‘Avengers: Endgame’ Movie Tickets Are Going For Almost $10,000 on eBay
Want to go see Avengers: Endgame on the day it’s released? Hopefully you have money in the bank. Ticket sales for the final installment of the Marvel trilogy are up for grabs – but only if you’ve got the funds to pay for them.
Avengers: Endgame is slotted to debut on April 26, but tickets went on sale earlier this month on sites such as Fandango and AMC. Eager fans swiftly crashed the servers and wound up waiting in virtual lines for over an hour just for the opportunity to purchase them.
Obviously, not everyone who wants to see the movie will be able to attend on opening night. But here’s how much you’ll have to pay to score a ticket to one of
How much are ‘Avengers: Endgame’ tickets on eBay?
Ticket seekers headed over to resale sites in hopes of scoring those coveted first seating spots for the highly-anticipated film. But what they found there was disheartening whose last name isn’t Gates. A pair of tickets to a New York City showing at AMC theatres had bids of $9,199. Another pair at that same theatre had bids for $5,000.
Dine-in tickets for an Essex, New Jersey theatre were listed for $2,500 as a starting bid with a buy it now price of $15,000. Such a bargain, right?
‘Avengers: Endgame’ ticket sales are breaking records
It’s obvious that everyone is desperate to know what goes down in the third and final filmof the trilogy. Just six hours after being released, the movie ticket pre-sales numbers broke records originally held by Star Wars movies The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi and Rogue One and last year’s Avengers: Infinity War.
Marvel is performing exceptionally well at the box office, with most of their movies earning over $1 billion. Captain Marvel, Avengers: Infinity War, Black Panther, The Avengers, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Iron Man 3 all achieved this impressive milestone.
What will happen in the new ‘Avengers’ movie?
The trailer for the new film Avengers: Endgame starts off depressing but ends with a small glimmer of hope. In it, Iron Man is floating in space with only one day’s worth of oxygen. He seems resigned and ready to give up on life. Meanwhile, Cap and Black Widow are similarly discouraged, though at least they have each other.
As the dialogue goes:
Cap says: “We lost friends. We lost family. We lost part of ourselves. This is the fight of our lives.”
“This is gonna work,” Black Widow replies.
“I know it is… because I don’t know what I’m going to do if it doesn’t,” Cap responds ominously.
Will the good guys win? Will Thanos triumph? All will be revealed later this month.