How AMC’s new subscription service stacks up to MoviePass and its competitors

Grab your popcorn because the battle of the movie-ticket subscription services is ratcheting up.

AMC AMC, +2.15%revealed Wednesday that it will begin offering its own movie-theater subscription service, to be called AMC Stubs A-List, later in June. The plan is designed to compete with MoviePass HMNY, -30.65% which has attracted notoriety since it lowered its subscription service’s monthly price to $9.95 a month last year.

This won’t be the first time that AMC and MoviePass have butt heads. Back in January, MoviePass removed some AMC theaters as an option for subscribers after the theater chain declined to enter into a partnership with those venues.

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