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Free DVD Rentals at Redbox!
I was going to post this next week but it’s TOO good to keep hidden. EVERYONE needs to know about this. Redbox offers free 1-day DVD rentals! Redbox is a company that vendors DVDs out of red kiosks at various convenience stores, fast food restau...
I was going to post this next week but it’s TOO good to keep hidden. EVERYONE needs to know about this.
Redbox offers free 1-day DVD rentals! Redbox is a company that vendors DVDs out of red kiosks at various convenience stores, fast food restaurants, and grocery stores around the nation. Did I mention that they offer free 1-day DVD rentals!
I understand that this is old news for some of you (if not all), but it’s NEW to me, so back off! I tried it for the first time last Monday. I picked up Mall Cop with Kevin James. It was Craptastic. I digress.
Here’s How it Works:
Redbox generates codes to enable more people to use their services and get people through the doors of their partners.
These codes can be found at:
Inside RedBox : A list of working Redbox codes and last time used
Redbox.com : Have Redbox text you via SMS or Email you a code the 1st monday of every month
Now that you’ve obtained the code…
Go to a Redbox Kiosk
Touch “Rent with a Promo Code”
Select a Movie
Swipe your card
Take the movie
Watch the movie
Return the movie by 9pm the next day
Things to Know:
Code can be used multiple times with different credit/debit cards.
You are charged $1 each night you keep it after 9pm the next day.
It helps to know what movie you want to rent before reaching the kiosk. The line may be long.
You can return the DVDs at any Redbox location.
How awesome is that!?! You can pick up groceries and a free DVD rental while you’re at it. With Hulu and now Redbox, I may even discontinue my Netflix subscription.
Are you a Redbox-er? How long have you known about these codes and why haven’t you told me before!?!?
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