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Yesterday The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 became available for pre-order through various retailers, and today we’re learning about a coupon to save you money and release parties to be held in February!

The official Breaking Dawn movie website was updated with word that soon a release party finder would be available. Parties will be occurring on February 10th.

Additionally, if you’ve seen the film in theaters (who hasn’t?!) you’re eligible to receive a $5 coupon towards the purchase of the DVD/Blu-ray.

The instructions for obtaining the coupon can be learnt below:

Step 1 – Take a picture of your The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 movie ticket stub with your mobile phone.

To ensure proper validation, please click here for tips on taking a picture of your movie ticket stub.

Step 2 – Text or email the image to bd@drvsusa.com. Standard text message rates apply.

Step 3 – Once your submission has been validated, you will receive a text message or email with a code and a website address. Standard text message rates apply.

Step 4 – Using your browser, go to the website address contained in your text message or email, enter the code you received, choose Blu-ray® or DVD, and fill out the required information.

Step 5 – Your certificate for $5.00 off of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 Blu-ray® or $3.00 off the DVD will be mailed to your address.

Limited to one valid movie ticket submission. Maximum three tries to submit image. Codes Expire 4/30/12 at 11:59:59 PM PST. Valid in the US only. Not valid in Puerto Rico. Reward certificates expire 5/31/12 at 11:59:59 PM PST. While supplies last.

It’s a nice offer for loyal fans! Thanks to The Twilight Lexicon for the tipoff.

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