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Win MoviePass for A Year!

Catching up with Academy Award nominees is a difficult proposition for movie fans, tickets cost nearly $10 a pop and stretching your dollar to watch nine Best Picture contenders is more than a little difficult. To help movie fans out at this special time of year, the folks at MoviePass are looking to giveaway a free year’s subscription to one lucky Never Mind Pop Film reader.

For those unfamiliar with MoviePass, think of it as “Netflix-like experience” for the moviegoer as it allows you to see a brand new movie in theaters every single day for a flat monthly rate. And it’s super easy to use! Just login to the MoviePass app, select your movie and showtime, swipe your MoviePass card at the kiosk and enjoy the show! And the best part is that it works at 95% of theaters nationwide. Click here to find theaters near you.

How Does MoviePass work?
MoviePass is a simple to use service that allows you to cut the lines at the movie theaters. When you join MoviePass you will receive your very own MoviePass VIP card that you can use at 95% of movie theaters where major credit cards are accepted.  Simply…
1. Download the App (available on both iOS and Android)
2. Check into the theater and movie you want to see
3. Use your MoviePass VIP card to pick up your ticket at the kiosk.

To be eligible to win, fill out this form below, and one reader will be selected at random to win the MoviePass subscription for a year!

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Contest ends February 28th, winner will be notified via email.

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