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About MoviePass

MoviePass operates as a subscription-based service in the entertainment industry that offers a movie theater ticketing solution. The service provides customers with a dynamic credit system to watch movies at various theaters, allowing for savings on ticket purchases. MoviePass primarily caters to moviegoers looking for a way to enjoy films in theaters. It was founded in 2010 and is based in New York, New York.

Headquarters Location

609 Greenwich Street Suite 5-121

New York, New York, 10014,

United States




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MoviePass Patents

MoviePass has filed 3 patents.

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Payment systems, Debit cards, Identity documents, Credit cards, Identity management


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Latest MoviePass News

MoviePass Becomes Profitable for First Time, Citing AI's Help Since Relaunch - CNET

Feb 14, 2024

MoviePass Becomes Profitable for First Time, Citing AI's Help Since Relaunch MoviePass' announcement comes as the service announces 1 million showtimes under its revamped credit system. Mike Sorrentino Senior Editor Mike Sorrentino is a Senior Editor for Mobile, covering phones, texting apps and smartwatches -- obsessing about how we can make the most of them. Mike also keeps an eye out on the movie and toy industry, and outside of work enjoys biking and pizza making. Expertise Phones, texting apps, iOS, Android, smartwatches, fitness trackers, mobile accessories, gaming phones, budget phones, toys, Star Wars, Marvel, Power Rangers, DC, mobile accessibility, iMessage, WhatsApp, Signal, RCS 2 min read MoviePass MoviePass is now making money since its relaunch last year, with the movie ticketing service announcing Tuesday that it has achieved its first profitable year in its history. The milestone is particularly notable when viewing MoviePass' original life and flameout in 2019 , during which the service burned through money while offering a $10 per month unlimited plan. The relaunched service hasn't yet revealed subscriber numbers, but it's also announcing that 1 million movie tickets have been purchased through the service since the first quarter of 2023. MoviePass now runs on a credits based system that subsidizes the price of movie tickets, particularly for less popular showtimes. In my hands-on with the service last year, that largely tracked, with the system offering the most savings when I attended weekday showings but largely identical pricing to a movie theater when going to a new movie on a Friday night. MoviePass CEO Stacy Spikes noted in the announcement that the system is bolstered by artificial intelligence to further incentivize attendance by lowering credit prices for subscribers. "Reaching this pivotal milestone highlights the powerful impact of our AI and machine learning enhancements from the previous business model, while continuing to drive value for members and boosting attendance for partners profitably," Spikes said in the announcement. "But we could not have done it without the support of our MoviePass community." MoviePass recently added support for a virtual card and online movie ticket purchases , with plans to expand into allowing for Imax screening purchases later this year. While MoviePass supports most movie theaters by allowing subscribers to make purchases with its card, the service now competes against similar subscriptions offered by movie theater chains, such as AMC's A-List , the  Regal Unlimited  service and the  Alamo Drafthouse Season Pass .

MoviePass Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was MoviePass founded?

    MoviePass was founded in 2010.

  • Where is MoviePass's headquarters?

    MoviePass's headquarters is located at 609 Greenwich Street, New York.

  • What is MoviePass's latest funding round?

    MoviePass's latest funding round is Unattributed VC - II.

  • How much did MoviePass raise?

    MoviePass raised a total of $13.23M.

  • Who are the investors of MoviePass?

    Investors of MoviePass include Harlem Capital, Emerald Plus, Gaingels, Claritas Capital, Sandhill Group and 21 more.

  • Who are MoviePass's competitors?

    Competitors of MoviePass include Atom Tickets and 5 more.


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