Buy Tickets Landmark Cinemas
Simply purchase $100 or over of 50/50 tickets during an Oilers game day or 50/50 progressive raffle day to qualify for this offer. You can purchase tickets online at EdmontonOilers.com/5050 or from a 50/50 seller during an Oilers home game at Rogers Place.
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During every Oilers game day or 50/50 progressive raffle day from March 30 to April 20, 2022, a purchase of $100 or over of 50/50 tickets will qualify you for a Landmark Cinemas General Admission movie pass. There is a limit of 1 movie pass per 50/50 ticket purchaser per Oilers game day or 50/50 progressive raffle day.
You can book your movie tickets at the theatre, however, I suggest buying them online especially if you want to see a popular movie. When you book online you also have the option to choose your seats too.
Physical tickets and e-tickets are valid for any Landmark Theatre including Spectrum 8 Theatres, located at 290 Delaware Avenue, Albany, NY. Please present this ticket at the box office for one (1) admission.
Ticket supplies are limited and availability cannot be guaranteed. All sales are final. The PEF Membership Benefits Program cannot be responsible for lost, stolen, or expired tickets. No refunds or exchanges, which includes unused tickets or e-tickets.About e-tickets:
Once you place your order, you will receive a confirmation email followed by an email containing your e-ticket which you can then print yourself and take to the venue. E-tickets print on one sheet of paper for each ticket purchased. To prevent e-ticket email delivery issues, please add us to your email address book.If you plan to purchase for use over a weekend, PEF MBP strongly recommends that you purchase your tickets prior to Friday at 5 p.m. (Allowing for 48-hour delivery is best.)
After Friday at 5 p.m., if you have a problem purchasing your e-tickets, or you do not receive your e-tickets in your inbox, there is no one on staff to assist you until Monday at 9 a.m.
Once your tickets are purchased and sent via email, PEF MBP is no longer in control of your e-ticket delivery and cannot control how long it may take for your e-tickets to arrive in your inbox.
PEF MBP has no control over weekday or weekend weather occurrences that may impact internet connectivity, e-store/website functionality/access, and e-ticket purchase/delivery processes.
Landmark Theatres also owned the theater chain Silver Cinemas, which primarily showed second-run movies. Down to just three cinemas entering the COVID-19 pandemic, the final of three Silver Cinemas remaining was transferred to its Landmark nameplate with the other locations closed in 2020 and 2022.
Update: Twitter user Raju Ray revealed that India doesn't allow booking tickets one month before the movie's release. Instead, advance booking opens a week before the film's release date.
Given the high demand for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, some websites could crash on the day of the pre-sales of the tickets, although the damage likely won't be as severe as Spider-Man: No Way Home, whose sky-high anticipation arguably topped every other Marvel films' hype besides Avengers: Endgame.
It remains to be seen how Multiverse of Madness will affect the rest of the MCU, but it's already a safe bet that something significant will happen, considering that it pushes the concept of alternate realities to the forefront. That premise, combined with the popularity of Wanda Maximoff, could serve as early signs that there would be a lot of audience anticipation for the movie that would later translate to heavy demand for tickets.
Looking for the best deal on movie ticket prices? Then you should always consider going to the movies on Tuesdays! Because it is historically the slowest day of the week for movie theaters, most chains offer discount tickets and concessions.
Criterion Club members get $7 tickets for any regular movie all day on Tuesdays. Not valid in Manhattan, and certain New Jersey locations are only $6. They also have a great concession deal: get a large tub of popcorn for $5.
As a result, the art-house cinemas, long associated with sticky floors, sprung seats, and dodgy sound systems, are being reinvented. Newly built or renovated art houses are getting "all the bells and whistles in terms of the latest technologies," including stadium seating and digital sound, says cinema executive Leonard Schein.
But the art-house cinemas are quick to point out that they do much of the work of making the public aware of these "undermarketed" films. "A lot of the work Landmark does is at the grass roots," says Mr. Jones. "We really have to work these films." 041b061a72