*Yes, Amanda. You can see a movie a day for $10 a month with MoviePass.
Still not clear? Let me break it down for you. Once the MoviePass fully-loaded debit card is in your hot little hands, you can see Blade Runner on Monday, The Mountain Between Us on Tuesday, Flatliners on Wednesday…
…and by now you should more than get my drift.
No wonder the high-priced AMC Theater chain is working overtime to block consumers from this subscription-based service. But unfortunately for them, they aren’t working hard enough.
MoviePass is a legit service aiming to bring folks back into the movie theaters with a quickness.
Woo Hoo! This will definitely affect my moviegoing habits!
Here, dear readers, is everything you need to know about the service you may not have yet.
What exactly is Movie Pass?
Its a subscription-based service that allows you to see one movie per day for $9.99 per month.
How does it work?
When you sign up for MoviePass, you get a debit card mailed to you. When you’re ready to see a movie, MoviePass will load that debit card with the full cost of the ticket, which you then pay the theater. The only cost you pay is your $10 a month to MoviePass.
Where can I get it?
You can sign up for free. Just click on the link MoviePass.com or copy and put it in your browser.
I know AMC is trying to block Movie Pass. What theaters can it be used at?
So far, AMC has been unsuccessful in its blocking attempts.
MoviePass says it works at 91% of theaters in the country, including chains such as Regal and AMC.
Reddit user xur17 made a handy website where you can enter your ZIP code to see what theaters around you accept MoviePass. In addition, you can download the MoviePass app on your smartphone and check there as well (iOS, Google Play).
Can I use Movie Pass to see ANY movie?
Yes, provided it is a standard, 2D showing — MoviePass will let you see any film that isn’t 3D or Imax.
More questions about MoviePass are answered at Business Insider