The presales for Spider-Man: No Way Home tickets in the United States were officially opened at midnight, with fans immediately flocking to buy theirs and secure a seat for the first day of programming in the hall. The sites of various cinema chains crashed after a short time.
Just a short time after the opening of the Spider-Man No Way Home ticket pre-sales, the sites of the various cinema chains that made the purchase of the aforementioned tickets available crashed, making it impossible for the various customers to book for some time. . This was immediately noticed by fans who immediately started talking about it on Twitter through a series of messages and various complaints. The chains in question called into question are those of AMC, Regal, Alamo Drafthouse, and Fandango that went temporarily offline after the opening of the presales of what is one of the most anticipated films by Marvel fans this year.
In the meantime, those who managed to grab the presales have seen fit To put theirs up for sale on eBay for a monstrous and sincerely unjustified amount, to say the least. At the bottom of the news, you will find the tweets of users impatient by the crash of the American presale sites.
To announce the opening of the presales were Tom Holland and Jamie Foxx in a presentation clip. We remind you that Spider-Man: No Way Home will arrive in Indian starting next December 16th, One day before the North American market is out. The film is currently the last chapter of the Spider-Man saga starring Tom Holland, with the current contract of the young British actor, as you know divided between Sony Pictures and Disney, which still includes an unspecified MCU crossover film in which Peter Parker will not be the only protagonist.