It looks like MoviePass just ruined its unlimited subscription service
After bouncing between a multitude of payment models throughout 2016, subscription-based movie ticketing service MoviePass finally struck gold last August when it lowered the price of its unlimited plan to $9.95 per month. For less than the price of a single movie ticket in New York City, subscribers could see up to thirty movies a month in theaters. But last Friday, alongside the introduction of a limited time iHeartRadio offer, the unlimited movie plan vanished.
With Coachella kicking off last weekend, MoviePass announced that it was teaming up with iHeartRadio to give new subscribers the chance to sign up for three months of MoviePass and a three month trial of iHeartRadio All Access for $29.95. The catch? This version of the membership lets you see just four movies a month.
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