Tag Archive: memberships


Samsung offering 1-year MoviePass memberships with Galaxy S9/S9+ purchase in June

If you happen to fall into the Venn diagram of movie fans who are also in need of a new smartphone then Samsung has crafted the offer just for you. Now through the end of June if you purchase either a Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+, you are eligible for two 1-year subscriptions to MoviePass.

Just in case you aren’t familiar, MoviePass is the subscription service that allows you to see movies at most theaters in the U.S. (91% of  [Read More…]

Deal: Get two 1-year MoviePass memberships when you buy a Galaxy S9/S9+

The promotion is available now through June 30.

Samsung and MoviePass are coming together to offer one of the most interesting promotions we’ve seen this year. For a limited time, Samsung’s giving out two MoviePass memberships when you purchase one Galaxy S9 or S9+.

MoviePass is the subscription service that allows you to see new movie releases in theaters by paying a monthly subscription fee, and the version Samsung’s including is the MoviePass Unlimited plan that regularly  [Read More…]

Stack multiple $40 PlayStation Plus 1-year memberships to save for years to come

You’ll be thanking yourself years from now.

PlayStation Plus members know how crucial the subscription service is if you enjoy playing multiplayer on the PS4. Though the price of the one-year subscription was ratcheted up by $ 10 earlier this year to $ 60, most PS4 gamers continue to pay Sony monthly or yearly for their membership between $ 5 and $ 8 a month depending on the subscription length purchased. Right now however, you can pick up multiple  [Read More…]

Amazon says Prime memberships jumped by 51 percent in 2015

Tucked away inside of its Q4 2015 earning report, Amazon noted a pretty significant increase in Amazon Prime memberships around the world in 2015. Overall, paid Prime memberships jumped by 51 percent over the course of 2015, with the U.S. seeing a 47 percent increase alone. Amazon doesn’t reveal exactly how many Prime subscribers there are around the world, but a 51 percent jump is impressive nonetheless.

And that growth is clearly driving more customer engagement with  [Read More…]