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August 16, 2017

Here are the Philly movie theaters accepting the new $10 all-you-can-watch MoviePass subscription

Since its inception in 2011, MoviePass has been a sort-of equivalent to streaming subscription services like Spotify or Netflix, in this case offering subscribers the chance to go to the movies as much as they want and only pay one monthly fee.

The big catch keeping it separate from those services, however, was the price tag: in major cities, MoviePass typically ran around $50 a month – until now.

MoviePass announced Tuesday it would slash its monthly subscriptions to just $9.95. That means that for less than the price of one ticket to most Philadelphia-area movie theaters, you could see one movie a day, in a theater, and only have to shell out extra cash for your jumbo popcorn (which you can now afford).

The announcement effectively crashed the MoviePass website Tuesday, though now the site is mostly up-and-running as usual.

MoviePass says its subscription card is accepted at 91 percent of movie theaters in the United States.

As a subscriber, MoviePass app users can view a map of applicable theaters nearby, but you can also take a look for yourself using the site’s zip code lookup (though it won’t be laid out in a nice map).

Below are listings found after testing the search out on zip code 19089. It’s easier to view when you have a subscription, but you can also view them – with a little more difficulty – here:

Bow Tie Anthony Wayne 5

UA King of Prussia Stadium 16 & IMAX

Bryn Mawr Film Institute

Regal Oaks Stadium 24

Regal Edgmont Square 10

Regal Plymouth Meeting 10

AMC Marple 10

AMC Plymouth Meeting Mall 12

Providence Town Center

Colonial Theatre

AMC Granite Run 8

Narberth Stadium 2

Studio Movie Grill Upper Darby

Bow Tie Bala Theater

Movie Tavern Flourtown

United Artists Main Street Theatre 6

Ambler Theater

University City Penn 6

AMC 309 Cinema 9

Movie Tavern Exton

AMC Painters Crossing 9

Frank Theatres Montgomeryville Stadium 12

The PFS Theater at the Roxy

AMC N Broadstreet 7

Prince Theater

Regal Brandywine Town Center 16

Hiway Theatre Inc.

Regal Downingtown Cinema Stadium 16

United Artists Riverview Stadium 17

Regal Cinemas Warrington Crossing Stadium 22 & IMAX

Carmike 12 Stowe

Regal Barn Plaza Stadium 14

Theatre N at Nemours

Penn Cinema Riverfront IMAX

United Artists Grant Plaza 9

County Theatre

AMC Deptford 8

Regal Richland Crossing Stadium 12

AMC Loews Cherry Hill 24

Cinemark Movies 10 Wilmington

Though the business model may not seem sustainable, MoviePass geared up for the price cut by selling a majority stake to Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc., a New York data firm. After the exchange, Helios and Matheson shares saw a 5.7 percent increase to $2.95 by the end of Tuesday, Bloomberg reported.