Movie Pass is Back But It’s Not Available In All Cities

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The test version of MoviePass’s new program has officially begun, but the majority of Americans won’t be able to use it.The movie subscription service revealed that its first test areas will be Chicago, Dallas, and Kansas City after more than 750,000 individuals joined its limited waitlist last week.Tickets can be purchased immediately through the MoviePass app for beta customers. They will also receive a debit card bearing the MoviePass logo, which they may use to buy tickets at theater box offices.

MoviePass says it will use its beta time “to listen to your input and sort out the issues.”With a tiered pricing structure, the MoviePass relaunch will let customers to pay between $10 and $30 each month for a predetermined number of “credits” that can be used to purchase tickets. A Friday night movie will cost more credits, whereas off-peak showtimes will cost less.

Users who were able to join the MoviePass waitlist will be updated if their location is going to be included. The business has not stated how long it will take to expand beyond its three trial markets.For the time being, only residents of those three metropolitan areas’ zip codes will be permitted to register for the program.

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