The latest among many is that OnePlus India has announced that it will give away 6,000 tickets for the upcoming Avengers movie, with everyone that has purchased a OnePlus device in India eligible to claim the tickets. Read more details.
The much-awaited movie ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ is all set to hit the theatres on April 27 and there is no end to the curiosity level to watch all the 22 superheroes fighting against the supervillain, Thanos.
As only few days have left for the movie’s release, it seems every minute detail related to the movie has become a part of every discussion of Avengers’ lovers.
But the latest among many is the good news for every fan. Any guesses?
OnePlus India has announced that it will give away 6,000 tickets for the upcoming Avengers movie, with everyone that has purchased a OnePlus device in India eligible to claim the tickets.
Like last year, the tickets will be redeemable via Paytm, and customers in ten cities- Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Kochi, Pune and Ahmedabad- will be able to claim tickets for the movie on either April 27, 28, or 29.
How to get the ticket
To claim the tickets, you'll have to head on over to OnePlus India's website, enter your OnePlus phone's IMEI number, select your city, and hit the "Get It" button to generate a coupon code for the ticket.
Once you receive the coupon code, hit up Paytm and select the show timing. The tickets will go live later this week, and you'll be able to select shows at the following theaters:
· Mumbai - PVR Icon Infiniti Mall Versova
· Pune - PVR Pune Market City
· Hyderabad - PVR Kukatpally Forum Sujana Mall
· Chandigarh - PVR Elante Mall
· Chennai - PVR Ampa Sky Walk Mall
· Kolkata - Cinemax Mani Square Mall
· Delhi - PVR DLF Mall of India
· Bangalore - PVR Forum Mall - Koramangala
· Kochi - PVR Lulu International Shopping Mall
· Ahmedabad - PVR Acropolis
OnePlus says that the ticket giveaway is the first of "several unique engagements" planned for its Indian community.
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