Fandor/MoviePass Expands

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

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

You can get the Fandor/MoviePass combo offer by signing up at Non-members will need to create a Costco account first. After your purchase, you’ll receive codes to enter at and

About Les Luchter

Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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