Time Warner Cable holding exclusive ticket giveaway for customers to watch ‘The Amazing Spider-Man™’ before hits theaters

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Time Warner Cable holding exclusive ticket giveaway for customers to watch ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ before hits theaters

Free Ticket Giveaway Part of ‘Enjoy Better’ Campaign from Time Warner Cable

Time Warner Cable will hold a ticket giveaway for its customers to watch Columbia Pictures’ highly anticipated motion picture, The Amazing Spider-Man™, before it hits theaters nationwide on July 3rd. Beginning Wednesday, June 27, Time Warner Cable will give away tickets for New York City-area customers to attend an exclusive 3D screening of the movie on the evening of July 2 at the Regal E-Walk Stadium theatre in Times Square.

“We’re excited that our customers have the opportunity to be among the first to watch The Amazing Spider-Man,” said John Quigley, Time Warner Cable’s Regional Vice President of Operations for New York City. “These tickets are sure to go fast, so Spider-Man fans should come to our stores early for a chance to secure free tickets to the July 2 screening.”

Time Warner Cable residential customers in good standing can pick up a pair of tickets per account beginning the morning of Wednesday, June 27, at the following Time Warner Cable retail store locations (tickets will be given out on a first come – first served

  • Manhattan: At both Time Warner Cable stores in Manhattan, located at 46A East 23rd Street (between Park Ave. South & Broadway) and 2554 Broadway (at 96th Street). Both stores open at 8 a.m.

Customers who visit the store locations will also be able to receive special The Amazing Spider-Man branded ear buds, while supplies last. Moviegoers to the special screening on July 2 will be treated to complimentary snacks and will be given gift bags.

Time Warner Cable’s New York City footprint serves over 1.3 million customers in four New York City boroughs (Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island and western Brooklyn), Mt. Vernon, Hudson Valley (Orange, Sullivan, Ulster Counties and parts of Dutchess, Greene and Delaware Counties), and Bergen and Hudson Counties in New Jersey.