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20 Thoughts Marvel Addicts Had When Trying To Get ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Tickets

Trying to purchase tickets gave me the same emotional roller coaster the film is probably going to give all of us.

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20 Thoughts Marvel Addicts Had When Trying To Get ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Tickets

Everyone knows seeing a Marvel movie opening night is a huge deal. With Marvel leaving us with a cliffhanger the last time we saw all our favorite characters combined into one movie, there was a rush to get tickets for the new upcoming film, Endgame. I'm sure I can say this for everyone, trying to get tickets was a bit of a nightmare. But, I'm sure I can also say, fans did "whatever it takes" to get a seat to see what happens after the snap.

1. Gotta get up before 8:00 am

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I don't know about anyone else, but I set 8 alarms...just to be safe.

2. Low-key freaking out when the clock hit 7:59 a.m.

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One minute, one minute, one minute! *watches the second hand on the Clock App on my iPhone*

3. OMG it's 8:00 a.m.

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GO, GO, GO, GO, GO!

4. Does that say it's an hour wait just to purchase a ticket?

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Has this ever happened before? Is this normal? Is this a joke?

5. What the f*ck Fandango!?

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How many people actually want tickets that I need to wait an hour just to purchase them?

6. Let me try the actual AMC website

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Everyone uses Fandango, no one would actually go to the theater website to buy their tickets. Right?

7. What do you mean error?

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This gif represents my feelings towards both sites at this point.

8. Are there any other theaters near me?

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Google maps became our best friend today.

9. How far am I willing to travel to see this movie?

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I mean, I'll go to another city, town, or even state.

10. I will literally purchase a ticket for any time.

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*snaps* there goes my sleep schedule.

11. Will I not be able to see it opening night?

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I've been waiting for this movie for a whole year, I woke up early to purchase tickets, and I can't have anything spoiled.

12. Ok I think I have to start crying now.

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Like when Tom Holland died in "Infinity War" crying.

13. If every movie theater showed this movie in every single one of their theaters, it could solve the ticket issue. 

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This would probably be the easiest way to go about this. *sigh* If only.

14. Why were sites not more prepared for this?

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It's as if the fans were Hulk, and Thor was every single website selling movie tickets.

15. Ok if I can't see it opening day I have to delete all social media accounts, I cannot have any spoilers.

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I can't risk anything. Goodbye world until I see this movie.

16. Why does the world hate me

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I'm a good person who just wants to see a 3 hour and 2 minute movie that I've been waiting a year to see.

17. Someone is probably having a relaxing day right now knowing they got opening night tickets while I'm over here having a meltdown.

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I bet they're all laughing at everyone panicking right now.

18. Wait, they released a new trailer?

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*screams*

19. Wow Marvel loves to mess with my feelings.

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They really got me when they showed Tony holding a photo of him and Peter.

20. "Whatever it takes."

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When you've been searching for 5 hours and finally find a place with opening night tickets.

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