MoviePass announces three new monthly plans for 2019

MoviePass announces three new monthly plans for 2019
It was a rough year for MoviePass, but the company isn't willing to surrender yet and plans to regain the lost ground come 2019. If you've been a MoviePass subscriber, you'll be pleased to know that a new set of plans will be launched next year.

In an interview with Variety, CEO Mitch Lowe revealed new information about his company's plans for 2019 and the fact they include the launch of new services for new and existing customers.

So, starting January, besides the current $9.95 plan, MoviePass will also launch three new tiers, each offering subscribers three movie tickets per month. The cheapest plan is called Select and costs between $9.95 and $14.95 per month (depending on region), but it will only enable subscribers to watch select movies on certain days.

Next in line is the All Access tier, which will be available for prices between $14.05 and $19.95. This one allows customers to watch any movie (standard screening only). Last but not least, the Red Carpet tier costs between $19.95 and $24.95 and includes one IMAX, 3D or other large-format screening each month.

MoviePass had major money issues due to its business model that wasn't profitable. However, the new plans should provide the company with a solid monetization structure that should put it back on its feet.



1. boriqua2000

Posts: 260; Member since: Mar 11, 2009

Moviepass doesn't work. The app always tells you that there aren't any more screenings at the theater you've selected regardless of what theater or time that you go. I paid for a year and they won't give me a refund. Customer service just tells you that they're working on it and hangs up. Paying for nothing. If there's ever a lawsuit against this company for fraud i would definitely put my name on that complaint.

4. sneaker1231

Posts: 8; Member since: Dec 08, 2018

they're thieves and jokes.

2. Nionx

Posts: 208; Member since: Oct 30, 2017

Works for me. I don't use it often but when I do there is a theater relatively close to me that allows for all screenings and in app ticket purchases. Not the most high end theatre but I have yet to miss a movie due to it not being available. Guess I'm lucky.

3. sneaker1231

Posts: 8; Member since: Dec 08, 2018

Netflix,Hulu,Amazon prime, youtube tv it is..... just a joke movie theaters are gonna lose money and close if they can't innovate properly... not bad but still a joke not gonna pay different tiers just to be restricted to specific show times and more period!

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