Tom Holland and Jamie Foxx have revealed the date when the "Spider-Man: No Way Home" tickets will be available on sale.

The date was mentioned by the official Twitter handle of the "Spider-Man: No Way Home," while sharing a video featuring Holland and Foxx.

"It’s almost time to get your tickets for #SpiderManNoWayHome! Set those alarms for TOMORROW, November 29!" the Twitter handle captioned the video.

Holland began the video by explaining how tickets can be purchased on Spider-Monday. However, Foxx chimed in and corrected Holland that it was not Spider-Monday, but Cyber-Monday, which was usually the Monday that comes after Thanksgiving where retailers offer discounts to online customers.

While Holland agreed it can be called Cyber-Monday, Foxx went a step further and called the day, "Electro-Monday," considering his own character in the movie.

In a one minute, 11 seconds video, Holland and Foxx went on to discuss what name it should be, and eventually ended up deciding on "Spider-Monday."

At the end of the video, another cast member -- Jacob Batalon -- appeared, and joked Sony was not going to give away any free TVs, but that fans should still buy the movie tickets. "Spider-Man: No Way Home" is distributed by Sony Pictures and produced by Marvel Studios and Columbia Pictures.

However, a fan was curious to know to what time they should set their alarms to book the tickets, to which the official handle replied, "It varies theater-to-theater but some tickets will go on sale as early as 12:01am ET tonight! if you don’t see your theater then, keep checking!"

"Spider-Man: No Way Home" is slated to release exclusively in theaters on Dec. 17. The highly anticipated movie is directed by Jon Watts, and stars Zendaya, Willem Dafoe, Tom Hardy, Marisa Tomei, Alfred Molina and Angourie Rice.

Besides the Marvel movie, Holland will be next seen in an action-adventure movie, titled "Uncharted," which will release on Feb. 18, 2022. The movie is directed by Ruben Fleischer, and it stars Mark Wahlberg, Sophia Ali, Tati Gabrielle and Patricia Meeden.

Foxx, on the other hand, will feature in movies like "They Cloned Tyrone," "Day Shift," "God Is a Bullet," "All-Star Weekend," "Groove Tails," "Signal Hill," "Tyson" and "The Burial."

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Tom Holland is pictured at Comic Con Sao Paulo on Dec. 8, 2018 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Rebeca Figueiredo Amorim/Getty Images for Sony

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