‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Advance Tickets Have Crashed the Internet
With Marvel’s most anticipated film yet coming in less than a month, tickets have just gone on sale less than 24 hours ago; and it appears as though Spider-Man: No Way Home advance tickets crashed the Internet.
At midnight on Monday morning, it was the scheduled release date for advance tickets to see Spider-Man: No Way Home; and fans were more than ready for it.
Just minutes after various sites had the tickets up for sale, many of the servers crashed one by one; leading many to delay their ability to get their Spider-Man: No Way Home advanced tickets.
Some of the most notable and widely used ticket selling platforms experienced an overhaul of consumer activity that led to their subsequent, temporary, shut down until a solution was found.
— Pearl (@wonryong) November 29, 2021
AMC, Regal, Fandango, and Alamo Drafthouse all experienced massive activity in the early hours of the morning, leading to each site being taken offline temporarily.
Most websites are still having issues with the overwhelming demand for Spider-Man: No Way Home; with AMC introducing a queue for site visitors to wait until their purchase can be assessed and processed.
In other news, the second that Spiderman No Way Home tickets went live…. Cinemark, AMC, Regal & Fandango all crashed. The hype is REAL #SpiderManNoWayHome
— Josh Monczewski (@joshmonboy) November 29, 2021
Fans took to Twitter to express their collective concern- some bordering on sheer terror- at the unavailability of the tickets after they hit the market.
The overwhelming demand, and this advance ticket fiasco, should show us all one very important thing; Spider-Man: No Way Home is Marvel’s most anticipated film to date.
— ziggy (@rndmburner) November 29, 2021
When considering the collective anticipation over just who could appear in the film, the adoration for the MCU by moviegoers, and the marketing that has perfectly balanced what they have teased and what they’ve withheld; the film is reaching a level previously unseen by some of the biggest MCU films.
It’s clear, Spider-Man is in a league of his own; if you want any proof, look no further than the fact that Spider-Man: No Way Home advance tickets have crashed the internet.