AMC wants to be your starting point for movies, whether in the theater or at home on the couch. The movie chain launches AMC Theaters On Demand for members of the AMC Stubs Reward Program . The service, which will be available on Tuesday, will offer around 2,000 popular films to borrow or buy, according to the company.
The service will include both new releases and a catalog of films from major Hollywood studios, AMC said. New releases will be available on AMC Theaters On Demand while they are digitally available nationwide. New movie rentals apparently start at $ 5.99 and include 30 days to watch the video and 48 hours to finish when it's started
Movies can be bought or borrowed through AMCTheatres.com, the AMC Theatres mobile app, Roku devices and SmartTVs. AMC said more services and equipment will be added in the near future.
"With more than 20 million AMC stubborn households and our website and smartphone apps already visited by movie fans hundreds of millions of times annually, AMC theaters Adam Aron, CEO and President of AMC Theaters, said in a press release: "With the introduction of AMC Theaters On Demand, we can reach movie lovers directly and make it easy for them to digitally access films. "
The AMC Stubs rewards program offers multiple levels with a free loyalty program that allows you to earn points for the money you spend, with points to get a variety of discounts on things like AMC Stubs A-List tickets and discounts The company's subscription ticket service costs between $ 21 and $ 24, depending on where you live.
When rented and purchased on-call, you receive AMC stubs credits that are redeemed for rewards in the theater, the company said. AMC also has a promo to celebrate the launch: If your first purchase or rental on On Demand is a movie distributed by Lionsgate or Paramount Pictures, you can select three more films from a selection of the studio's films.  Originally posted on October 15, 6:28 pm PT Update, 7:04 am: Add more information.