MoviePass announced Friday that it will be severing ties with "a small handful" of American Multi-Cinema Theatres (AMC).
The subscription service which allows movie-goers to see one movie a day in theaters for a monthly rate of $9.95 has caused consternation with the theater chain before, and it’s now led to this.
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"Since the get-go, AMC has not been interested in collaborating with MoviePass - a move that is not in the interest of our subscribers and AMC theater-goers," said a news release from Ted Farnsworth, the chairman and CEO of Helios and Matheson (HMNY), MoviePass’s parent company.
All in all, the movie subscription service is now no longer working at 10 AMC theaters across the country. So, Austin MoviePass users, this means you can still use your cards at the AMC locations at the Barton Creek mall and Lakeline mall. Both locations still show up in the MoviePass app.
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The news release comes a day after some MoviePass subscribers discovered that their cards were not working at certain AMC locations.
About 12 people trying to use @MoviePass in the lobby of AMC empire 25 nyc and it claims we’re not 100yards from the theater. WTF— Daniella Puitiza (@DaniellaPuitiza) January 25, 2018
We apologize for the inconvenience, but we no longer work with this theater. We hope to partner with them again.— MoviePass (@MoviePass) January 25, 2018