Retail giant Costco has extended its discount offer for a year of both indie movie streaming service Fandor and movie theater subscription service MoviePass until Wednesday, January 10 — and opened the deal up to non-members. Costco members pay $89.99, and non-members an extra 5%, or $94.49 by our calculation.
Fandor alone normally costs $90 annually, so you can think of this deal as taking out a Fandor subscription and getting a free gift of MoviePass.
MoviePass normally costs $9.95 a month, for which subscribers can see a movie a day at participating theaters (which now number more than 91% of theaters across the US, according to MoviePass). For more information, visit MoviePass.com.
Fandor offers more than 5,000 titles, including “Hollywood classics, undiscovered gems, and the latest festival favorites.” It normally costs $10 monthly, with a 14-day free trial. For more information and device compatibility, visit Fandor.com.
You can get the Fandor/MoviePass combo offer by signing up at Costco.com. Non-members will need to create a Costco account first. After your purchase, you’ll receive codes to enter at MoviePass.com and Fandor.com.
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