Avengers: Endgame Presales Crashes Booking Sites In Singapore, Long Lines Form At Shaw Lido

With tickets reportedly reselling for US$10,000 in the US, it looks like Singaporeans are not taking a chance with their opening day tickets for Avengers: Endgame.

As ticket sales started this morning in Singapore, eager fans who prepped themselves for the online ticketing battle at the major cinema chains – Shaw, Eng Wah, Filmgarde, Cathay, and Golden Village, were left disappointed as the portals for Cathay and Golden Village crashed, or became unresponsive.

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This is some next level ticket camping right here.

At Shaw, those who could queue saw that they were on a waiting list that had at least 7,000 others waiting to buy their tickets.

Luckily, some fans know that’s not the only way to buy their tickets.

Alas, the all-powerful Thanos has the upper hand, as the swathe of social media grumbles grew as time passed.

While it appears that the online booking systems are taking a beating, Cathay is asking customers to buy tickets using their mobile app.

And as expected, folks have already started selling their tickets online, at premium prices:

It will be a long battle ahead as Avengers: Endgame arrives in cinemas this April 24. And remember to prepare yourself, as the movie is 3 hours and 2 minutes long.