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AMC Theatres Offering ‘The Batman’ NFTs for Advance Ticket Purchases

Following a successful debut with Spider-Man: No Way Home, AMC Theatres is returning to the non-fungible token space, offering all advance ticket purchase holders for Warner Bros. Pictures’ The Batman a limited-edition The Batman NFT. Tickets, which go on sale Feb. 10, must be purchased by the end of the day (ET) Feb. 14 for showtimes through March 6. There is a limit of one NFT per transaction.

The NFT market revolves around collectibles, including digital artwork, sports cards, and similar artifacts that can create market value based on consumer interest.

The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson as the caped crusader, Zoë Kravitz, Barry Keoghan and Paul Dano, debuts on March 4.

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To qualify for the complimentary NFT, consumers must purchase their advance ticket or reserve it through AMC Stubs A-List at any AMC location in the United States, and the ticket must be scanned in the theater. The ticket purchase or reservation must take place through AMCTheatres.com or on the AMC mobile app. AMC will deliver the NFT codes and redemption instructions (which requires registration with Palm NFT Studio) via email on March 8 to the email address used during the ticket transaction.

Additionally, those who purchase tickets for special pre-release fan events and attend the events, including DC Presents: The Batman Fan First Premieres exclusively in Imax on March 1 (tickets on sale Feb. 8) and AMC Investor Connect screening on March 2, can receive the NFT.

The NFT will be redeemed from the nft.dcuniverse.com platform created by Palm NFT Studio and is subject to its terms and conditions. Palm NFT Studio provides bespoke creative services for artists and rightsholders building on the Palm network, a new NFT ecosystem for culture and creativity, built efficiently with Ethereum.

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