Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp will be out in theaters soon, and it’s bound to give every movie lover and superhero enthusiast a roller coaster ride in and out of the quantum realm.
But if movie ticket prices make you feel like the universe has thrown a giant Hello Kitty Pez dispenser at you, at Gateway Cineplex, you can enjoy Ant-Man and the Wasp at a shrinked price of admission – that’s the quantum realm working for you – if you are a loyal user of the Piip app or if you download the Piip app from the iOS Store or Google Play Store.
This one-time only deal exclusively for Piipsters who visit Gateway Cineplex in Gateway Mall, Araneta Center gives movie fans a limited offer to get Ant-Man and the Was tickets for only P150 on its first day screening on Wednesday, July 4, 7:00 p.m. at Cinema 9.
Simply browse the Piip Billboard on the app and locate the promo, click the “Piip It!” button, and reserve your slots with a chat with the app’s representative. Claiming of the P150 reserved tickets is from June 30 at the Piip both at the Gateway Cineplex lobby until July 4. Just show your Piip app reservation and a valid ID for verification. And the deal is you have to have the Piip app on your phone if you want to go home with not just a wild cinematic experience but some game prizes as well.
Araneta Center’s Gateway Cineplex has always given moviegoers added treats like original movie merchandise as prizes for pocket activities, cosplayers that roam around the mall and Cineplex for photo ops, and so much more.
In special cases, young fans participated in meet-and-greet activities with official movie mascots of Despicable Me 3 (Gru and some minions), Spider-Man Homecoming with the actual Spider-man stuntman in the movie, Sherlock Gnomes (a host of Smurf characters), and Ninjago (Lloyd), among others.
Gateway Cineplex is located at the 4th Level of Gateway Mall, Araneta Center. Follow their Facebook page @GatewayandAliMallCineplex for more fab promos and exciting events.
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