It’s the latest example of a theater chain seemingly recognizing there’s a clear appetite for unlimited movie ticket subscriptions, as made evident by the popularity of MoviePass and Sinemia — though those services have struggled to keep their heads above water financially.
According to Variety, the three pricing tiers ($18, $21 and $24) will all offer unlimited tickets and will vary based on theater location, unlike the state-based pricing of AMC’s year-old Stubs A-List service.
If you subscribe to a tier that doesn’t cover a theater at which you’d like to watch a movie (say, a venue in Midtown Manhattan), there’ll likely be a surcharge for a ticket.
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