Last summer, AMC Theatres introduced its AMC Stubs A-List subscription service for movie tickets. On a recent corporate earnings call, the company’s CEO laid out a plan to improve that service for its users, specifically highlighting how they’ll be opening it up to users too young to obtain a driver’s license.
But it’s not all good news. The theater chain is also raising the prices of screenings that fall on its “discount Tuesday” from $5 up to $7 in some markets. Read about the new changes at AMC below. Read More »
The early success of movie ticket subscription services like MoviePass inspired AMC, the nation’s largest theater chain, to institute their own plan called AMC Stubs A-List. The chain has announced some planned updates to the service, including a price increase for customers in 15 states which will go into effect in 2019, as well as adding some new features for subscribers. And they’re becoming a bit more family-friendly, too.
Learn all about the new AMC A-List updates below. Read More »
The AMC Stubs A-List movie ticket subscription service from AMC Theatres has done a fine job of picking up the crumbling consumers who fell away from the disastrous yet innovative MoviePass. For just $19.95, subscribers get three tickets every week to any movies they want to see at an AMC Theatres location, anywhere and anytime. And rather than starting to make the service worse like MoviePass did, AMC is only making it better.
Today, AMC Theatres announced that AMC Stubs A-List subscribers will now be able to buy tickets online through both Fandango and Atom Tickets by using their membership. Find out more below. Read More »