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View Poll Results: Advance Tickets for Star Trek (2011)
I would buy them RIGHT NOW! 10 41.67%
I would wait until a year before the movie's opening date. 0 0%
I would wait until six months before the movie's opening date. 0 0%
I would wait until a few weeks before the movie's opening date. 4 16.67%
I don't believe in buying advance tickets more than a day or two before I see the movie. 10 41.67%
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Old 07-18-2009, 07:45 PM
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Well, I'm not even certain I will watch the next movie on opening weekend. I will watch it in the theater, but I may wait a week or two before going. If I were to go on opening night I wouldn't buy tickets more than a couple of days ahead of time. I live in a rather small town and we have a rather large theater. I have never known any popular movie to sell out more than a day in advance.
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the option for advance tickets is only for american residents...so.....unfortunately it doesnt apply to me...otherwise i would have bought them
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I have purchased advance tickets, but I find it's stupid to buy more than a few days before hand because plans need to be made. I just had to buy advance tickets for Harry Potter because they were selling out, so it does have its purpose.
I'm with you on this one.
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I havent paid for a movie since the first Tranformers movie. I do not plan to buy them for Star Trek 12 let alone in advance.
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I havent paid for a movie since the first Tranformers movie. I do not plan to buy them for Star Trek 12 let alone in advance.
Gee, I hope you haven't been watching pirated versions. Is it fair to the filmmakers if you do?
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Gee, I hope you haven't been watching pirated versions. Is it fair to the filmmakers if you do?

Pirated versions are rated "ARRRRR!"
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Do what I do: I printed my Fandango ticket for this last movie and posted it on the wall where I couldn't miss it.



You could even frame it first and hang it on the wall until it's time to use it.

(That DOES sound weird, doesn't it? Okay, forget that idea. )
Nah, that's not wierd at all. In fact, it'd probably work. That way, it can't be lost. Too bad nobody thought of that for the first movie, somebody could have sold tickets encased in glass boxes to hang on the wall with a little hammer to break the glass. That'd be funny, but would also be a great marketing tool!
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Nah, that's not wierd at all. In fact, it'd probably work. That way, it can't be lost. Too bad nobody thought of that for the first movie, somebody could have sold tickets encased in glass boxes to hang on the wall with a little hammer to break the glass. That'd be funny, but would also be a great marketing tool!
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