MoviePass's competitor offers US subscriptis starting at $ 5 / mth

M OviePass, the mthly subscripti-based movie plan that allows customers to see as many movies in theaters as they like, has a lg-standing competitor built a platform. similar business, though surprisingly softer.

Sinemia, who launched and has been active in Europe for the past four years, recently introduced a new mthly film list According to TechCrunch .

While MoviePass allows subscribers to see up to e movie per day over a given 30-day period for just $ 10 a mth, Sinemia has launched subscripti plans in the United States. a floor plan based the following optis:

  • $ 4.99 per mth for e ticket
  • $ 6.99 per mth for two bills
  • $ 9.99 per mth for two bills (including 3D, 4D and IMAX)
  • $ 14.99 per mth for three tickets (including 3D, 4D and IMAX
  • The company also offers plans for couples, nicknamed "Sinemia For Two", at prices slightly reduced for the more you buy.

Breaking Down the Value

At first glance, it may seem that Sinemia isn Offer as good value to its customers as MoviePass. What's the point of paying to see movies a la carte for $ 5 each, while you can get an unlimited number of movie tickets for $ 10 a mth, is not it?

Well, the CEO of Sinemia Rifat Oguz , sees things a little differently, as TechCrunch points out. "Everye does not really need a unlimited cinematic experience, "Oguz explained, noting that" the average [moviegoer] in the United States. [views] four films a year. "

Indeed, even if you ly plan to go to the movies and watch a movie a mth, Sinemia offers an exceptial saving of 50% compared to MoviePass's additial features, including advanced line ticketing. – as opposed to MoviePass's requirement to be physically present at the theater when you buy tickets – as well as the additial optis of the company allowing you to buy tickets for 3D / 4D productis and IMAX) at a low t premium – and it's clear that Sinemia may be a more appealing opti for the casual moviegoer.

How does it work?

Although Sinemia, like MoviePass, still has to pay the theaters for the price The company is able to make a profit by allowing movie studios and restaurants to advertise in its mobile applicati.

recently expanded its activity from Europe to the United States. The availability of Sinemia in Asia

To start, download the applicati Sinemia your iOS device by clicking here and for Android, click here

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