MoviePass Is Introducing New Tiered Pricing Structure
MoviePass is refusing to die. They are doing their best to delay the inevitable even though they are often the subject of anger and rage. Their newest plan is to adjust their pricing and introduce new tiered options, according to Variety. The lowest tier, called “select,” will allow customers to see three movies a month, but only “at some point during [the film’s] theatrical run.” Sounds very much like their current deal where each day, the movies one can choose from change. The second plan, called “all access,” is identical except without the changing availability of films. The top tier has been dubbed “red carpet,” and it offers the same things as “all access” but allows users to view films in IMAX and 3D.
If any of this is interesting to you, it’s important to know the pricing. The pricing will vary based on where you live. Select plans will start at $9.95 in rural areas but cost as much as $14.95 in major cities like New York and Los Angeles. Red Carpet plans will range from $19.95 to $24.95. With this pricing, I’m not sure how many people will flock to them, especially customers who live near an AMC since A-List definitely sounds like a better deal.
With the way these ticket subscription services keep changing, will they be able to stay afloat? Will these new options from MoviePass save the company?