Cineplex Cineplex: Join the CineClub Movie Subscription Program Now Join Cineplex's CineClub Membership Program!

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Movies are back and you can watch something new every month at Cineplex, where registration is open for their CineClub movie subscription program.

Originally launched in August 2021, CineClub is a subscription service where members get one regular admission ticket every month with no expiration, access members-only ticket prices, discounts on concessions and more for $9.99 per month. Here are the monthly perks that come with a CineClub subscription:

  • One regular CineClub member ticket that never expires and rolls over
  • One companion ticket for $9.99 with the CineClub member ticket
  • Up to two CineClub-priced tickets for $9.99 per showtime for additional visits anytime during the month
  • 20% off concessions (excluding alcoholic beverages)
  • 20% off gaming at The Rec Room and Playdium locations in Canada
  • 10% off purchases from the Cineplex Store

CineClub tickets are added automatically each month to active membership accounts and can only be used with regular screenings, but upgrades to premium formats are available with an additional fee. A SCENE membership is required to sign up for CineClub – SCENE membership is free and lets you earn points for free movies and meals at Cineplex, Harvey's, Swiss Chalet and more.

For reference, the $9.99 monthly price is competitive for movie fans, as the price for one general admission ticket is regularly $13.25 in Toronto theatres (pricing may vary by region), which means you'll break-even by watching one movie per month. Plus, you don't have to use your ticket immediately if there isn't anything worth watching, as CineClub tickets do not expire and can be banked towards future showtimes as long as you're an active member.

CineClub memberships automatically renew at $9.99 every month and you can cancel your membership at any time.

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    • Isn't it cheaper to just get passes from Costco or CAA? $9.99 i assume is per person which still is $20 a couple.
      If it was unlimited movies per month, then I would consider it.
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    • I also wish Cineplex sold different passes. Generally we try to go to the best screen which is the fake Imax at our local silvercity. Always annoying that (for the most part) you can only buy regular passes and have to pay to upgrade when used. Would be better if they sold different passes that worked on different admissions (3d, imax, vip, etc..).

      I guess I'm complaining about that because I bet this membership only includes the lowest possible free movie solution.. lol.
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    • Looks like they're running out of cash flow. Ya it doesnt say if it's valid for only the standard 2D movie, or anything like Imax
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    • They use to have 3D Passes, and took many of them years ago when I worked there. I just don’t think any 3D option (at least in Ontario) are being offered at this time because of Covid. Maybe different in other provinces, maybe not, but could be reason they longer are being offered.
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    • I'm interested depending on how the free movie works. Will it be for regular general admission only? And if so, can it be used like other coupon codes where it can be used for AVX/IMAX/VIP too but with just paying the upcharge?

      And can I cancel anytime and re-sign up later if I want?

      I guess we will see more details this week.
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    • Interesting deal... Guess ok for going to movies on days other than on Tuesday
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    • That's not bad, basically a no-brainer to always sign up if you want to watch a movie then cancel it for the month.

      Costco cineplex tickets still seems like the better deal for 2 people though.
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    • They are being Blockbuster video back…
      Not for me but I am sure some will like the 80’s memories
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    • Aside from the original post in this thread, the ad for CineClub can be seen on page 23 of the Star Cineplex magazine at this link. There is some fine print at the bottom which is worth reading for basic terms and conditions.
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    • In Vancouver, an average cost of a movie ticket for Cheap Tuesday is already $13/person (this was a few years ago, I'm sure it's even more expensive now).

      Considering that most Hollywood movies these days are garbage. Most people only go for the blockbusters. The average person only goes to the theater like once a month. This subscription only allows you one movie viewing per month so you're really only saving $3/month if you're in Vancouver.

      It's really only worth it for those who goes to the theater for the experience and doesn't care about what he/she is watching.

      I don't see how this is a deal at all.
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    • People still go to movie theatre's?
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    • People still go to movie theatre's?
      Yes
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    • In Vancouver, an average cost of a movie ticket for Cheap Tuesday is already $13/person (this was a few years ago, I'm sure it's even more expensive now).

      Considering that most Hollywood movies these days are garbage. Most people only go for the blockbusters. The average person only goes to the theater like once a month. This subscription only allows you one movie viewing per month so you're really only saving $3/month if you're in Vancouver.

      It's really only worth it for those who goes to the theater for the experience and doesn't care about what he/she is watching.

      I don't see how this is a deal at all.
      Saving ~23% is not a deal?

      Plus discounts on additional tickets and 20% off concession items.
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    • Saving ~23% is not a deal?

      Plus discounts on additional tickets and 20% off concession items.
      Not really, there isn't a blockbuster every month where I would care about enough to go the theater to watch, so the 20% off movie tickets means nothing to me, so does the concessions.

      I'm certain I'm not the only person that feels that way.

      Also, Many blockbusters these days are releasing on-demand, the same day it is in theatres. This trend will only continue.
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    • Gives me MoviePass vibes, but more sustainable... lol.
      Not right for me, but I'm sure it might be a godsend to some movie buffs..
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    • Not really, there isn't a blockbuster every month where I would care about enough to go the theater to watch, so the 20% off movie tickets means nothing to me, so does the concessions.

      I'm certain I'm not the only person that feels that way.

      Also, Many blockbusters these days are releasing on-demand, the same day it is in theatres. This trend will only continue.
      It's not a yearly sub. Just subscribe for the month when you want to watch a movie.

      And looks like there will be 45 days window before releasing digitally.
      Meanwhile, other companies have made their films available to stream just a few weeks after they hit theatres, such as Paramount with A Quiet Place Part II and Universal with F9. Going forward, Paramount will also adhere to a 45-day theatrical window before bringing its movies available on streaming. Disney has confirmed it will do the same for next week’s Free Guy and September’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
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    • It's not a yearly sub. Just subscribe for the month when you want to watch a movie.

      And looks like there will be 45 days window before releasing digitally.
      I have already watched A Quiet Place Part 2 online, so as The Suicide Squad that was released a day or two ago online in HD quality. F9 is already available online in HD too.
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