Regal’s newly released AMC Stubs A-List competitor, Regal Unlimited lets you watch as many movies as you want, as many times as you want, whenever you want, starting at $18 per month. There are 3 plans and each tier expands the number of theaters where your membership can be used. In large cities like NYC and LA, you will be required to get their All-Acess plan ($23.50) in order to use the service. You can see the list of included theaters in each plan here.
- Regal Unlimited (includes movies at 200 Regal Theatres): $18 per month
- Regal Unlimited Plus (includes movies at 400 Regal Theatres): $21 per month
- Regal Unlimited All Access (includes movies at all Regal Theatres in the US): $23.50 per month
Regal Unlimited lets you see as many standard formats movies as you want at the theaters included in your plan. There are no limited and no blackout dates. If you want to see a movie at a theater not included in your plan, there is a surcharge of $1.50-$3 per ticket. Surcharges also apply for ScreenX, 4DX, IMAX, RPX, 3D & ViP as well as premium seating other than recliners. Some foreign-language movies and special movie events may be excluded or subject to a surcharge. Advance bookings made in the app will cost $0.50 per booking. It includes 10% off all food and non-alcoholic drink purchases and a Free large popcorn and soft drink on your birthday. All membership fees paid will earn Regal Crown Club credits.