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MoviePass is trying to win back its angry customers once again.
Starting January 1st, 2019, the beleaguered e-ticketing company will give MoviePass users three subscription plans to choose from.
Plans - MoviePass - Offerings - Film - Selections
However, the plans are more expensive than previous MoviePass offerings and the film selections may depend on where you live.
The first plan, called 'Select,' ranges from $10 to $15 and lets users watch three movies per month.
MoviePass - Titles - Week - Time - Users
MoviePass will announce the available titles a week ahead of time and users are excluded from seeing films during their opening weekends.
They're also limited to 2D movies, plus monthly rates may be cheaper depending on where you live - users in NYC and LA are expected to pay higher rates.
Tier - Access
The second tier, 'All Access,' costs $15 to $20 - again, depending on where you live.
'All Access' subscribers can see any three movies they want, except for those that are in 3D.
Tier - Carpet - Month - Users - Access
The top tier, called 'Red Carpet,' ranges between $20 to $25 per month. Users have access to three movies per month, but one of them can be IMAX, 3D or any other large-format screening.
So, the plans are becoming more expensive, and they're still limited to three films per month that can be watched at participating MoviePass theaters.
Plan - Pricing - Users - Plans
Additionally, the plan pricing fluctuates depending on where users' live, so plans are going to be cheaper if you live...
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