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MoviePass has been a controversial but innovative way to get people back to theaters by offering a movie per day all for the cost of $9.99/month subscription. However, there have been hiccups along the way like sudden blackouts on certain titles or theater chains refusing to accept the MoviePass service. Now AMC has finally wised up to people wanting a subscription model and offered their own service.
Variety reports that “the theater chain will begin offering guests the chance to see up to three movies per-week for the monthly fee of $19.95. The offering is being run through its loyalty program AMC Stubs,” and although that may seem like less of a good deal than MoviePass, which conceivably would let you see seven movies per week for the monthly fee of $9.99, AMC has the advantage of actually owning the venues and therefore being more sustainable. Additionally, the new subscription,...
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