Saturday, February 2, 2008

Redbox DVD rentals

For those of you that have not heard of Redbox, I will explain.

Redbox is just that...a large, red box in certain locations where you can rent dvds. It costs $1 per day, new releases included. You choose your movie from the box, and swipe your card to pay. Then you can return the dvd to any RedBox location, not just the one you rented it from. (Go here to find a location near you.) It is a very good deal, don't you think? $1 for a new release. What can beat that?

I'll tell you what can beat it. FREE dvd rentals from Redbox. That is right. FREE. It is possible that you will never have to pay for a dvd rental again. Ever. Seriously.

This website,, will tell you hundreds of useable codes that you can use when you rent a dvd. The codes are for free rentals. So use a code each time you rent and your rental will be free!

The process is simple:

1. Find a code on InsideRedbox. You can search the main database or search by state. I recommend taking at least 3 codes with you to rent in case one doesn't work.

2. On the main page at the Redbox location, click on the button in the lower left corner that says "rent with a promo code."

3. Then type in the promo code and go from there. The rest is easy. Just follow the instructions.

4. Double check your receipt (sent to you via email).

Yes, this works. We have not paid for a rental in many many months. But, here is the catch. The free code gives you the rental for free THAT DAY. If you forget to return it to the Redbox location the next day, you will be charged $1 per day that you keep it. I'm sure there are many people who don't return it the next day, so that is how they make their money. Personally, I make sure we don't forget. I want my rental to be free.

Give it a try! Nothing is too good to be free!

Click HERE to find out how you can get free Redbox rental codes every Monday AND Wednesday!


1 comment:

Tara said...

I'm not sure if this website is sponsored by Redbox or not. I think it must not be as it is people sharing codes - which can be a fine line of cost savings vs. ethics. We use redbox and get free rentals about every other time, so we are only spending about $.53 a rental - which is really affordable! Just food for thought.

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