Here's how you can you can watch a movie just two months after its theatrical run

...for as low as P75 a title!


( Have you ever wanted to catch a movie in local cinemas only to realize that you've missed the theatrical run? Or maybe you were just too busy at the time of its release? Blink, a nifty online streaming service, has partnered with SM Cinema to give its users access to movies just two to three months after they're gone from theaters. From rom-coms by Star Cinema and Regal Entertainment to exciting international blockbusters, Blink's Rental service offers movies priced on a per-title basis for as low as P75 to P150.


Blink also offers its Online Cinema service, which feature films that have not been released in local cinemas and are available exclusively on the Blink platform. It also has a Pay Per View (PPV) option, where you can watch your favorite shows live on local TV channels like ETC, 2nd Avenue, and more.


You can also access their library of old movies and TV shows for P125/month, but if you choose to subscribe for a year, you can have unlimited access to their library for P99/month. (Prices don't cover titles released under Blink Rentals and Online Cinema.)




Make it a family affair and watch your favorite movies on three devices simultaneously. Blink will be launching a "temporary download" feature next month so you can watch on the go without worrying about your data plan. If you decide to stream online, the service adjusts its loading time to your Internet connection.


It also allows flexible payment options: You can opt to pay via credit card or charge it directly to your phone bill or use SM Advantage Card points. Blink prepaid scratch cards are also available at all SM Cinema counters nationwide.


For more information, visit Blink's website or Facebook page.

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