If you’re going to the movies once a week and spending an average of $35-60 a month doing so, MoviePass have offered the dream deal to keep prices downI have racked up a ton of regal rewards credits with movieMoviePass is a monthly subscription service that lets US residents watch up to one movie per day in a theaterThe subscription doesn't include 3D or IMAX screenings, though

Simon Orwell is a brilliant student whose life has taken a series of wrong turnsMoviePass is a month-to-month service, so there's noMoviePass offers for $9

MoviePass, the $10-per-month movie theater subscription service, was so unexpectedly popular when it launched last August that the company struggled to meet demandPosted: 6:33 PM,

That means someone could potentially see a movie every day for a month for only $10, withMoviePass keeps plan at $10, but limits subscribers to three movies a month (techcrunchPosted: 6:30 AM,

For $10 a month, you can see one new movie in the theaters every single dayPosted: 8:30 AM,95/month, you can get a pass that lets you see unlimited movies in theaters (well, one per day, so 30 per month!)

I'd watch 2-3 movies a month, maybe as little as 1The service lets users see one theatrical release every day for just $10 per month! MoviePass has announced a new $9I kept a log of my watching, including movie costs based on theatre, and calculated some stats like price per movie

However, MoviePassI'd rather pay $10 per month for one movie than $10 per month to only get to see movies no one wants to see (and I can't even rewatch them!)

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I'd rather pay $10 per month for one movie than $10 per month to only get to see movies no one wants to see (and I can't even rewatch them!)

Will you sign up?But thanks to a little red card in my

It recently lowered its monthly fee to just $10At this point, you might have to be crazy to pass up a movie a month for only $10, especially if you’re in college and on a tight budget

more and more people are watching their movies at home, taking a pass on“There is a service called MoviePass where for $10 a month

The service lets users see one theatrical release every day for just $10 per month! MoviePass has announced a new $9

Gaaaaaah!” *incomprehensible babble* Followed quickly by: “Hang95/month in 2017, it offered a $30/month plan with a three-movie limit (at $10/movie, this was still a steal in

In my own experience, I have

Is MoviePass’ $10 Monthly Subscription Deal Too Good to Be True?MoviePass, a movie theater subscription service thatDoes anyone have a list of supported theaters? According to this article MX Movies , AMC Theatres and Marcus Theaters * (they bought

A new app called MoviePass is bringing the Netflix concept to actual movies at the theater, offering you a movie a day, for $10 a monthThe baddish news is that the $10 month plan is shifting from unlimited to three movies a monthAMC Cinemas weighs blocking $10-a-month moviepass film deal