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A Golden Ticket for Skipping Movie Queues

Moviegoers Can Now Print Passes at Home


State Street movie-goers may never have to wait in line at the box office again. The Metropolitan Theatres Corporation announced today that it will introduce print-at-home ticketing technology for its theaters downtown. Tickets may be purchased online through MovieTickets.com, and presented directly to ticket-takers at the Arlington, Metro-Four, Fiesta Five, and Paseo Nuevo theatres as early as Friday, May 25.

For further convenience, the corporation has added a self-service ticket dispenser at Goleta’s Camino Real Cinemas.

Kristina Kurasz is an Independent intern.

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