If you’re an avid movie watcher, then you may want to take note of AMC’s upcoming price changes when it comes to its AMC Stubs.
AMC Theatres is raising the price of its subscription movie plan Stubs A-List — at least in 15states. Instead of charging $19.95 per month across-the-board, AMC will soon offer differing prices to residents of different states.
California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York will see the biggest increase, to $23.95 per month. Meanwhile in Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington, plus Washington, D.C, the cost will increase to $21.95 per month.
The increase will take effect on Jan. 9, 2019, however, AMC says that if you sign up before then, your price will hold for 12 months.
“Our decision to keep the AMC Stubs A-List monthly price unchanged in 35 states, along with only a modest price adjustment in some key markets going in place in early 2019 will keep us in that sweet spot of successfully balancing profits and popularity,” AMC CEO-president Adam Aron said in a statement.
Stubs A-List launched in late July, and attracted 380,000 subscribers in September. Now, after 4.5 months, the number increased to 500,000.
By: Maytinee Kramer