Unlimited Movies For The Cost Of A Single Ticket

Unlimited Movies For The Cost Of A Single Ticket

Image via Mashable

Image via Mashable

Plenty of people love going to the movies. But nowadays, most of us would rather wait for a movie to hit RedBox then shell out $50 for tickets and popcorn. And don’t tell us you could just skip the popcorn! So, what’s a movie lover to do? Go broke at the box office? Not with MoviePass.

MoviePass is an app/subscription service that lets you see unlimited movies at the theater. And we’re not talking about the movie theater that only shows random documentaries. We mean popular chain movie theaters with all the latest hits. You simply subscribe to the service, check in to whatever movie you want to see using the app, and then swipe your MoviePass “debit card” at the theater. It’s almost like using Fandango except you’re not shelling out tons of cash every time.

So, what does a magical service like this cost? Well, originally it hiked all the way to $50, which isn’t all that bad if you’re an avid movie lover! They even had a limited plan that gave you access to three movies a month for $30.99 - another good deal depending on where you lived. But now, the deal of the century has arrived! Are you ready?

MoviePass is now offering you unlimited movies each month for only….DRUM ROLL..$9.95 a month. Yes, you read that right. $9.95 for one movie, two movies, 30 movies if you feel so inclined! Go see that movie that you weren’t so sure about. Go see that movie that has 0% on Rotten Tomatoes because you’re curious. Go see every single Oscar nominated movie because now you won’t go broke doing it!

Image via Mashable

Image via Mashable

MoviePass is totally commitment free, so you can cancel at any time. It also only applies to standard 2D movies, so if you’re an avid 3D or IMAX lover, this service probably isn’t for you. If you want more information before signing up, check out MoviePass.com.

(Story via Mashable)

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