With subscription services like Netflix and Spotify being SO popular nowadays, it was only a matter of time until movie theaters got in on the goods too!
AMC Theatres and MoviePass have teamed up to offer a pretty freakin' AH-MAZING movie-a-day subscription service.
Rolling out in both Boston, M.A. and Denver, C.O. the service will be offered for $35 a month for a movie-a-day and $45 if you want IMAX, RealD 3D, or AMC ETX to be included as well.
The VP of Guest and Digital Marketing for AMC, Brent Cooke, explained further:
"We have one clearly defined and shared goal, which is to drive more people to movie-going in the movie theater. It represents a good mix for us in terms of the experiences we are able to offer our guests and also represents a really good mix of consumer types who we think this would have the most appeal to."
WOW! Sounds like a really good deal for anyone that goes to the movies a couple times a month!
It's expected to launch on January 5, but will only be available on a first-come, first-served basis and with a limited amount of users allowed.
However, the one BIG thing in the fine print that needs to be known is that users can only see any movie ONCE.
So, if there's a movie like, say, Guardians of the Galaxy, that you absolutely love and want to see multiple times, you'd have to pay for the secondary screenings!
YIKES! Not the best fine print to have…
Would YOU pay for a movie-a-day subscription from AMC Theatres & MoviePass?
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