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PRESHOW -- Attend first-run movies in theaters ... FREE

A project in New York, NY by Stacy Spikes

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PreShow allows you to see movies - in theaters - for free. It's invitation only. Join our Private Launch here to be invited.
Backers: 1682
Average Pledge Per Backer: $34

Funded: $56,721 of $10,000
Dates: Mar 21st -> Apr 27th (37 days)
Project By: Stacy Spikes
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Latest News

Watching Ads Verified By Facial Recognition Earns Moviegoers Free Ticket

April 23rd - via: mediapost.com
MoviePass cofounder Stacy Spikes wants to give moviegoers a free ticket for watching 15 to 20 minutes of advertisements, with facial recognition technology and the device’s camera confirming the views. PreShow, an ad-supported platform, is a new concept that Spikes is selling on Kickstarter. Pledges have already surpassed the $10,000 goal and to date, fans of the concept have pledged $46,724 with three days to go. (Read More)


April 21st - via: kickstarter.com
As we enter the final week of the Kickstarter campaign for the PreShow Private Launch (Closed Beta), and as we prepare to enjoy more films on the Big Screen together going forward ... ... perhaps it's pleasantly fitting we also get to enjoy - right... (Read More)


April 7th - via: kickstarter.com
1,000 BACKERS. WOW, AWESOME and THANKS!! Sorry for the pun in the headline. But if you scroll down, you will see me smiling. This is not the natural state of my facial muscles, but for this occasion, it is. :) Behind the scenes, our engineering team... (Read More)


March 29th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey, it's Stacy - wanted to post this update because we passed 600 backers. What's the significance of 600, you ask? Well, for one thing, the number 600 is a composite number, an abundant number, a pronic number, and a Harshad number. And we don't... (Read More)

Get free movie tickets for watching 15 mins of adverts

March 25th - via: mybroadband.co.za
Stacy Spikes, a founder of MoviePass, is launching a new service that gives users free movie tickets if they watch adverts. Called PreShow, users will be shown 15-20 minutes of adverts while facial recognition software tracks how much attention they pay to the ads. (Read More)


March 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
Hey, everyone. Welcome to the first Backer Update for PreShow!  It's certainly been a whirlwind of activity since our launch yesterday morning. Today, we passed our target of $10K, and since then we passed 300 backers, too! Very nice milestones... (Read More)

What the Tech? PreShow movie tickets

March 22nd - via: wfmz.com
How many commercials are you willing to watch for free movie tickets? A new Kickstarter project is aiming for 20 minutes. "PreShow" launched the Kickstarter project on Thursday seeking $10,000 from backers. Users will be given free tickets to the movie of their choice if they watch ads before going to the box office. (Read More)

Watch 20 Minutes of Ads to Earn Free Movie Tickets

March 22nd - via: geek.com
Summer blockbusters and Oscar contenders don’t come cheap: The average price for a cinema ticket in 2018 was more than $9, according to the National Association of Theater Owners. But what if you could watch first-run movies, in theaters, absolutely free? (Read More)

MoviePass co-founder’s new app rewards you with movie tickets for watching ads

March 21st - via: bgr.com
After watching the millionth ad play before finally getting to see the movie he’d come to the theater to watch, Stacy Spikes was eventually struck with an idea for a new business. Spikes is a co-founder and former CEO of MoviePass (we know, we know, but his tenure as chief executive at least pre-dates the company’s wave of troubles), and his new idea is an app called PreShow, a Kickstarter campaign for which has launched today. The basic idea: Watch ads, get rewarded with credit for movie tickets. (Read More)

MoviePass founder tests app that awards free tickets to users spied on by facial recognition cameras

March 21st - via: dailymail.co.uk
The co-founder of MoviePass has developed a new idea to get people to the theater. Called PreShow, users would be able to earn free movie tickets if they agree to watch advertisements for blocks of time between 15 and 20 minutes. (Read More)

MoviePass founder's next big idea: Free movie tickets for watching ads

March 21st - via: engadget.com
Stacy Spikes just wants to get people to the movies. As the co-founder and CEO of MoviePass, he helped popularize the idea of cinema subscriptions. (This was before MoviePass brought in a new CEO and his ambitious -- but ultimately unsustainable -- $10 monthly plan.) As he pondered his next endeavor, he started noticing just how many ads we're subjected to in theaters, something that seems especially egregious as ticket prices keep climbing. And that's not counting the product placement we see in films. (Read More)

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