Sinemia Starts New Dirt Cheap Weekday Only Plan
Sinemia is kicking off yet another plan in an attempt to gain market share. This plan will be for seeing movies Monday-Thursday only. The pricing starts at $3.99 per month.
Sinemia is kicking off multiple weekday only plans. The details are as follows:
- $3.99 for 1 2D movie per month (normally $4.99)
- $8.99 for 3 2D movies per month (normally $10.99)
- $9.99 for 2 movies per month including 3D, 4D and IMAX formats. (normally $12.99)
- $14.99 for 3 movies per month including 3D, 4D, IMAX formats. (normally $17.99)
- $23.99 for one ticket to any 2D movie per day Monday through Thursday. (normally $29.99)
If you normally go to the movies during the week then this could save you a few dollars. Sinemia can offer the lower prices since the tickets are cheaper during the week.
Remember that these prices do not include the new $1.80 booking fee that is unavoidable since Sinemia ditched their debit cards. There is also a fee for booking the movie via Fandango etc. unless you use this trick to avoid it.
I recently downgraded Sinemia in my review. They continue to change their terms and they have increased the costs for their members mid term. They wouldn’t allow yearly subscribers to get a prorated refund when they ditched their card service either. This eliminated some theaters as options since they are not set up for online bookings. I find their practices to be deceptive and their customer service is non existent. They have been going down the same road Moviepass did on the way to completely blowing up.
Having said that if you still think Sinemia is worth it I don’t know if this weekday plan is worth the savings. Unless you never go to a movie on Friday-Sunday you should pay the few extra dollars a month and get the regular plan.
I still think AMC offers the best movie plan out there. Or you could go the route I do and avoid the movie plans all together and still get into your movie with a popcorn and a drink for $10.
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