We reported over the weekend that a new concept was hitting theatres: the MoviePass. This idea makes quite a bit of sense, and if you’re an avid movie-goer, the prices that are getting tossed around could be quite enticing. We’ve learned that the MoviePass service, which allows you to subscribe and go to as many screenings you’d like each month, will be costing around $50 for a subscription. Um, I dropped $50 last time I went to see a movie with 3 friends, so this makes quite a bit of sense.
Do you love 3D or IMAX films? That’s no problem, as the service has built-in surcharges of $3 which will grant you access to the upper-echelon productions. Now, this may not include concessions, so you’ll have to fork out there, but if you go see a movie a week, it absolutely justifies the $50 subscription fee. This should get you amped, if you love seeing things on the big screen.
The service is making a test run this weekend in San Francisco, so we’ll have more information after that. We just wanted to give you a little update regarding pricing information. We were expecting higher and were pleasantly surprised. Let’s hope the cost stays in that range, because if it does, going to the movies will never be the same. MoviePass: I’m a fan. Hook a brother up.
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