Sinemia introduces a dirt cheap weekday plan for subscription movie tickets
If you like your media unstreamed, this might be worth checking out.
Let’s face it, when was the last time you actually went to a movie theater to see a show? Stale popcorn and overpriced Boston Beans isn’t my idea of a good time when I can Netflix and chill.
If you actually like leaving the house and interacting with society, then you might want to check out Sinemia, who have a new movie-ticket subscription for those customers who don’t mind only going to the movies on weekdays. With rival MoviePass stumbling all over the place, this could be a real winner.
Sinemia’s new weekday-only plans
The new “weekday-only” plan is valid for Monday through Thursday in an attempt to bolster “attendance on days where most movie theaters have many empty seats” at a lower price than its other plans.
The discounted weekday plans are:
- $3.99 per month (instead of $4.99 standard price) – One ticket to any movie per month.
- $8.99 per month (instead of $10.99 standard price) – Three tickets to any movie per month.
- $9.99 per month (instead of $12.99 standard price)- Two tickets to any movie per month including 3D, 4D and IMAX formats.
- $14.99 per month (instead of $17.99 standard price) – Three tickets to any movie per month including 3D, 4D, IMAX formats.
- $23.99 per month (instead of $29.99 standard price) – One ticket to any movie per day (aka unlimited) 2D movie tickets
That’s fairly aggressive pricing, considering the average ticket price for a 2D show is $8.97, and special formats are often 50% higher.
With MoviePass struggling to keep the lights on and limiting movies and showtimes that subscribers can see, the unrestricted policies of Sinema are extremely alluring to moviegoers.
What do you think of the deal? Is it something you would consider? Let us know down below!
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