This year MoviePass made an offer that seemed like the deal of the century, and WAY too good to be true: $10 a month to see one movie a day at the theaters. But now, three months after that big announcement MoviePass is already offering up a new deal: an up-front annual subscription of $89.95, which breaks down to about $6.95 a month. But how much of a discount is it really?
This MoviePass annual subscription is a limited-time promotion that will last 12 months, according to the website. The only way to get the $6.95/month deal is to pay $89.95 up front, plus a $6.55 processing fee. MoviePass says “Once your year is up, your plan will convert back into your $9.95 a month. Offer valid until it’s not. Limit two per household."
And if you're already a subscriber, the service says you can change to the annual plan for 12 months, after which the subscription will revert to the $9.95 per month plan. According to the MoviePass, the annual plan is the only one available to new subscribers, who can’t subscribe to the monthly $9.95 plan until the limited offer expires. And you can cancel the service whenever you want, but the site says "There are no refunds for the remaining unused time on your plan. If you change your mind, you will not be able to set up a new account for nine months."
A few months ago I signed up for the plan shortly after they announced the $9.95 per month service price. I was pretty skeptical, but after a few weeks I was completely sold. I made this short video explaining how to sign up and how the whole thing works. I also explain the few catches and problems I have experienced with the service. I highly recommend MoviePass, and especially now with this HUGE drop in price.