@moondrake Mine ran out on November 29 and they cancelled it instead of rolling it over. They are offering a plan for $120 a year where you can see any 3 2D movies at the theaters that take moviepass. I think they still can’t do math.
Oh, and since people bitched to their credit card companies when they couldn’t see movies, you can only pay with an ACH transfer from your bank account. I wonder if they want my social security number, mother’s maiden name, and the name of the street I grew up on too?
@mfladd AMEX makes everything right even when it’s wrong. As a merchant, I don’t even bother to respond to AMEX charge disputes anymore, no matter how strong my case. In more than a dozen attempts, with full documentation, customer ID check, customer signature and card swipe I have yet to prevail in a AMEX chargeback. So now I don’t even bother.
@RiotDemon@vinuash I’m a senior. Movies are like $7.25 at Cinemark for me. On Tuesdays they are $5. I wrote them and suggested they create a Seniors Club, three M-Th matinee movies a month for $8.99. They haven’t responded. The ticket taker at Alamo told me they had a plan in the works, but I haven’t heard anything more. Alamo is my least favorite theater, but if they came up with a decent plan I’d join.
The bank ACH payment is so no money had to go into an escrow account for the credit payment system I read on Reddit. I’m still on month to month, I just check in to whatever crappy movie they allow and grab a ticket to what I really want to see… Same price so not sure why it matters and if they cancel me I’ll be not upset.