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POTC Red Carpet Tickets Sell Out in 14 Days

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  • POTC Red Carpet Tickets Sell Out in 14 Days

    The Walt Disney Studios announced today that the $1,500 tickets to see the premiere of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End at Disneyland on May 19th are officially sold out, fourteen days after being put up for sale.

    Proceeds from the tickets are being donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

    Source: MarketWatch
    Last edited by disneytim; 04-30-2007, 08:43 AM.
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    Re: POTC Red Carpet Tickets Sell Out in 14 Days

    That's awesome that make-a-wish will be getting lots of $$

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      Re: POTC Red Carpet Tickets Sell Out in 14 Days

      I'm actually surprised it took a full 14days....I was panicking on day 2 of the sale thinking I would be shut out...maybe because it wasn't highly publicized is the reason it took so long to sell out? I stumbled upon the ticket sales one afternoon browsing the AP section of disneyland.com.
      Just countin' the days til the next visit!

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        Re: POTC Red Carpet Tickets Sell Out in 14 Days

        The website mentioned that seating for the premiere would be on a first purchase basis, do you think getting tickets the day they became available will get good seats?

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          Re: POTC Red Carpet Tickets Sell Out in 14 Days

          Originally posted by drewdawg199 View Post
          The website mentioned that seating for the premiere would be on a first purchase basis, do you think getting tickets the day they became available will get good seats?
          It's a bunch of bleachers facing a huge screen on TSI. I don't think there's such a thing as "bad seats."
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            Re: POTC Red Carpet Tickets Sell Out in 14 Days

            oooh maybe by GOOD seats they meant you get to sit closer to the Stars?! hahaha I wanna sit next to keef!
            Just countin' the days til the next visit!

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              Re: POTC Red Carpet Tickets Sell Out in 14 Days

              They're just not the reserved seats for invited guests.

              It is somewhat surprising that it did take 2 weeks to sell-out. However many of the similarly-priced benefit premieres are usually held in Beverly Hills, Hollywood and Westwood so I guess the location of this event discouraged some of "the usual suspects".
              "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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