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Poll: Hobbit tickets
Whats the hobbit?
33 total votes
Oct 19 2013, 12:48am
Post #1 of 10
Will you buy your hobbit tickets early?
Oct 19 2013, 1:07am
Post #2 of 10
Nov 21 is marked on my calendar! I'm responsible for getting the tickets for my friends for the midnight show this year, so I'm waiting not so patiently to get my hands on them!
Oct 19 2013, 1:46am
Post #3 of 10
I'm getting the two for me and the BFF for the MN show, and then for both of us and kids for Friday night too. And Saturday I presume.
(I'm feeling Odd Avatar Out in this thread... )
(This post was edited by Brethil on Oct 19 2013, 1:48am)
Oct 19 2013, 2:02am
Post #4 of 10
Yeah, I'm getting 4 for the midnight show, and at least 1 for me either Sat or Sun (I was kicking myself last year for not getting tickets for 2 shows opening weekend).
You know, you could always change your avatar - there are plenty of excellent photos to choose from!
Oct 19 2013, 2:18am
Post #5 of 10
Yep!! Looking forward to it. //
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Oct 19 2013, 5:15am
Post #6 of 10
... thorin's magnificent visage in the bark of your trees. sort of like seeing a religious icon in a piece of toast. .
Oct 19 2013, 3:12pm
Post #7 of 10
Thought I was the only one who sees that.
Makes me question my sanity. But you have reassured me! Thank you, as always!!!!!
Oct 20 2013, 5:08pm
Post #9 of 10
I always turn up on the day of release half an hour early and get tickets then, its often cheaper and easier, and I have never had any trouble in doing so.
I may see DOS in 48 FPS out of curiosity though, so that might require booking as the nearest IMAX is almost a hour from where I live.
Oct 28 2013, 1:20am
Post #10 of 10
I had an arrangement with my theatre last year
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for AUJ, and I'll be doing the same thing for the next 2 films. They let me buy all my tickets just before The Hobbit opens and pay a group rate. So, on average, my tickets cost about $5.50 each instead of $8.50. :D
They're wonderfull enablers!