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Regal will allow you to see Spectre once a day for a price

09.14.2015

How much James Bond is too much James Bond?

Regal Cinemas is offering up the chance for you to find your breaking point with the Ultimate Ticket for SPECTRE.

For 100 bucks, you'll be allowed to see the 24th James Bond film once a day for the movie's entire theatrical run at Regal theaters. With this opportunitiy only available to the first 1000 buyers willing to plunk down their money, those participating will also get their very own laser-etched steel collectible that shows off the SPECTRE symbol. Plus, each one will be personalized to have your name on it... in case you want to show all of your friends and family why you can't book any plans for a few months until SPECTRE is onto the home entertainment path.

Now don't think you can cheat Regal on this by passing the card around within a group hoping to save a few bucks over the long haul of 007's latest release. You're going to need photo ID every time you use the card and obviously it is non-transferrable. Also, you can't use it to buy your tickets online, so get ready to start flashing it at every Regal box office you visit.

I've heard of people seeing a movie multiple times in a theater, but this requires some serious committment. After all, if you're going to lay out the $100, you'd better damn well use the card as much as possible and get your money's worth. But can you even imagine seeing the same movie every day for a number of months? I sure can't... but I'd love to meet someone up to the challenge. I'd guess they have a lot of time on their hands.

SPECTRE is set to show up in theaters, Regal and otherwise, on November 6.

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1:13AM on 09/15/2015

WHo's going to be stupid enough

to fall this fuckin marketing scheme. Why paid a 100 if you can just go back early the next day and see it again. Its not like this is for a goddamn prize or anything. This is just straight out stupidity.
to fall this fuckin marketing scheme. Why paid a 100 if you can just go back early the next day and see it again. Its not like this is for a goddamn prize or anything. This is just straight out stupidity.
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11:21PM on 09/14/2015

so....

on the first day you go watch SPECTRE.
you really liked it, so the second day you go back to watch SPECTRE again.
then on the third day, you go to watch SPECTRE, use the bathroom, and then swiftly walk back into the Peanuts movie.
come December, you can probably rack in a few screenings of The Force Awakens.
on the first day you go watch SPECTRE.
you really liked it, so the second day you go back to watch SPECTRE again.
then on the third day, you go to watch SPECTRE, use the bathroom, and then swiftly walk back into the Peanuts movie.
come December, you can probably rack in a few screenings of The Force Awakens.
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6:20PM on 09/14/2015

Why?!

Who the hell is going to see this movie everyday while it's still in the theaters? I only plan on seeing it once (maybe) in the theater if time permits. Plus this is a cheap way to make people pay $100 and make a profit off it because they are most likely not going to see it more than 2 times. This would garner them $100,000 extra and most likely the amount that people really put into it total combined would be $1,000 to $2,000 worth. That is with an average ticket price of $15. To get your
Who the hell is going to see this movie everyday while it's still in the theaters? I only plan on seeing it once (maybe) in the theater if time permits. Plus this is a cheap way to make people pay $100 and make a profit off it because they are most likely not going to see it more than 2 times. This would garner them $100,000 extra and most likely the amount that people really put into it total combined would be $1,000 to $2,000 worth. That is with an average ticket price of $15. To get your money's worth you have to at least see the movie 6.6 times. That would make it a total of 6,666 times that all 100 buyers have to see this movie in order to make it worth a total of $100,000. What a pathetic attempt to increase the box office earnings to attempt to be the highest grossing film to day this year.
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5:44PM on 09/14/2015
If it as bad as the last one, Regal will have to pay me $100 to watch it!
If it as bad as the last one, Regal will have to pay me $100 to watch it!
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5:22PM on 09/14/2015
Well it looks like some people sure have a high opinion of this movie.... or Regal needs the money bad for some reason, probably the latter.
Well it looks like some people sure have a high opinion of this movie.... or Regal needs the money bad for some reason, probably the latter.
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