MoviePass provides online subscription based ticketing services. It offers a subscription service that allows customers to attend movies in a network of theaters at a fixed monthly price. The service utilizes a mobile app, where users check-into a cinema and choose a film and showtime, and the cost of the ticket is loaded to a prepaid debit card, which is used to purchase the ticket from the cinema as usual.
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MoviePass has 61.51k Twitter Followers. The number of followers has decreased 0.7% month over month and decreased 2.4% quarter over quarter
When was MoviePass founded?
MoviePass was founded in 2011.
Who are MoviePass key executives?
MoviePass's key executives are Sanjay Puri, Mitch Lowe and Stacy Spikes.
How many employees does MoviePass have?
MoviePass has 19 employees.
Who are MoviePass competitors?
Competitors of MoviePass include Sinemia, MUBI and Atom Tickets.
Where are MoviePass offices?
MoviePass has an office in New York.
How many offices does MoviePass have?
MoviePass has 1 office.
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