Redbox Movie Deals!

by SharonW on May 6, 2011 · 4 comments

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Want to rent a movie but don’t want to pay Blockbuster price? I just talked to my cousin who is using this deal every month!!!

When you rent a movie from Redbox (these are the big red boxes outside McDonalds, Kroger, or inside lots of Walmarts) you enter your email address, your credit card and just pick your movie. It will then pop out for you to take home. You only get to keep the movie one night and you only pay $1.00! If you forget to return it, you will be charged $1.00 more every day it stays out.

Here’s the good part though. Alot of times they release a code that will get you the movie for FREE!

Here’s the latest codes to get it free:

  • SNSV26
  • GANTS9
  • DVDATWAG (works only at Walgreens locations)

You can also click here to see a list of other codes that are still valid!

A couple of things to remember:

  1. You can only use 1 code per transaction so if you want to rent 2 in one night, just do 2 tranactions.
  2. I always write down all available free codes so I can just keep trying if 1 code doesn’t work.
  3. Worst case? You might have to pay $1.00. Way cheaper than Blockbuster.

Why pay full rental price, when you can get it for FREE!!!

You can also rent the movie online so you will be guaranteed to have your choice available when you get to the kiosk. The only bad thing about renting online is that you can’t use a code. But it still only costs $1.00. Usually when you sign up online and rent your first movie, you get a code for a free dvd. (I signed up a long time ago, but I think it will still do that.)

***Redbox is running a referral promotion because I am a BzzAgent right now. If you rent online for the first time, then I will get a free rental code. Since the movies only cost $1.00 (and I usually use a code), this is not that big a deal to me. But I just wanted you to know that if you decide to rent online, I will get a free movie.

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