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Toronto - Jan 10. 12 Strong preview @ Yonge/Dundas. YMMV

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Toronto - Jan 10. 12 Strong preview @ Yonge/Dundas. YMMV

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January 10, 2018
NOTE - I do NOT have extra tickets. However usually any unclaimed tickets are distributed just before showtime. Ask the screening rep politely and you'll likely score a ticket.


Q - How do I contact the screening rep?

A - Just look for the person scanning tickets. Usually at a table with some movie signage/posters.

Q - People actually just ask to get in for free? What? Is there something special with this specific theatre?

A - Yup, it works cause idea is to usually fill the cinema. Nothing special here, it happens at all locations doing preview screenings. Very rare to get turned away.



Theatre:

Cineplex Yonge/Dundas
1/10/2017

Time:

7PM
Last edited by sprung on Jan 3rd, 2018 12:47 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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People actually just ask to get in for free? What? Is there something special with this specific theatre?
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Kovaelin wrote:
Jan 4th, 2018 9:28 am
People actually just ask to get in for free? What? Is there something special with this specific theatre?
Not really the theater...part of a film's production and release..contest. Initially overbook but people do not always show up, so the ticket handler 'might' pass the extra tickets out before the show starts

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Trade 12 strong for paddington 2


Pm me if interested
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