MoviePass may still be trying to figure out how to make a movie ticket subscription service financially viable, but it can be credited for at least correctly identifying consumer demand for such a thing. There’s now a market for movie tickets by subscription from it as well as rivals like Sinemia, AMC Stubs A-List, Cinemark […]View More Atom Tickets to challenge MoviePass with a subscription ticket platform for theaters
In the space of a few months, MoviePass went from being the hottest startup on the block to a cautionary tale about growing too big, too fast. By the time the summer of MoviePass came to an end, the company that was going to permanently disrupt the box office was hemorrhaging money. It changed its […]View More MoviePass parent’s CEO discusses the service’s rocky year
Whatever you do, don’t look away.
Stacey Spikes, the co-founder of the ongoing psychological experiment known as MoviePass, has a new offer he’s sure you can’t refuse: absolutely free movie tickets.
All he needs from you in exchange is wh…
Two days after MoviePass announced the return of the company’s unlimited ticket plan, Ted Farnsworth, CEO of its parent company Helios and Matheson Analytics, sat down with TechCrunch to offer insight into the state of the beleaguered service. According to the executive, MoviePass Uncapped is already seeing positive results. While he didn’t share concrete numbers, […]View More MoviePass parent’s CEO says its rebooted subscription service is already profitable
MoviePass isn’t done yet!
The company continues to try and win over new customers, this time with a new plan that comes close to the monthly unlimited which first got it so much attention. MoviePass Uncapped will offer users more movies than any current plan for the limited-time price of $9.95/month.
The promotional price is only available with a 12-month commitment – 2017’s shocking Unlimited plan cost the same with a guaranteed fixed price for the first year, but no required commitment. Tickets can be reserved up to three hours before a screening and and users can once again see one MoviePass movie per day. Read more…View More A new limited MoviePass offer comes close to the tantalizing original plan
MoviePass is bringing back a version of the plan that made it so popular in the first place — a subscription where you pay a monthly fee and get an unlimited number of 2D movie tickets. MoviePass Uncapped will have a regular price of $19.95 per month, but the company is offering cheaper deals for […]View More MoviePass brings back its unlimited movie plan, with a limited time price of $9.95
So, like, maybe you had a bad 2018. But ask yourself: was it MoviePass bad? The company was flying high over the summer with a popular movie ticket subscription service that appeared too good to be true. It was, of course, as it swiftly came down to earth on a pair of melted wax wings. […]View More After an extremely rough year, MoviePass attempts to ‘refocus’
Sinemia’s ticket plans change about as often as box office receipts — but at least they appear to be a bit of good news for customers. The movie subscription service, which has made a name for itself in the wake of MoviePass’s on-going struggles, announced. this morning that it has dropped the pricing on its […]View More Sinemia drops ticket subscription prices, adds rollover feature
When MoviePass introduced its $9.95 unlimited plan back in 2017, allowing you to watch one movie a day, it sounded too good to be true. That’s exactly what it turned out to be, but not before millions of people signed up. However, the unlimited plan …View More MoviePass to offer unlimited plan again
It may be hard to remember, but MoviePass once offered a relatively straightforward value proposition — for a monthly subscription fee, you could watch as many movies as you want. Now it sounds like a version of that plan is coming back. The news was shared in an interview that Executive Vice President Khalid Itum […]View More MoviePass says it’s bringing back an unlimited movie plan
Say what you will about MoviePass (and there’s plenty to be said), the company doesn’t give up. The theater ticket subscription service’s production wing has dried the ink on a three-picture deal with John McClane himself, Bruce Willis. Deadline, which first broke the news, notes that Willis has a longstanding relationship with Randall Emmett and […]View More MoviePass’s film studio signed a three-year deal with Bruce Willis
It’s been a rocky year for MoviePass, something that CEO Mitch Lowe acknowledged in an interview this week with Variety. “We have a lot to prove to all our constituents,” Lowe said. “We don’t just have to prove ourselves to our members, we also have to prove ourselves to the investment community, our employees, and […]View More MoviePass announces new pricing plans for 2019