Frugal film fanatics should join Regal Cinemas’ Regal Unlimited program for blockbuster savings. With the movie subscription pass, watch as many movies as you want, as many times as you want. Even better, whenever you want, wherever you want. All at one price. Plus, enjoy 10% off all food and non-alcoholic beverages at the concession stand. However, the biggest savings are at the box office.
Here’s how to join in three easy steps:
♦ Download the Regal app.
♦ Click on any Regal Unlimited banner and follow the steps.
♦ Pay in full or monthly by debit or credit card.
Once registration is complete, get your Unlimited ticket on the app, at the box office or in-theater kiosks.
Note: You can only enroll via the app — not on the Regal website or box office.
What are the perks of membership?
No blackout dates. Watch as many movies as you want, anytime you want.
Enjoy a FREE large popcorn and soft drink on your birthday.
Earn Regal Crown Club credits with every dollar spent using your subscription. (With the pass, you will only earn points on your subscription fees and concession purchases — not individual ticket purchases.)
Be the first to see it with Regal Unlimited screenings.
What’s the cost?
The program has three tiers:
The prices do not include tax, so expect to pay a little more.
Regal Unlimited for $18 per month (or $216 annually) — see movies at more than 200 select theaters nationwide.
Regal Unlimited Plus for $21 per month (or $252 annually) — expand your viewing options to include more than 400 theaters nationwide.
Regal Unlimited All Access for $23.50 per month (or $282 annually) — get access to all 550+ theaters nationally.
Here are the participating theaters in Colorado:
Regal SouthGlenn (Centennial) — Unlimited Plus or higher
Regal Interquest & RPX (Colorado Springs) — Unlimited or higher
Regal Continental & RPX (Denver) — Unlimited Plus or higher
Regal UA Colorado Center & IMAX (Denver) — Unlimited Plus or higher
Regal UA Denver Pavilions 4DX & RPX (Denver) — Unlimited Plus or higher
Regal Cinebarre Greenwood Plaza (Englewood) — Unlimited or higher
Regal Canyon View (Grand Junction) — Unlimited Plus or higher
Regal UA Colorado Mills IMAX & RPX (Lakewood) — Unlimited Plus or higher
Regal UA Meadows (Littleton) — Unlimited Plus or higher
Regal Village At The Peaks & RPX (Longmont) — Unlimited Plus or higher
Regal Cinebarre Boulder (Louisville) — Unlimited or higher
Regal River Point & RPX (Sheridan) — Unlimited Plus or higher
MHOTC Tip: Unless you have a specific theater you always go to (specifically Regal Cinebarre Boulder, Regal Cinebarre Greenwood Plaza and/or Regal Interquest & RPX), your best bet for flexibility, convenience and savings is the second-tier membership, Regal Unlimited Plus, because it includes all participating Colorado locations.
Are there any extra fees?
If you make a ticket reservation via the app, you will be charged a convenience fee (at the reduced rate) of 50¢ per ticket.
If you obtain a ticket for premium format showtimes (including ScreenX, 4DX, IMAX, RPX, 3D and VIP), theaters not included in your plan or eligible movie event showtimes (including marathons, double features and fan events), you will be required to pay a surcharge.
Plus, all showtimes may be subject to an additional surcharge for premium seating.
MHOTC Tip: The program is well worth the price, even for the casual moviegoer, as an adult ticket costs about $12. As a result, the program pays for itself in just two visits per month. Any film you see beyond the initial two is money saved or, as bargain hunters like to call it, “profit.”
Think big picture, there may be some months you only see one or two movies, but there may be other months when you see 5 or 6. In the end, you will still benefit from the program, as long as you see more than 24 movies in the 12-month membership period. If you don’t go the movies very often, skip the program and look for other ways to save on tickets at the theater chain.
For a complete review of the subscription pass, including FAQs and Program Rules, click here.