Tickets to ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ are finally on sale — here’s how to buy them

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Tickets to ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ are finally on sale — here’s how to buy them

Fans of the mega “Star Wars” franchise can now feel one step closer to the Dec. 15 premiere of its next installment, “The Last Jedi.” Tickets are finally on sale.

Regular showtimes are slated to start 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 14, the evening before the big day, but special events will get you an early screening. 

Prices vary by theater and feature type (IMAX, RPX, etc.).

Here’s where to buy yours:

If you purchase via Fandango, you’ll be gifted a “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” poster from the FanShop (while supplies last).

On Fandango, you can request up to nine reserved seats per transaction.

If you purchase via Cinemark, you’ll be able to snag a double feature of “The Force Awakens” and “The Last Jedi.”

If you purchase via Alamo Drafthouse, you’ll have the option of buying exclusive “Star Wars” collectibles, including Mondo pint glasses and an all-Star Wars issue of “Birth.Movies.Death” while supplies last.

If you purchase via Atom, you’ll also have the option of buying an exclusive “Star Wars” collectible, while supplies last.

Your local movie theater

Visit your local movie theater website, give them a call or show up at the box office for more information.

Several Atlanta movie theaters are offering IMAX and RPX features beginning Thursday, Dec. 14, the evening before opening day.

IMAX at AMC will be giving away free poters and IMAX at Regal will be offering the first 500 customers collectable tickets on Saturday showings in December, the Verge reported.

To find IMAX or IMAX 3D shows at select theaters, visit the IMAX website.

If your favorite theater is known to sell out quickly, make your purchase soon.

May the force be with you.

Premium Lucasfilm events

Lucasfilm announced three events for fans to catch the show an hour before everyone else (6 p.m. local time on Dec. 14).

Enjoy exclusive content and collectibles. According to the Verge, prices vary between $25 to $30, depending on your theater.

Catch “A Force Awakens” and “The Last Jedi” back-to-back Thursday and will receive fun concessions and collectibles, but the specific offerings vary by theater. Tickets are approximately $40.

Megafans can catch all eight movies for approximately $100. “Rogue One” is not on the list. Fans will also receive collectibles and concessions at the marathon event.

Watch the full “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” trailer below:

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