MoviePass announced a limited, low price offer on all-you-can-watch movie subscription, in which, for just $6.95 per month, you can see one movie at the movie theatre each day.
“You have to sign up for an annual subscription, and pay a one-time processing fee of $6.55. In total, that comes to a little under $90 for the year,” according to Lifehacker.
However, the low price subscription no longer includes access to Fandor, the movie streaming service.
Still, this is a pretty good deal compared to paying around $180 a year if you spent $15 on a movie ticket every month. Better act fast!
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