MoviePass allows subscribers to watch a new movie in theaters every day for $9.95 a month

MoviePass originally launched in 2011 and offered a new way of getting out and watching movies. The idea was simple - rather than pay for every single movie, you could sign up for a subscription that would allow you to pay a monthly flat rate, and enjoy multiple movies a month. Although the company has trialed many different types of plans over the years, today, they announced that it would be offering its lowest priced plan to date.

With the new $9.95 plan, subscribers will be able to enjoy one new movie, every 24 hours. Although there aren't any blackout dates, the subscription will not allow users access to 3D or IMAX showings. This is quite a deal for those that like to watch quite a lot of movies but have been hesitant to attend theaters amid rising ticket costs.

The subscription has created partnerships with major theater chains like AMC, Regal, Cinemark, and more. It is available to be used at over 91 percent of theaters in the United States.

Source: Variety

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