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Registered: ‎02-14-2009

Re: Redbox DVD Rentals

I figured you guys had an entire BBY that you could just pull DVDs from at-will.

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Re: Redbox DVD Rentals



That would rock, but alas, we must rent or purchase just like anyone.  I was a Netflix junkie for almost 5 years, but then I realized I was not really watching the movies, but paying each month, so I finally cancelled.  I love the impulse shopping at Redbox, however I have to admit I have paid more than my share of late fees.  I want Redbox Blu-ray!


This weekend was spent with my daughters watching Twilight over and over on Blu-ray and also Bolt.  Bolt was super cute, and my dog...yes my dog...loved it!




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Registered: ‎01-15-2009

Re: Redbox DVD Rentals

Yeah, Redbox is nice.


The only problem for me is that the nearest RB is relatively far away at the time, and it's pretty far out of my way to return there the next night to return something.  I'm hoping for a RedBox in my town soon.

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Registered: ‎02-12-2009

Re: Redbox DVD Rentals

Redbox is alright and I've used it once in a while... but I now get my movies from "other sources".


Now... if they had BD... then I might consider it.

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Registered: ‎04-15-2009

Re: Redbox DVD Rentals

I use Rebox all the time!  My only complaint is I live in a town of less than 100,000 people so the only locations of the boxes are at the only 2 Wal-Marts in town.  Also, a lot of times they don't have the movies that I want to rent!  When really popular ones come out sometimes I have to wait 3-5 days to get my hands on one!


It's probably my fault because you can rent in advance from their website. =]

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