Cinesa offers cinemas by subscription in Spain. Watch all the movies you want, as many times as you want, for one monthly payment. A model of sorts similar to the now-extinct North American MoviePass. but focused on a chain of cinemas in Spaindistributed throughout the peninsula. And he does it at a fairly attractive price for those who are regulars of his halls.
Under the name Unlimited cardCinesa announced that its unlimited film program It will officially launch in April. and from the same month it will be gradually activated in all the company’s cinemas throughout Spain. And there will be two types of unlimited cards: Standard and LUXE, both at a price, as we say, quite interesting.
In the standard modality, this will allow you to go to any standard Cinesa cinema (not counting cinemas with the Luxe label) throughout Spain foror only 15.90 euros per monthWith. And yes, that also includes VIP seats in these lounges.
Cinesa Unlimited: go to the cinema as many times as you want for only 15 euros per month
However, this subscription is not limited to regular rooms, because if the user wants to access the LUXE or premium rooms, he can do so for a small surcharge.
On the other hand, LUXE mode is somewhat more expensive: €18.90 per months, which includes the same as the Standard, but is focused on the Luxe category rooms of the network. Both programs include the following benefits:
- Unlimited cinema from €15.90 per month
- Monthly or yearly payment
- All Movie Premieres!
- Invitations for special passes and other exclusive benefits
- Special price for our classic menu
However, if you think you’re going for a subscription model, Cinesa also has announced an annual modality somewhat cheaper than the sum of 12 monthswith a monthly subscription. The total cost for 12 months will be €149.00 for the standard Cinesa cinema package and €189.00 for the Cinesa LUXE package.
For now, we will have to wait until the company opens the program next April and find out if there are any specific restrictions that have not been detailed at the moment. If everything is as the company announced, without the fine print, then this is undoubtedly one of the most interesting proposals to return to the cinema. An unlimited first screening of movies is even cheaper than the monthly cost of many streaming service subscriptions.
Source: Hiper Textual