Die hard Christopher Nolan fans won’t have to pay extra to board “Interstellar” for a second or third time.

AMC Theatres and the film’s distributor Paramount Pictures said they are teaming up to offer an unlimited ticket, which allows them to see the outer space adventure as many times as they want for one price.

“Interstellar” has made $321.9 million since it debuted two weeks ago. The film follows a team of astronauts as they search for planets to serve as new homes for humanity. Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain star in the film.

The price for an unlimited ticket ranges from $19.99 to $34.99 depending on location and will be made through the theater chain’s loyalty reward program, AMC Stubs.

Theater chains and studios have partnered on more expansive ticketing, but in the past it has usually involved a digital download of a particular film or other memorabilia. AMC says this is the first time an unlimited ticket has been offered.