Fandango starts offering paperless tickets to the movies
In New York City, the service is available at City Cinemas 1,2 & 3, Angelika Film Center, E. 86th Street Cinemas, Village East Cinemas, Beekman Theater, The Paris Theater. In New Jersey, the Manville 12 plex will accept your paperless ticket. In Houston? Try the Angelika Film Center to use the Fandango system. In Dallas/Plano, the paperless ducats are accepted at the Angelika Dalls and the Angelika Plano. On the West Coast, San Diego theaters accepting the barcodes are the La Mesa Grossmont Center and the Clairemont Town Square Stadium. Bakersfield movie-goers can use their phone at the Valley Plaza 16. In Sonoma Country, the Rohnert Park 16 will scan the code. Finally, if you're lucky enough to be in Hawaii, why the heck are you going to the movies? But if you are, the paperless tickets will be accepted at Ward Stadium, Kahala Stadium, Kapolei 16 and Mililani Stadium. The paperless program has advantages. It's harder to lose your cellphone than it is misplacing a paper ticket, it saves the trees, and it is quicker to scan a phone than a ticket. One disadvantage: it's harder to rip a cellphone in half. Fandango isn't the only company working on paperless tickets as MovieTickets.com has a similar program undergoing testing.
source: Fandango via TechCrunch