Friday, October 31, 2003
Trilogy Tuesday Canada: Ticket Info - maegwen @ 16:10 PST

We've received ticket-purchasing tips from Canadian Ringers to pass on to everyone. Bookmark this page, as we will add information here as we are able. (All times EST)

[Click here for a list and links to the cinemas!]

Bruce (again ;) writes: (11/01 3:15 pm) I would strongly recommend anyone wanting to catch the trilogy at SilverCity Kitchener, not wait around for movietickets.com to open their services (still down as of Saturday afternoon). Get down to the theatre asap, because my inside source who works at the theatre told me this morning that interest and demand have been increasing as the word spreads.....hurry if you want to be part of it! The magic starts 1:30 pm, December 16th, don't miss out!

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Kris writes: (11/01 3:15 pm) Hey I work at the Paramount and last night when we closed... out of 405 tickets available for the trilogy screening we had 111 tickets left for sale... so for the montreal ringers not going to the guzzo event hurry up and get ur tickets ; )

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Bruce writes: (10/31 10:18 pm) Hi. The movietickets.com site wasn't up for our Kitchener theatre, so I went down in person and picked up three tix, there are still plenty left..there was no rushing crowd or mob surprisingly! So spread the word, anyone near Kitchener/Cambridge area, SilverCity Kitchener is one place than definitely isn't sold out.....YET! Hurry down!

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Borimor the Brute writes: (10/31 7:49 pm) Ya, I tried purchasing the tickets all day on Movietickets.com, and couldn't because the buy option was greyed out and you couldn't click on the icon. So...my friends wife went over to Silvercity West Edmonton Mall and purchased 6 tickets. They are going fast, when she went to purchase, it was at 25 % sold, and that was at 1pm.

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Brille writes: (10/31 6:41 pm) Just to let you know, I was able to buy tickets online for the showing at the Ancaster Silver City Theatre this afternoon just after 12:00.

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Cat writes: (10/31 6:38 pm) I was able to get myself a ticket for the Famous Players Capitol 6 Theatre in downtown Vancouver, yesterday at 8:30, long before they were supposedly going on sale. None of the other British Columbia theatres appeared to go on sale early, and when a friend of mine went to try and buy tickets for the same theatre just after midnight, they were no longer available. Not sure if they're sold out or just done selling through the Internet? Interesting to note that the SilverCity showings in both Coquitlam and Richmond are only offering $50.00 tickets, whereas the Capitol 6 had a choice of 'VIP' ($50.00) and 'General Admission' (only $8.50 for all three films).

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Magnus writes: (10/31 6:26 pm) I just bought 6 tickets (at 3:00pm today Vancouver time) for the showing at the Silvercity Riverport in Richmond. I used movietickets.com. You can only buy two at a time, so I just did the transaction three times.

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Tim writes: (10/31 4:59 pm) I just called the uber-plex at South Edmonton Common. Tix for Trilogy Tuesday will be on sale at the theatre on November 16.

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Michelle writes: (10/31 4:47 pm) I stayed up past 1 am waiting for tickets to go on sale on Movietickets.com for the Edmonton Silver City, but nothing happened. This morning at 5:30 am, the "Buy Tickets" link was there but the time was grayed out. I thought maybe the show had sold out during the night. Luckily, I went in person to the theater at about 1:20 pm this afternoon and I was able to buy my tickets at the Guest Services desk.

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Drak writes: (10/31 4:53 pm) I was able to purchase my Trilogy Tuesday Tickets last night online for Famous Players Silver City in Victoria B.C. I'm not sure what the status is now. I was told they were only holding 50 reserves online and the rest would be in person.

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Adam writes: (10/31 4:27 pm) The Kitchener Silver City still isn't accepting online orders but I was there today when their doors opened and they are for sale in person. About 15 people were waiting before the doors opened so it looks like they will go pretty quick.

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Zoe writes: (10/31 4:24 pm) You guys probably already know about this, but, this morning, online tickets were not on sale for Paramount Chinook in Calgary [but, one could buy some if they went to the theatre]. Apparently, there was a problem with movietickets.com - which made it appear that tickets were all sold out - a glitch that has since been rectified. I was *just* able to purchase 4 tickets. Hope this info helps!

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Lesley writes: (10/31 1:27 pm) Thereís been problems buying tickets to the Quebec theaters over the internet, specifically Famous Players Paramount Montreal. I emailed Famous Players to ask whatís going on and hereís there response:

Thank you for bringing your concerns to our attention. We are showing the trilogy at the Paramount Montreal on December 16, 2003. Unfortunately, we are experiencing minor technical difficulties with our online purchases for the event in Montreal, which we hope to have cleared up soon. Please be assured that tickets can still be bought directly at the theatre.

I just went and got my ticket, but Iím not sure how many are left.

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Rudy writes: (10/31 12:57 pm) Greetings, a heartfelt thank-you for your timely information I have just obtained a pair of tickets to the Coquitlam B.C. Silvercity showing (I waited until midnight but they did not enable ticket purchasing until sometime this morning ).

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Geoffrey writes: (10/31 12:04 pm) It is 11:55 am on Friday and I just purchased 6 tickets for the Trilogy Showing at the Paramount in Montreal using movietickets.com.

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July writes: (10/31 9:22 am) Hi. I was on the phone just now with Famous Players head office in Toronto, and they said that they had changed the online time of purchase from noon on the 31st (today) to midnight last night. I tried buying at 9am and I got tickets - but i did notice that the Richmond Hill Silver City isn't allowing ticket sales.

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Khuffie writes: (10/31 8:48 am) I was able to buy tickets for the trilogy at Famous Players Paramount Theatre in downtown Toronto (tickets actually went on sale 20 minutes before midnight). After checking today morning, there still seems to be tickets available, so who-ever wants to get 'em should get 'em fast! I have an inclination they won't last as soon as more people find out about this...