$4.99 per month: One ticket to any 2D movie.
Sinemia's pricier deals are actually a bit better than those offered by MoviePass, which has grown rapidly over the past year. For example, even though monthly subscriptions are per ticket, their users can watch 3D, 4D, and IMAX movies, while that is not the case with MoviePass.
Sinemia, a movie ticket subscription service that is prominent in other regions of the world, is looking to become the leader in the U.S. by unveiling its cheapest plan ever. Sinemia's app and card operate in such a similar fashion that they infringe on the patents, MoviePass argues.
Movie ticket subscription service Sinemia announces a new USA pricing plan of $4.99 per month for one ticket and $6.99 for two tickets per month.
Sinemia offers premium tickets (3D, 4D, IMAX) in its plans.
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Sinemia customers can buy tickets up to 30 days in advance and select their seats.
MoviePass is back with its popular movie-a-day plan for $9.95 a month.
In February, Sinemia announced it would become available in the United States for the first time. The average price of a movie ticket nationally is about $9 a show, with prices above $15 in many major cities.
Currently, Sinemia is available at over 4,000 movie theaters throughout the USA, according to the company. For example, MoviePass's $9.99 per month subscription lets users watch nearly an unlimited number of movies every month (one per day).