MoviePass pulled support from some of the chain’s most high-profile locations. One of those locations being the AMC movie theater is Disney Springs. They will no longer be supporting ticket purchases through the MoviePass app or by using a card.
It’s not AMC turning off the spigot, rather it appears to be coming from the MoviePass side. AMC and MoviePass have been publicly at odds since the subscription service drastically cut its monthly subscription price in August 2017. AMC responded by threatening to drop out of MoviePass’ deal, and potentially even file a lawsuit. AMC thinks that by cutting subscription costs, that will result in a situation where theatrical exhibitors wouldn’t be able to charge enough to keep their own businesses afloat.
MoviePass confirmed that the Disney Springs AMC was no longer accepting it. pic.twitter.com/zCjaLThzmE
— Caleb Graham (@CalebGraham) January 26, 2018
The MoviePass service is no longer supporting ticket purchases at theaters like the AMC Empire 25 in New York, Universal City Walk near Los Angeles, and the AMC Loews Boston Common.
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