Ugh! Again with the scalpers! But this time, these skeezy people aren’t swooping in to take PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles, not even Xbox mini fridges. This time, scalpers are after Spider-Man: No Way Home premium theater tickets. Most premium screens like RPX and IMAX can range from $15 to $30 depending on where you live. Some premium experiences can cost more.
Premium Tickets Not Sold Out Everywhere
I did some digging in my area and premium tickets are still for sale. I checked 7:00 pm for Thursday and Friday and while Thursday is almost sold out, Friday still has some seating available. With standard screens on Thursday, seating is wide open. People can spend their money how they want, but it’s just bad form. And bad form to sell goods like that.
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If You Can’t Make It To Preview Night, There’s Always The Next Day
The fact that “preview night” is now showing screenings in the afternoon shows how desperate theaters are to get butts in seats. The term, “preview night” is, I guess, dead. With this scalper mess effecting our lives in different ways, one can try a different way so it doesn’t hurt the consumer. People can wait for certain goods or stay vigilant in their search for what they want. In the ability to see the new Spider-Man movie, there’s standard tickets or seeing it on a different day. Although, I wouldn’t wait to get Spider-Man: Now Way Home tickets. They’re selling fast. Going to theaters to see the movies you want to see is so very important. So if you can go, it’ll definitely help the entertainment industry and your local theater.