The movie subscription service, MoviePass, announced on Thursday that they have changed subscription plans and will introduce new prices.
The company changed its plans quite a bit since it was founded, causing a lot of original subscribers to cancel. The new pricing plans have numerous stipulations and are by far the most confusing.
Starting in 2019, MoviePass will offer three plans, each allowing customers to see up to three movies a month. The monthly pricing will depend on geography, and some subscribers will have to pay more than others.
The least expensive plan called “select” will start at $9.95 a month for some but will be $12.95 and $14.95 a month in other markets. Subscribers will only be able to see up to three select standard 2D movies. The company will announce the select films weekly. This plan excludes viewers from seeing movies during their opening weekends.
The next plan called “All Access” will start at $14.95 a month for some but will be $17.95 and $19.95 a month in other markets. Subscribers will be able to watch up to three movies a month but can choose from all standard 2D movies.
The most expensive plan called “Red Carpet” will start at $19.95 a month but will be $21.95 and $24.95 a month in other markets. Viewers will still only be able to see up to three movies a month, but they can watch one IMAX or 3D movie.
What do you think about these new plans and all the limitations?