2.0 Advance Ticket Booking: Wow! Amazon, Paytm, ICICI Bank offering big discounts for Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar film
2.0 Advance Booking: Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar starrer 2.0 is set to get released on November 29 and the advance ticket booking has already started in the United States and the United Kingdom and even in India. The advance ticket bookings are available Chennai, Hyderabad and some other areas as well.
The first of its kind Indian film, 2.0 has been reportedly made with a massive budget of over Rs 600 crore. According to south Indian film’s trade analyst Ramesh Bala, the film’s advance ticket booking has been valued at Rs 120 crore. On the other hand, it was estimated that the film may have earned over Rs 350 crore by selling its various rights like Satellite Rights and Digital Rights.
Some reports claimed that the advance ticket booking will be thrown open for public tomorrow. On the other hand, Bala hinted in a tweet that the advance ticket booking may start early next week. However, Amazon, Paytm, ICICI Bank has already been offering discounts to users for whom the advanced ticket booking is available now. Check out the offers:
Amazon Offer: Amazon offers a cashback of up to 255 or Rs 150 if you book tickets through Bookmyshow and make payment using Amazon Pay.
ICICI Bank Paytm Offer: Use promo code “ICICINB” for booking minimum of 2 movie tickets every Saturday and/or Sunday on Paytm Movies using ICICI Bank Internet Banking, and get flat 100 cashback on booking 2 tickets.
PVR offers: If you are booking tickets at PVR site, then there are a number of offers available for you. You can get a cash back up to Rs 200 through Paytm, cash back up to Rs 150 though Airtel Payments Bank, cash back up to Rs 200 using PhonePe, and 24 free movie tickets using PVR Kotak Credit Card amonth other offers.
If you are in the region where 2.0 ticket booking is still not open for you, then you will have to wait for a day or two. The offers are likely to be available next week as well.
The film is expected to earn Rs 70 crore on box offices on day 1 in India including Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malyalam among others.