moviepass Stories June 21

expiredSamsung partners with MoviePass to provide two annual memberships w/ S9/+ purchase

Samsung has partnered with MoviePass to provide two free annual memberships with the purchase of any Galaxy S9 or S9+. The only catch is you must purchase the phone through Samsung’s own website, it doesn’t seem that phones purchased through your carrier qualify for this promotion. The two MoviePass memberships are valued at just over $250. You only have until June 30th to participate in this promotion, so if you’ve been on the fence for getting a Galaxy S9/+, this might just be the time to upgrade. For more information, head on over to the dedicated landing page.

Just yesterday, we wrote about AMC’s new movie subscription plan that gives you 3 movies a week of any showing for $20 per month. In lieu of that, MoviePass has made a slew of its own announcements, some good, some not so good.

MoviePass is kind of the original around here when it comes to movie theater subscription services, though the company has taken a lot of backlash in recent months due to policy and offering change. Now MoviePass is at it again, this time with three large changes that are set to happen before summer ends.

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moviepass Stories June 12

There’s a good chance that you’ve heard about MoviePass, the subscription service that lets you watch multiple movies in theaters a month for less than the price of a regular ticket. The longevity of the MoviePass‘ business model has been questionable at best, but nevertheless it continues to innovate with today’s announcement that the option to bring a friend will be coming soon. expand full story

moviepass Stories March 23

expiredSee a new film every day with a 1-year Moviepass membership for under $7 per month

Moviepass is currently offering a 1-year membership for $89.95. Normally costing you $10 a month, that’s good for $36 off the going rate for a year and matches the lowest price we’ve seen on the yearly membership. Moviepass lets you watch a new film every day and given that seeing a typical movie runs you anywhere from $7-10, this is a great way to see the next year’s worth of blockbusters without breaking the bank.

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