AMC, the largest movie theater chain in the United States, has announced the launch of a new subscription service that’s not too different from the one offered by MoviePass. AMC’s service is essentially an extension of its existing loyalty program and those who are interested in it will be able to sign up for the service, called AMC Stubs A-List, starting June 26th.


Members will be able to book tickets online in advance and also at theaters, including reserved seating specific areas. The subscription includes all of the benefits of AMC Stubs Premiere, no online ticketing fees and “significant” savings on food and beverages.

The subscription will allow members to see up to three movies per week but they should keep in mind that there will no carryover from week to week. If you only watch one movie in the previous week, the remaining two won’t be carried over to next week’s allotment.

It will even be possible to see all three movies on the same day with a two-hour buffer in between each showtime. Individual movies seen previously can also be seen again.

An AMC Stubs A-List subscription costs $19.95 per month and it can be used at all AMC, AMC Dine-In, and AMC Classic theaters in the country. It includes all of the chain’s premium offers such as Dolby Cinema, IMAX, RealD 3D, Prime, and BigD as well.

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