(Gray News) – MoviePass has brought back its “uncapped subscription plan,” but there are some important caveats in the fine print.
But that’s only if customers commit to a yearly subscription, paid in advance.
If customers want to pay monthly, the price is $14.95 per month.
Both of those prices are only available for a limited time, which the press release doesn’t specify. But after that limited time, the price of MoviePass Uncapped will be $19.95 per month.
The plan allows customers to watch one movie a day, according to Entertainment Weekly.
And the uncapped plan only covers 2-D movies “available in the app,” according to the MoviePass website, which also displays this message: “Your movie choices may be restricted due to excessive individual usage which negatively impacts system-wide capacity.”
In its press release, the company provided the following details on the new plan:
- A large selection of blockbusters and independent films
- Access to more than 30,000 screens throughout the United States – America’s largest theater network
- The ability to reserve tickets 3 hours before showtime and check in at the theater between 30 minutes before showtime up until 10 minutes after showtime
MoviePass’ press release says those plans, “Select,” “All Access” and “Red Carpet,” are no longer available for purchase, but they will remain in place for the customers who subscribed to them.