Is going to the movies something you’ve been neglecting? There’s no need to wait any longer to get your popcorn and see your favorite movie at its premiere if you answered yes. In addition, the movie theatres are likely to thank you for being fully immunized.
Free movie tickets are being offered to everyone who gets completely vaccinated by PVR cinemas, known as the “JAB” deal. More people will get immunized as a result of this campaign.
A vaccine isn’t just a preventative measure
it’s a lifelong defense against exposure to the virus. A complimentary movie ticket at any nearby PVR theatre is now yours if you obtain both dosages. According to the firm, a vaccinated guest will receive an additional ticket for free (BOGO).
On top of a free ticket, those who have been immunized will receive a free Popcorn Tub with the purchase of another during the first two weeks of the reopening period. They had no idea that the two doses of the COVID-19 vaccination would entitle them to such a slew of benefits.
Extending PVR Jab till August 12, 2021, is now possible
Except for the states of Telangana, AP, and Pondicherry, where PVR has the authorization to open cinemas, the deal applies to all films and all of those venues.
PVR also wants to offer its 11 million PVR Privilege Customers the opportunity to earn 2X points for both Tickets and Food Spends in addition to the offers for new customers, thus further extending the advantage to its regular patrons.
All movies, regardless of language or genre, are eligible for the discount. In addition, moviegoers can save up to Rs 150 on their second ticket purchase. Only a limited number of people can take advantage of this deal.
You can get a complimentary ticket on BookMyShow, as well as through PVR’s website, mobile app, and in the theatres, if you like.
In states where movie theatres can reopen, PVR began operating again on July 30. They had announced that all of their employees had received the COVID-19 vaccine. After allowing the reopening of theatres with half-full capacities, the Delhi government has now lifted the ban.