Spider-Man: No Way Home Breaks The Historical Record For Ticket Presale In Spain


Spider-Man: No Way Home: With more than 130,000 tickets sold in its first 24 hours, it becomes the best advance sale record to date in Spain. Spider-Man: No Way Home intimidates with its possible records at the box office when there are still a couple of weeks left for its premiere. Sony Pictures has confirmed that the third adventure starring Peter Parker in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has broken the historical record for advance sales in Spain. We are talking about more than 130,000 tickets sold in its first 24 hours, a figure that had never been reached in our country.

Optimism despite the pandemic: maximum expectation for Spider-Man: No Way Home

Because one of the reasons why a new delay for Spider-Man: No Way Home had been considered in territories especially affected by COVID-19 was precisely the effect that this could have on the commercial performance of a blockbuster like the one that concerns us.

However, since the pre-sale of tickets for this tape began at 00:00 on December 1, the public reacted by making it clear that yes, they support superhero cinema and yes, they want to see what happens with Peter Parker (Tom Holland) , Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and company in a multiverse where familiar faces from the original Sam Raimi and Marc Webb sagas will be welcomed.

This record joins the record of views at the launch of its first trailer last August, which added more than 355 million visits worldwide in its first 24 hours.