Paperless Ticketing

Published: 01st September 2015 05:08 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st September 2015 05:08 AM   |  A+A-

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QUEEN’S ROAD:  INOX Leisure Ltd has paved way for hassle-free accessibility for patrons by introducing a mobile application that facilitates paperless entry. The service has been  introduced across all INOX multiplexes in Bengaluru and this is the first time such a facility has been introduced by any multiplex in the city.

Through the mobile application (paperless entry), INOX allows customers to book tickets through its  website/app/bookmyshow website. As soon as one books the ticket, a QR code is sent and the same code can be used to enter the theatre. That’s one less hassle for movie-goers to think about when going to watch a movie.

Mohit Bhargava, regional director (South), INOX Leisure Ltd, said, “We are extremely happy that for the first time in the city, we have introduced paperless tickets. We aim to make movie watching a hassle-free experience while contributing to the environment.Besides Bengaluru, we have introduced paperless tickets in Chennai and Mumbai."

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