MoviePass announces new pricing plans for 2019

Starting on January 1st, MoviePass will offer a three-tiered subscription plan to movie tickets which will give its customers varying levels of access to the latest films in cinemas (via NYTimes). Although all three tiers will be limited to just three regular cinema showings a month, more expensive plans will remove restrictions on which films you can see, and will also offer limited access to Imax and 3D film screenings. The plans are a far cry from the original $9.95/mth one-film-a-day offering, but might give the beleaguered service a chance at survival. Prices start at $10 to $15 for the company’s Select plan, with the exact rate dependant on whether you want access to more expensive cinemas in big cities. This basic plan is similar... Continue reading…

MoviePass announces new pricing plans for 2019

Thu 6 Dec 18 from TechCrunch

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Thu 6 Dec 18 from Daily Mail

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Thu 6 Dec 18 from The Verge

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