Hoyts has paired up with PayPal to offer the ability to book and pay for movie tickets via your (Net-enabled) mobile phone, a potentially convenient option if you don't fancy hitting the Web. Payment can be made either by a standalone credit card or through a full PayPal account. There's a couple of catches — you can only book for movies today or tomorrow, there's a one-dollar booking fee which seems a tad unfair, and you still have to queue at the cinema to get an actual ticket — but it's a handy option if you want to be sure of snagging a seat for a competitive evening session. If you've found the service useful or useless, share your experience in the comments.
Hoyts Teams With PayPal For Mobile Movie Tickets
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