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AMC has announced that it will be giving away a limited quantity of NFTs (non-fungible tokens) for AMC Stubs (Premiere, A-List) and AMC Investor Connect members who make an advance ticket purchase for the opening day of Sony Pictures’ latest Spider-Man film, Spider-Man: No Way Home. While only 86,000 of these exclusive NFTs will be available, the offer marks the first time in which a major theatrical exhibitor has delivered a promotion centered around the rising asset that enables proof of ownership for digital items via the Ethereum blockchain. AMC’s Spider-Man NFTs come in over 100 unique designs and can be redeemed via Wax, an eco-friendly blockchain.

From AMC’s press release:

The NFT giveaway will be valid only for tickets purchased or reserved for December 16 showtimes in all formats at all AMC theaters in the United States, while supplies last. To qualify to receive the NFT, tickets must be purchased or reserved by members of AMC Stubs A-List, Premiere or Investor Connect on or on the AMC mobile app. Those members must have their AMC Stubs account number associated with the transaction, and the movie ticket must be scanned at the theatre when the guest arrives for the movie. If the ticket purchase is refunded or the ticket goes unused, or is not scanned, the NFT code will not be delivered.

With just 86,000 NFTs available through this particular promotion, these tickets are expected to go quickly. Guests should note that NFT codes and redemption instructions will be delivered to those who qualify via email on Dec. 22, 2021, and the NFT must be redeemed by March 1, 2022, at 11:59:59 PM ET.

Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released exclusively in cinemas on December 16. A new trailer for the film was shared two weeks ago, but it failed to confirm the popular theory that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Men will make an appearance in the final chapter of the trilogy.

Source: AMC

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