**MOVIEPASS: NEW TIERS OF PLAN & CREDITS SYSTEM**
MoviePass has launched new tiers of subscription options, including a basic plan of $10 per month, a standard plan of $20 per month for three to seven movies, a premium plan of $30 per month for five to 11 movies, and a pro plan for $40 per month with up to 30 movies. There is a separate plan for customers living in Southern California and the New York metro area.
The different tiers revolve around the credits system, where every tier offers a varying number of credits per month. The Basic plan offers the least amount of credits, while the Pro plan offers the most. This credit system is affected by a film’s credit value, which can fluctuate depending on a number of factors, such as the day and time the movie is viewed.
Unused credits will be rolled over to the following month, with a maximum of two months’ worth of unused credits in an account. Customers will receive a MoviePass card within 10 to 15 business days, which is used to purchase tickets at supported theaters.
MoviePass has expanded its availability nationwide to support the movie theater industry during the critical summer season. According to a statement from CEO Mitch Lowe, the newly designed service offers members greater flexibility for their monthly credits and encourages them to watch movies in theaters.
Compared to other movie theater subscription plans, such as the $19.95 per month AMC Stubs A-List and the $18.99 per month Regal Unlimited plan, MoviePass is cheaper and available at a wider variety of theaters. However, unlike these subscriptions, MoviePass does not offer additional perks like free popcorn or other concessions discounts.
– Twitter users who tested the service