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Regal Cinemas Unlimited Movies Plans $18-$23.50 Depending on Location Plus 40,000 Points For Signing Up and No Blackout Dates!!

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Link to theater locations and which plan they fall under: https://www.regmovies.com/static/...eatre-list

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• No blackout dates Watch as many movies as you want, anytime you want
• 10% off all food and non-alcoholic drink purchases
• Earn Regal Crown Club® credits with every dollar spent using your Regal Unlimited™ subscription
• Be the first to see it with Regal Unlimited screenings
• Free large popcorn and soft drink on your birthday


Regal Cinemas is offering again, their Unlimited Movie Subscription. There are 3 plans to choose from and they are based on location, etc.
The plans are:
$18 for 200 select theaters nationwide
$21 for over 400 theaters nationwide
$23.50 for all 550+ theaters nationwide

My local Regal in Louisiana is on the 200 list so I can pay just $18 per month to see unlimited movies. Other theaters in bigger cities like Key West Florida are in the $23.50 bracket and there are many in the $21 plan. So you need to look at the list, which I linked above, and see what theaters are close to you and which plan they fall under.


Now for the small details of which may be of importance to you so READ CAREFULLY!
There is a surcharge for using a theater that is NOT covered under your plan. So as an example: My theater here falls under the $18 plan so I'll get that one. If I want to travel 2 hours north one weekend, to a bigger city and visit some friends, and they want to go to the movies there but that theater is not on the $18 plan, I can pay a small surcharge per ticket and go to that theater.
A surcharge of $1.50-$3 per ticket applies at theaters that are not included in your current plan!! Also, the plan only covers regular movies!! So if you wanna see 3D, 4DX or IMAX, you have to pay a surcharge for those.

For me, it's worth it because I see a LOT of movies, and now that the theaters are getting back up to full swing and the summer blockbusters are coming out, we will be going again. My Regal charges $11 a ticket, so if I go twice a month, that is $22 which is more than the $18 plan. If I want to see something in 3D, I don't mind paying an extra $1.5-$3 but I usually see 90% of my movies in regular format.
With this plan, I can see as many movies as I want and go any day of the week with no blackouts!
You cannot reserve the same movie at 2 different showtimes on the same day BUT YOU CAN get tickets at the box office or Kiosk for the same movie at 2 different showtimes on the same day. You also can't reserve 2 different movies on the same day within 90 minutes of each other. But you can watch 2 or even 3 movies at the same theater on the same day, as long as there is a 90 minute gap between movies. So you could watch a movie, go grab lunch and come back and see a different movie. Then go home and come back that night and see a 3rd movie.

If it's worth it or not, is up to you and how often you go to the theater. if you only go twice a month then this might not be that great. if you go 5 times like I do, then you come way ahead.
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For those wondering if any good movies are coming out this year:
https://variety.com/lists/most-an...ilms-2021/

I wasn't aware a new Matrix movie is coming out. Interesting.
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AMC A-list subscription is far more better than Regal's. You can watch the movie on any screen(IMAX, Dolby,etc.) without any surcharge.
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Just looked at the rules, and it says that there is a ONE YEAR commitment. Doesn't look like that tidbit was explained in this post, so just a fair warning to you guys.

https://www.regmovies.com/static/...ited/rules
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Quote from AbdulR4365 :
AMC A-list subscription is far more better than Regal's. You can watch the movie on any screen(IMAX, Dolby,etc.) without any surcharge.
But you can't go as many times as you want
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I like how you called Key West a bigger city, we just have 25000 people.
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Quote from qpid :
I like how you called Key West a bigger city, we just have 25000 people.
It's bigger than my city, Leesville, La with a population of just over 5000 people. I should say Key West is a higher cost of living than some other cities, thus the increased cost of a theater subscription. The average cost of a home in Key West according to the National data is $633,700 where as the average cost of a home in Leesville Louisiana is $166,500
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Possible to buy the tickets via Fandango to earn the VIP Plus points for $5 credits?

https://www.fandango.com/vip-plus

I know it works for AMC A-List.
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Or you can buy Regal tickets at Costco for $3.00 each, and use them anywhere and any time.

Unless you go to more than 6-8 movies a month, all at Regal, buying the passes is a better deal.
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Or you can buy Regal tickets at Costco for $3.00 each, and use them anywhere and any time.

Unless you go to more than 6-8 movies a month, all at Regal, buying the passes is a better deal.
how/where to get it in costco? online or BM?
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Just got this for $60 savings:
https://www.regmovies.com/static/en/us/unlimited
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how/where to get it in costco? online or BM?
B&M. Although most stores are sold out at this point.
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It's a good thing I got my money's worth from moviepass and sinemia. Lost $200+ for subbing to Regal right before the pandemic. From now on I'm going to forego subscriptions and just buy discounted gift cards.
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