Because you shouldn't have to head out into the polar vortex just to prevent wasting your month's ticket allotment.
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Frequent bailers take note: Movie theater subscription service Sinemia is reducing your monthly gotta-use-my-tickets stress by adding the ability to carry over one ticket per person per month to all plans. In other words, if you've got a six-person family plan, everyone gets that rollover option.
It also means that if February's full of meh movies but March's cinematic cup runneth over, you've got an extra ticket for March's moviefest.
This comes in addition to new pricing, which is significantly lower than previously. For instance, the $10 for three tickets per month has dipped to $8. Here's the new pricing lineup:
$3.99 per month: One ticket to any movie per month.
$7.99 per month: Three tickets to any movie per month.
$19.99 per month: One ticket to any movie per day (aka unlimited).
$5.99 per month: One ticket to any movie per month, including one ticket for 3D, 4D and Imax formats.
$8.99 per month: Two tickets to any movie per month, including one ticket for 3D, 4D and Imax formats.
$29.99 per month: One ticket to any movie per day (aka unlimited), including one ticket for 3D, 4D and Imax formats.