Few tickets remain for Friday screenings in Abbotsford of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.

Few tickets remaining for Star Wars screenings in Abbotsford

Not many available for Friday, Saturday tickets also being snagged for Rise of Skywalker

Do you have your tickets yet for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker?

If not, you better act fast as few tickets remain for tonight’s (Friday) showings at the VIP and Ultra AXV screens at Cineplex Cinemas Abbotsford.

The 6:30 p.m. VIP showing has just four regular seats, three wheelchair and three wheelchair companion seats available.

The 7 p.m. Ultra AVX showing has 41 seats in total available, with the majority being those in “neck pain city” aka – row AA.

The 7:30 p.m. VIP 3D showing also has just four regular seats, three wheelchair and three wheelchair companion seats available.

The 10:15 p.m. VIP showing has just 19 seats available (many in the neck pain city row), while the 10:40 Ultra AVX does have about half the seats available. The 11:15 p.m. VIP 3D showing also currently has 52 seats still available.

Tickets are still being sold for the both regular and 3D in the non-VIP theatres.

Tickets are also very scarce for many of the Saturday showings.

RELATED: VIDEO: ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ cast hits the blue carpet at world premiere

For more visit, cineplex.com/Theatre/cineplex-cinemas-abbotsford-and-vip.

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