MoviePass Gets Cheaper

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Who doesn’t love a day at the movies? While it’s not the cheapest date in the world, it no longer needs to break the bank. For one low monthly rate, you can join MoviePass. What was once a $9.95 per month charge has dropped to a price even lower than a single movie visit- $6.95 a month.

On top of this new low price, you will also get access to the streaming service, Fandor, which boasts the largest collection of indy films.

CEO of MoviePass, Mitch Lowe, spoke on this steep price drop,

“Our vision has always been to make the movie going experience easy and affordable for anyone, anywhere. With the current growth and support that we’ve seen within the last several months, our studio and exhibitor revenues and other marketing partnerships have motivated us to lower the price once again, offering movie lovers greater access to MoviePass.”


Once you sign up for MoviePass, the company will mail you a debit card that you will receive in two to three weeks.Use your MoviePass card like a form of payment at any movie theatre box office or kiosk.

In order to see the movie, you must purchase one ticket the day you plan on going. There are no pre-orders. You also cannot complete your purchase until you within 100 yards of a theatre.

Before going to a theatre, check to see if they accept MoviePass. Not all chains do, such as Regal and Cinemark.



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