Atom Tickets
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Atom Tickets

by Atom Tickets
Rated: Guidance Suggested

Guidance Suggested

The content of this skill is appropriate for most users. This skill may include:
  • Account linking
  • Advertisements
  • User-generated content
  • Personal information collection
  • Location detection or location-based services
  • Nudity or descriptions of nudity within medical, informational or artistic contexts
  • Infrequent or mild references to cultural or religious intolerance
  • Infrequent or mild realistic, cartoon, or fantasy violence or descriptions of violence
  • Infrequent or mild references to alcohol, tobacco and drugs
  • Infrequent or mild sexual and suggestive themes
  • Infrequent use of mild profanity and crude humor
  • Music and video skills may occasionally include strong profanity and sexual or suggestive themes

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Description

LET’S TALK TICKETS

The Atom Tickets skill for Amazon Alexa is the easiest way to buy movie tickets hands-free. Hear which new movies are playing near you and buy tickets in a few simple steps. Atom sends your digital tickets straight to your email and you never have to print them out.

BUY MOVIE TICKETS: Ask Alexa to buy movie tickets with Atom Tickets so you can skip the box office lines.

CHOOSE YOUR FORMAT: Buy movie tickets for standard movie showtimes, plus all premium formats like IMAX movies, RealD 3-D movies and more.

RESERVED SEATING: The Atom Tickets skill for Amazon Alexa is the only movie ticket skill that lets you buy tickets at theaters with reserved seating.

USE AMAZON PAY: Simple, seamless, secure. Check out with Amazon Pay to buy movie tickets without reaching for your credit card.

DIGITAL TICKETS: No printer? No worries. With Atom, you scan your ticket at the theater straight from your phone, which will be sent in an email to the account associated with your Amazon Pay.

With Atom Tickets, going to the movies is easier than ever—just ask Alexa!

Skill Details

  • Rated: Guidance Suggested.

    Guidance Suggested

    The content of this skill is appropriate for most users. This skill may include:
    • Account linking
    • Advertisements
    • User-generated content
    • Personal information collection
    • Location detection or location-based services
    • Nudity or descriptions of nudity within medical, informational or artistic contexts
    • Infrequent or mild references to cultural or religious intolerance
    • Infrequent or mild realistic, cartoon, or fantasy violence or descriptions of violence
    • Infrequent or mild references to alcohol, tobacco and drugs
    • Infrequent or mild sexual and suggestive themes
    • Infrequent use of mild profanity and crude humor
    • Music and video skills may occasionally include strong profanity and sexual or suggestive themes
    This skill contains dynamic content.
    This skill contains dynamic content, which is content that is updated real-time based on inputs from the developer. The maturity rating associated with this skill pertains only to the content of the skill at the time of the submission.
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Supported Languages

English (US)

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