Late last month, Regal Cinemas announced its competitor to AMC Stubs A-List, the movie ticket subscription service from the nation’s largest theater chain. On the surface, Regal Unlimited seems similar — if not better — than AMC’s offering. However, the two subscriptions are far from clones of each other.
Whether you’re debating which service to join for the first time or are considering jumping ship from AMC, there are a lot of factors to consider. Here’s The Post’s breakdown on some of the most important factors:
How many movies can you see?
AMC A-List: This pass gives you up to three films per week, without any restrictions. There are no surcharges for IMAX and 3D screenings. There is a 12 films- per- month limit.
Regal Unlimited: The service bills itself as allowing you to “watch as many movies as you want, as many times as you want, whenever you want.”