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MoviePass Isn’t Dead Yet—but Big Changes Are Coming. Here’s What You Need to Know

If you thought $10 per month to see unlimited movies was too good to be true…you might’ve been right. After a series of outages (and an emergency $6.2 million loan), MoviePass just made some changes to potentially save itself—and if you’re a subscriber, you might want to listen up.

For starters, the subscription price will increase to $15 per month. Yes, that kinda stings, but if you’re seeing just two movies a month, you’re still saving money (unless you’re miraculously buying tickets for less than $7.50 on the reg…in which case, good for you.)

The other big change? MoviePass will limit your ability to see movies released on more than 1,000 screens. According to a press release, this will apply to “First Run Movies” and only “during the first two weeks, unless made available on a promotional basis.” So no more opening night blockbusters. Bummer. Both changes will roll out within the next 30 days.

TL;DR? You should get to the movies, stat.

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