“AMC Is Bringing Netflix’s Model to Movie Theaters in Boston” From Boston, MA.

posted by ThrHistoricalSociety on December 17, 2014 at 10:32 am

Medium

Who said traditional movie theater chains can’t learn anything from Netflix?

Starting in January, AMC Theatres in the Boston area will let you attend movie showings for a monthly subscription—up to one movie a day, if you feel like it.

It’s not quite as cheap as Netflix, but still pretty reasonable—either $35 or $45 a month, depending on the package you choose. Attending just a handful of showings a month should make the pass pay for itself.

The service is being piloted in Denver along with Boston, with plans to add more cities in the future. It’s powered by movie subscription service MoviePass of New York.

More details at moviepass.com/AMC and in the news release…

Read the entire article at BostInno.com.

Image courtesy CT member Bruce C.

Article by Kyle Alspach-Tech Editor

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