With the expense of movies lately, I know a lot of you don’t even go to the Theaters. You either wait for it to release on DVD or maybe even the $1 theater. If you have one of those in your area.
So, they invented MoviePass.
It’s a monthly rate, much like Netflix and you get to see 1 movie a day. Yeah, you heard me, one movie a day. Sounds kind of crazy. Who can see one movie a day? I could maybe sneak off and try it out lol.
Basically, you join up for the MoviePass service and you get a MP card. You reserve your ticket and then use the MP card at the movie kiosk. You can see 1 major motion picture a day. You reserve your tickets using a smartphone app.
If I didn’t explain it, here is a great promo vid:
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More about MoviePass:
MoviePass, an all access pass to movie theaters nationwide. For one flat monthly fee you will get access to all of the biggest releases in theaters. It’s a great way to watch all the nominees and winners without breaking the bank.
MoviePass works at 95% of theaters nationwide. Click here to find theaters near you. Members can see a movie a day for one low monthly fee. There are no black out dates and all first run major releases are available. Some restrictions apply.
With the price of movie tickets skyrocketing, MoviePass is a great way to stretch your entertainment budget and stay up-to-date on all of the biggest and latest releases. New York Times said: “With MoviePass, see a movie a day without breaking the bank.”
How Does MoviePass work?
MoviePass is a simple to use service that allows you to cut the lines at the movie theaters. When you join MoviePass you will receive your very own MoviePass VIP card that you can use at 95% of movie theaters where major credit cards are accepted. Simply…
1. Download the App (available on both iOS and Android)
2. Check into the theater and movie you want to see
3. Use your MoviePass VIP card to pick up your ticket at the kiosk.