Sure is suspicious that whenever a major blockbuster goes on sale, this movie chain’s site conveniently goes down.
Avengers Endgame, Spider-Man No Way Home, now Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness all saw the site go down for 7-8 hours.
However, you could buy tickets at full price through Fandango. And it was discovered that if you log-in to the chain’s app WITHOUT their $20/month A-List membership, you were able to buy tickets at full price.
And it’s always 7-8 hours.
And their CEO never pledges to fix their alleged “server traffic” problem.
Almost like it’s by design, forcing their subscribers to pay twice.
Are they playing games because they’re still struggling financially?
Why aren’t they just implementing policy upfront that big-ticket pre sales don’t apply to A-List?
Sounds like foul play.
CEO: Adam Aron
Adam Maximilian Aron is an American businessman and the chairman and CEO of AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc. More recently, he became a co-owner of the Philadelphia 76ers, additionally serving as its CEO from 2011 to 2013.
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