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Posted: 6:00 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013

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Last year, I told you about a test going on for people who love movies. The deal was, you pay a flat rate to go to all the movies you want, all month long.

I'm not talking about 20 year old movies, I'm talking about the latest releases at the theater. Well, this product called MoviePass.com is now going nationwide.

They're doing different prices in different cities in the country -- I guess depending on how much people are really willing to spend to go to the movies all the time.

The typical price will be $25 a month, except in high cost cities like San Francisco or New York, where you might pay $35 or $40 a month for one of these subscriptions.

But the scoop is, right now it's so popular you've gotta go on a waiting list. You just go to MoviePass.com. Now those people who listened to me last year went on the waiting list, well you're now gonna be in with unlimited monthly movies.

Of course, you don't get unlimited popcorn or drinks! And be sure that if you don't like the service, you've cancel in writing within 30 days. Otherwise, you're obligated to them for a full year.

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