Do you like DVDs? Would you like to get a FREE night’s rental? If so, you’ve got to check out redbox.
Perhaps you’ve seen a giant red box in your local grocery store, drug store, or McDonald’s. That’s redbox. It lets you rent newly released DVDs for $1 per night (plus taxes). You can return the DVD to any redbox location. If you keep it over 25 days, they charge you for the DVD and you keep it.
What about the free rental? Yeah, it’s coming. If you put your email address in this page, they’ll send you an email containing a promo code. Simply enter this into the redbox machine at checkout and you’ll get one day free. Return the DVD before 7 PM the next day, and you’ll pay nothing.
Do you want a free rental without entering your email? You can have that too! Check out Michael’s site, Inside Redbox, and you will find loads of codes that redbox fans have listed. You can search which codes are most likely to work in your own market. Jot a couple down, head to the nearest redbox, and rent for free. But be sure to contribute back to the community by inputting whether the code worked or not for you. It’s the least you can do.
Now, you may be thinking, “redbox can’t like this.” Well, according to Inside Redbox’s author, redbox actually loves the non-affiliated site. Yes, Inside Redbox is a non-affiliated, non-official site. But the real company likes it. Cool, right?
It’s time to watch Ice Age 2. Yep, I’m a kid at heart.
By the way, I got paid nothing for writing this post. It’s not sponsored. I’m just pumped about my free DVD!
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