Join the Movie Theater Subscription Revolution
Monthly subscription platform for movie theater chains of all sizes. Use our whitelabeled frontend or our API with integrations to all major ticketing POS systems.Request a Demo
Give movie theater chains of all sizes the ability to join the subscription revolution
Subscriptions are growing
A prominent US movie theater chain grew it's ~$20 a month subscription program to 600,000 members after only 6 months. Expected to reach 1 million by summer of 2019
The Landgrab is Now
Moviegoers who buy monthly subscriptions to a certain chain no longer visit multiple theater chains in their city
Subscriptions pay off in multiple ways
Besides the guaranteed monthly revenue from each member, they purchase 2.5 times as much concessions as the average movie goers and often bring their non-member friends and family, who pay full price
Our Platform Lets You Take A Swing At The Big Dogs
By talking to our customers and movie goers we've created a state-of-the-art monthly subscription platform with features on par with all the biggest chainsRequest A Demo
We've got you covered from every angle
From 24/7 customer service to integrating into your POS system, our platform does it all
Let us handle the more difficult customers. We offer 24/7 trained customer service respresentatives on call
Track your subscription growth and manage your pricing and perks. After integrating with your POS you'll also be able to view member concession purchases and "take-along" stats
Your members will be able to sign up for your subscription plan at both the counter and on your website. After signing up they will manage their subscription using the customer portal
Contact our sales team. Learn how our platform can take your theater chain to the next level
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Recent Blog Posts
MoviePass is gone but movie theater subscriptions are here to stay.
On September 14th 2019 MoviePass breathed its last. However you could be forgiven for thinking it had died much earlier. After all, Variety reported back in April that they had lost 90% of their subscribers, going from “more than 3 million to just 225,000 in under a year”. However MoviePass’s downfall was not for nothing. It fundamentally changed the way people and theaters think about how tickets are paid for.
The first company to recognize and act on this change was actually one of the oldest in the industry, AMC. In response to MoviePass, AMC launched its subscription service on June 26th 2018. As an extension ...