Can’t get enough ‘Interstellar’? Now you can Go Further with an ‘Unlimited Ticket’

11.17.14 3 years ago

Do you like “Interstellar”? Like, do you really like “Interstellar” and want to see it over and over and over and over again until you transform into a ball of pure energy? Then you'll probably enjoy this news.

AMC Theatres and Paramount Pictures have teamed up to offer a “first-of-its-kind 'Interstellar Unlimited Ticket” for people who just can't get enough of the Christopher Nolan sci-fi film, because, according to the companies: “Guest feedback indicates that guests not only love the movie, many are expressing a strong interest in seeing it again in the theatre.”

“Christopher Nolan has created a masterpiece that movie fans are saying gets better every time they see it,” said AMC Theatres executive vice president and chief content and programming officer Elizabeth Frank in a statement. “The 'Interstellar' Unlimited Ticket gives these fans an opportunity to experience the spectacular cinematography and heart-warming stories as many times as they would like – at any AMC location, any showtime, in any format, including IMAX.”

The Unlimited Ticket is being offered exclusively to members of AMC's customer loyalty program AMC Stubs, who can purchase it at 330 AMC box office locations across the country. Prices vary by location but range anywhere from $19.99 to $34.99, though AMC Stubs members who have already bought a ticket can upgrade to an Unlimited Ticket for $14.99.

Those interested are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity while supplies last, as quantities are limited.

Theory: A lot of people who buy the Unlimited Ticket will think they're going to see “Interstellar” multiple times but won't actually see “Interstellar” multiple times, and then they'll be like “aww man, what was I thinking? That movie's like three hours!” But hey, free money for Paramount and AMC!

Are you interested in buying an “Interstellar” Unlimited Ticket? Is this a cheap ploy by the parties involved to drum up ticket sales? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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