Star Wars: The Last Jedi Tickets To Go On Sale October 9th

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You may not have to wait too long in order to buy your tickets to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Reportedly, the tickets will go on sale as early as next week. You may have to book early since sessions times are sure to sell out very quickly.

As seen on a post on Reddit, an AMC employee has leaked a photo on when tickets for Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be on sale.

Tickets for the highly anticipated movie will go on sale on October 9th, 2017. A notification will be sent to cinemas telling them the exact time that they are allowed to sell tickets.

Due to tickets going on sale, there will also be a new trailer released for the movie. Mark Hamill recently slipped that a new trailer is to debut during an NFL game on Monday.

He quickly backtracked his statement, but now it seems as if he was telling the truth. Disney may have gave him a warning not to leak details too early to the public.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens had a huge Box Office weekend earning $248 million in its first three days of release.

Midnight sessions were sold out all around the world due to very high demand. Even though the film came out close to Christmas, it didn't deter fans from all around the world to check out the film.

It's hard to tell if Star Wars: The Last Jedi can match or better the performance of The Force Awakens' opening weekend.

Sometimes sequels can have a drop in opening weekend numbers as seen with Avengers: Age of Ultron compared to the original The Avengers.

However, Star Wars is more popular than Marvel currently so The Last Jedi could perform better than expected.

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