He will then be able to choose the number of tickets he wants to purchase and the type of ticket he needs. After he makes his choices, he will be asked to submit his email address for confirmation purposes, and to receive his payment details. Before he enters his payment details, he can cancel the booking process or make changes to his selection. Either he is asked for his credit card details or switch card issue number for payment mode. (www.gulfcinema.com/home.php)
The biggest cinema chain in the United Kingdom, Odeon (www.odeon.co.uk), is a prime example of those which allow on-line booking for tickets. Although the review on its website design is critical (www.computing.co.uk, 2006), there is still plenty of content here that are useful to customers. Everything is explained simply and clearly, and the site is secure.
Online booking allows the customer personalized booking, wherein he can make changes with his choices without having to deal with an irate and exhausted operator. Usually, he would also receive regular email updates from the cinema where he buys his tickets.
Online booking also allows the customer to avoid long queues. Internet is so easy to use that a click of the mouse will take the customer to his desired website. Besides, internet has many extras to offer compared to the telephone line system.