This Deal is insane. . .
This week, MoviePass formally made a major announcement for their service – introducing a new $10-a-month subscription price point. This means you can see any movie a day in theaters for $10 bucks a month at most major theaters like AMC, Regal, Cinemark and Marcus Corporation.
On their official app, you’ll have to sign up for the service and have a debit card mailed to your house for use every 24 hours on any movie. Those who already have subscribed to MoviePass, will have their payment adjusted in the next bill cycle. Originally, the service ran for $45 a month, but a new majority stake holder has drastically lowered the price – which has angered AMC Theaters.
With the average AMC ticket cost at $9.33, it’s pretty obvious why the cinema giant would be disgruntled by this move. For everyone who wants to sign up, check exact details check below.
What is MoviePass?
MoviePass is a subscription service that allows you to see one movie a day.
How Much Is It?
It’s 9.95 a month, flat monthly rate.
Can I really see as many movies as I Want for $10?
Yes, you can really see as many movies as you want a month, with no extra fees.
How many times can I use MoviePass a day?
Only one time a day, for one movie.
Are there any blackouts for new films?
No, you can see brand new films like Star Wars: The Last Jedi this Holiday.
Can MoviePass buy more than one ticket at a time?
No, when you select a showing, your card is loaded with funds for one single adult ticket.