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Watch Dr. Seuss movie with kids and get $45 gift card

Want to watch a new movie at home with your child…and get paid for it? Read on to learn how!

Preview Free Movies is recruiting audiences to a private screening of the upcoming feature film, The Sneetches, on Saturday, June 22, 2024. The screenings will take place in your own home, on your laptop or desktop computer.

Check-in is at noon EDT, and the screening starts at 1 p.m.

About The Sneetches:

Netflix and Dr. Seuss Enterprises are bringing to life a story based on the classic book by Dr. Seuss, THE SNEETCHES.

As long as there have been Sneetches on beaches, the Star-Bellies and Moon-Bellies have lived separate lives. But when two young Sneetches form an unlikely friendship, they teach their communities that differences don’t need to be avoided, they can be celebrated.

The film is expected to be rated “G” or “TV-7” but the studio can not guarantee what rating the film will ultimately receive.

You and your child will watch the movie together and will give feedback. You must be willing to appear and speak on camera and to be seen by other participants.

The studio is seeking parents who are at least 25 years old, who have a child from 4 to 8 years old. You must register in advance, and not all people who register will be accepted to participate.

Register to participate.

Each qualifying household who completes the full study experience will receive a $45 Visa Digital Prepaid Card for approximately three to three and a half hours of their time (including check-in).

Rewards will be delivered to households who complete the full study experience within three (3) business days of participation, to the email used to register only.

To be eligible to participate in this study, you must have:

  • Internet Access strong enough to stream Live Content.
  • A laptop or desktop with a working microphone and camera. (Mobile devices including iPads/tablets and Chromebooks are NOT permitted.) Headphones are recommended but not required.
  • Be willing to appear and speak on camera and be seen by other participants.
  • Can NOT have completed a study with Preview Free Movies in the last (30) days.
  • Qualifying participants dismissed prior to the start of the study will receive partial compensation for their time.

Register to Participate

If you have any questions, please email

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