Movie-theater subscription service MoviePass has made a bevy of recent changes in an effort to stay afloat after a series of setbacks.
The MoviePass app recently experienced an outage caused by the company temporarily running out of money , and it borrowed $5 million to get it up and running again. As MoviePass continues to struggle financially — the stock has plummeted to below a dollar — the changes it is implementing have been touted as a way to remain sustainable for the future.
But subscribers should be aware of these changes if they continue to use the service, or are new to it.
Below are all the changes MoviePass will roll out, or has already:
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