If you were to actually use the $45 monthly movie pass every day in a 30-day month, you'd be spending $1.50 on each screening – the lowest fare I've seen in my lifetime. That said, you don't need to be a die hard to see the benefits. At IMAX tickets of upwards of $18, going to the theater three times in one month with the pass saves you money. With the $35 pass, you'd only need to go four times.
Some eggs have chickens, some just have chicken shit.
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