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Cineplex introduces $1.50 reserving charge for on-line film ticket purchases

Cineplex introduces .50 reserving charge for on-line film ticket purchases

TORONTO — Moviegoers could possibly be paying a bit of further to see a movie at a Cineplex theatre this summer season.

Canada’s largest movie exhibitor says it has launched a brand new $1.50 reserving charge that applies to every ticket bought by its cell app and web site.

The transfer comes as the corporate says it wants “to additional make investments and evolve our digital infrastructure.”

Nevertheless, not everybody should pay the brand new service cost.

Learn extra:

Almost 5,000 layoffs at Cineplex after Ontario closes film theatres

Cineplex Inc. says purchases made in-person on the field workplace, ticket kiosks, or concession stands is not going to be topic to the charge, whereas members of the Scene Plus rewards program pays a lowered $1 per ticket.

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Subscribers to CineClub, the corporate’s month-to-month subscription program, could have the charge waived totally.

© 2022 The Canadian Press

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