A line-up of new MoviePass monthly plans are part of the company's revamped efforts to show customers that they've changed.
In an effort to show the millions of customers who have fled the service that they’ve changed and won’t be the shady, policy-changing company that we’ve come to know them as, MoviePass is trying to make amends by offering a new series of tiered monthly plans, each offering different kinds of access to movie tickets.
Variety has the updates on on new MoviePass monthly plans, but first, let’s start with MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe groveling to all the customers that his company has already disappointed over and over again: So how are they doing that?
MoviePass has introduced a new series of monthly plans at three different tiers.
Next, there’s the “All Access” subscription, which starts at $14.95 will let customers see any three movies in a given month at any time during their theatrical run as long as it’s only in 2D.
Along with these new monthly price points, there are also yearly subscriptions, which are newly priced too: Supposedly, these new tiers, which go into effect on January 1, 2019, will allow MoviePass to “break even” when it comes to paying for movie tickets.