Film & TV
‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Crashes Box Office Sites
Set to be one of the most anticipated movies of 2021, tickets for Spider-Man: No Way Home finally went on sale and an unprecedented demand meant that websites were crashing or placing fans in long queues.
“DUDE! ? Spider-Monday is HERE! ? Tickets are on sale NOW for #SpiderManNoWayHome! Hurry, you definitely want to be the FIRST to see it exclusively in movie theaters December 17!” a post reads by Marvel on their Instagram.
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Of course fans took to Twitter in the middle of the night, one writing,
spider-man no way home? more like spider-man no way i’m getting tickets pic.twitter.com/bQr8yJCHcP
— mik ४ (@rizzmatazz) November 29, 2021
It has also been reported that tickets are being resold on sites such as eBay for astronomical prices.
Spider-Man tickets are being scalped on eBay for $25K lmaoooo anywho
WHO SECURED A W AND GOT THEIR TICKETS FOR NO WAY HOME pic.twitter.com/AnwiiY54Ir
— Plathanos ??? #HIVESZN (@SavinTheBees) November 29, 2021
The Independent reported that “Shortly after the tickets went on sale, they soon began being listed on eBay for prices ranging from $200 (£150) to $25,000 (£18.7,000).”
Usually these tickets only cost “between $10 (£7.50) and $20 (£15)” at the cinemas.
There is much excitement around the new movie as it is speculated to be Tom Holland’s last role as Spider-Man, and he is to be joined by other MCU characters due to the ‘Multiverse’.
The film will release December 17.
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