"AMC Stubs A-List" allows you to see three movies a week, which could also be three movies in one day, the pass resets every Friday morning. Soon after announcing the launch of Stubs A-List, IMAX announced that it would be in full cooperation with the service and that there would be no added charge to see IMAX movies through the A-List service.
Each subscription comes with a three-month commitment, and permits users to make advance reservations and see movies in all formats, including 3D and IMAX. The movie ticket program starts on June 26.
"We believe that our current and future loyal guests will be interested in this type of program", said Adam Aron, CEO and President of AMC Theatres.
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But MoviePass later said its subscription service stopped working at those theaters because the tickets cost too much for moviegoers, according to the Deseret News. In April, the company's majority owner, Helios and Matheson Analytics, acknowledged in a regulatory filing that there were doubts about MoviePass' ability to stay in business.
"We understand the comparison, but we're focused on our own program and on delivering the very best, most reliable movie-going value option in the entertainment industry, which is what we believe AMC Stubs A-List provides to our guests", the representative told The Verge.
Here's how it works: for $20 a month, A-List subscribers get to see three movies per week at any AMC, AMC Dine-in, and AMC Classic theater in the United States. The service also has the benefits of the AMC Premiere Card by waiving online ticket fees, offering free upgrades for popcorn and fountain drinks, and letting subscribers earn points for the money they spend. For example, you can only see a standard, 2D movie. Even though it limits users to three movies a week (no rollover), there's no calendar day restriction, and they can see the same movie a couple of times, which MoviePass users can't. However, the company disclosed in May that it was losing more than $21 million per month. "Thanks for making us look good AMC!"