A major theater chain is ready to roll out a subscription program at the end of this month that will provide unlimited movie tickets. Deadline reports that Regal Cinemas parent Cineworld is hammering out the final details with the major studios.
“There will be three tiers of pricing, which work out to $18, $21 and $24 per month, each granting access to unlimited tickets (really),” Deadline reports. “While the monthly price of AMC Stubs A-List movie ticket subscription program varies by state, we hear that Regal’s is based on theater location. Those purchasing a top-priced tier will have access to any Regal Cinema (i.e., from Valencia, CA to 42nd Street in NYC), while the lowest tier gets access to about half of the chain’s national footprint.”
Deadline adds: “If someone purchased a subscription at a low tier and ventures to an out-of-network Regal in a higher tier (like a major city), there’s apt to be a surcharge (not final, but around $2-$3) on a gratis ticket.”
The program also reportedly includes 10% cash reductions on concessions for each tier.