I joined A-List when it first started last summer. In January I lost my Wells Fargo credit card. Wells Fargo sent me a new card within about a week and it had a new number on the front and a new 3-digit pin number on the back. I called my creditors who had my card on file for monthly payments and AMC A-List was one of them.
While most creditors are more than happy to update your credit card information, AMC/Stubs does not provide you with an easy way to do that. More problematic is the fact that the agents who answer the phone do not know what to do to update your account either. After about three tries, I did get an agent on the line who told me that my account had been canceled and that if I wanted to start a new account it would cost me an additional $4.00 per month or an additional $48.00 per year. That's right, $48.00 per year because I lost my credit card. Sounds pretty slimy to me and if not illegal, at least immoral.
So if that is how AMC is going to treat early adopters, then I will take my Senior Citizen dollars elsewhere and try one of the other services that other theaters are now using in our area.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend