipts and what to do if the cards don’t work; as if she expected them not to. At first the comedy of it was funny then it became annoying.
    Today, I tried using one of the gift certificates to see a movie. It didn’t work. Again another delay as someone at the register tried to figure it out; then another as a supervisor tries to explain what has happened, he then said to go see the movie and he’d sort it out and that I should come see him after the movie.

    So later I go to the front counter to see what has come of it. I ask for the supervisor and wait as the clerks and an assistant help several other customers before the assistant comes to me to ask what I was waiting for. She then calls for another supervisor. Then I stand patiently as he explains that the company policy was that the money would be refunded by some fee processing company within a week or so and if I wanted the gift certificates I could repurchase them now and wait for the refund. This whole situation has been very wasteful of my time; it has been frustrating to say the least.

    Three of the four gift certificates where for my nephews on their birthday. This delay is untimely to be sure. I’ll be spending the additional gift money elsewhere. Of course none of this compares to the frustration my young nephews would have experienced if the gift certificates I bought for their birthday didn’t work when they and their young ladies go out to the movies. A visit to the theater is suppose to be fun not frustrating or in all likelihood embarrassing.

    I have been a loyal customer who has paid for and enjoyed years of entertainment in your theaters. You should know that the way your company has handled this error is not good business. When a service company makes a substantial mistake they should do all they can to create good will as well as making restitution immediately. As recompense for the delays, frustrations, flawed transaction and the postponed refund you might even offer some form of extra goodwill compensation. So far there has been no restitution let alone good will.

    I will tell you that your staff did their jobs as best they could within a flawed system. Their polite yet repetitive explanations, the awkward delays and knowing looks as they tried to sell me on a situation that even they couldn’t deny was completely messed up were all well intentioned if not satisfying. The management at Empire Theatres Limited, 135 Gateway Park Drive, Kitchener have the receipts and info.
    I offer you the opportunity to do better and I await your improved response to this situation.

    Thank You…

  7. We enjoyed the show lots . It is great that there is still somewhere I can take my 12 year old son and have fun.

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