On November 30, a man named Daniel Moreno from Mexicali, Baja California, bought his tickets to be among the first to see ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’, however, he made a mistake, because he published the photo of the QR code from the Cinepolis app and on the day of the show, then someone else used the image to enter the room.
“You have already become champions! No lines or anything, “wrote Daniel excited on that occasion. In the confirmation of your purchase you can see that there were four tickets, two for adults and two for children, which you had purchased; and that the function would be on December 16 at the Cinepolis Plaza San Pedro.
The day came, but to the man’s surprise, someone else had used the QR code to enter to see the movie. On Facebook Daniel Moreno published a photo where he is seen sitting on a bench looking at the floor and wrote: “they went overboard, I never thought that someone could be like that. They stole the QR code of the tickets ”.
Finally he commented resignedly: “Anyway, life goes on and I hope those people do well and need them more than I do.”
In the comments, many people made fun of his situation, while others advised him to speak with the staff of the complex to see if he could obtain a solution, they also commented that he had to show the proof of payment that comes to the email so that they enter to the room and take out the abusers.
‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ hit theaters in Mexico on Wednesday, December 15, two days before, in the United States, and the first reports indicate that, just that day, it raised $ 9 million dollars, exceeding the Figures from ‘Avengers: Endgame’.
In the United Kingdom the figure was also similar, since on the day of the premiere it managed to sell $ 10.1 million at the box office. In total, in all the countries in which it was released on the 15th, the collection is $ 43.4 million dollars, so it is shaping up to be one of the highest-grossing films of the year.
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The networks boasted the QR code of his ticket for ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ and it was stolen