Moviepass

Hi folks!

I just want to make sure you are all aware of the insanely-awesome subscription service that is Moviepass. Here’s what you need to know:

  • For $9.95/month (check the website for promotional prices) you can see one 2D movie, per day, in theaters.
  • That’s right – any 2D theatrical movie, regardless of release date.
  • Moviepass is accepted in over 90% of US theaters.
  • Once subscribed, Moviepass will send you a debit card in the mail to use for purchasing tickets.
  • To find a movie, download the Moviepass app, find your theater (you must use GPS and be within range of the theater), and “check in” to the movie you want to see.
  • Use the debit card at the register or any kiosk to purchase your tickets. (Moviepass will transfer funds to the card after you check in).
  • Watch your movie and do it again the next day!

I’ve had Moviepass since October and its been such a money saver. The app is notoriously bad (it has since been updated), but is worth the headache to essentially watch movies on the big screen for free.

Don’t wait! Subscribe today!

6 Comments

    1. You can’t pre-order online. Some theaters have e-ticketing where you can purchase your ticket through the app, but most require that you check in and buy the ticket at the theater. Once you check in you have 30 minutes to buy the ticket. (This is why you have to be in range of the theater). Moviepass automatically transfers money to the card and you use it to purchase the ticket as if you were using your own debit/credit card.

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    2. But, you can buy tickets at any time of the day. For instance, you can buy your tickets for a 10pm showing at say, 8am before you head to work or during your lunch break. As long as the show is for the same day you are all good.

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    1. It’s a really great deal. I wouldn’t endorse it if I didn’t use it myself. I’ve seen 14 movies so far with no problem. Each ticket at my theater costs $16.99. That’s $237.86. I’ve only spent $50 with Moviepass!

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