During Comic-con, I was provided a sample Senitype collectible movie ticket, and wanted to share my impressions of the product. Starting off you may wonder, what’s a Senitype collectible movie ticket? It is individually numbered, glossy printed cardboard sleeve which houses a film frame from a movie (in my case, Captain America). Printed on the sleeve is a redemption code, which is tied to Hollywood Movie Money – which gives you $12 towards movie tickets. In one package you end up with a movie ticket, a film frame and a numbered commemorative piece of artwork.
Over the weekend I redeemed my Captain America credit, and printed off my HollyWood movie money. One of the nice things about the movie money (at least at my theater) is that the $12 credit was applied to both tickets I was purchasing – so my total for both tickets was $3. The film frame and the artwork are very nice; it is a nice presentation.
Where I think the Senitype Collectible movie ticket would be great is as a substitute for a theater gift card. Not only are you giving the gift of the movie, you are providing a little something extra for the recipient to enjoy. It’s just a little something special, which is probably what you’re looking for when giving a gift, no? You can get more info on the Senitype website.