Avengers: Endgame is almost here and there’s no shortage of excitement among fans around the world. This also means it’s a mad rush to get a ticket for the first weekend given everyone wants to see which of the zillions of fan theories are true, and no one wants to find out what happens through spoilers.
According to online ticket booking site BookMyShow, the 22nd film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become the fastest to sell one million tickets in India. A million tickets were sold in 24 hours, which means the platform sold 18 tickets per second across the country.
But that also means people have stories to share either about the cost at which they managed to book tickets, or their failure to get one. The craze for tickets is a global one and the exorbitant prices of tickets have left many in a tizzy.
Here are some of the best memes on trying to get tickets for Avengers: Endgame.
— L E R O S S A (@wan_azril) April 23, 2019
— ⭐KARTIK SINGHA⭐ (@kartksingha) April 23, 2019
— Shivam Shree (@iamShivamShree) April 23, 2019
— Debabrata Das (@Debabra47447409) April 23, 2019
Multiplexes : the movie tickets for Avengers End Game are very expensive
— Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) April 23, 2019
When I didn’t Get Endgame Tickets
*Le Torrent- pic.twitter.com/kepDrRWYEW
— Chotu Sarcastic🔥 (@ChotuSarcastic) April 22, 2019
*Me after buying Avengers Endgame tickets* pic.twitter.com/a0B8aRxeZp
— S h α s h ω α t (@_Shakti_maan) April 22, 2019
— SwatKat💃 (@swatic12) April 21, 2019
— Panditcasm (@Panditcasm) April 21, 2019
— Thompson naidu (@naiduthompson) April 21, 2019
— Bibhash Barman (@BibhashBarman6) April 21, 2019
— Single Hu👁 (@singlehaqse) April 21, 2019
— Ashutosh Singh (@ashusarcastic) April 21, 2019
— Vaibhav… (@lamevaibhav) April 21, 2019
— HalfGamer (@ThisIsHalf) April 21, 2019
After buying my Avengers Endgame premier ticket😪💔 pic.twitter.com/257ZHjnc5Z
— Anesuishe J. Chiwara (@nenechiwara) April 20, 2019
“(Ending) is not a scary word,” Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said. “It’s a necessary word.”
“People can debate and discuss what that means before they see the movie,” Feige said. “But for us that means bringing to a conclusion the first three phases, the first 22 films in the MCU, so that everything thereafter is a new start.”