When my buddy Carl and I were kids, the best part of Friday was that we knew we were headed to the Video store to rent a few movies and games. We had two in town, Tropical Video and Front Row Video that our Mom and Grandma would call and reserve our selections. They had everything from the latest VHS releases to the hottest Nintendo games. Not to mention a new format called LaserDisc that we though was fancy and pretty cool. While both of these video stores have since closed up shop quite awhile ago, my son’s generation will have a similar experience but with just a slight twist. He won’t remember the family run locations, the be kind please rewind stickers, or the examples of melted VHS tapes, but instead he will remember the ATM style, self serve kiosks of Redbox! To celebrate this revelation, we’re giving away a few Redbox Codes for FREE Redbox movie rentals, so keep reading.
Let me tell you a bit more about Redbox before I give you the details on the FREE Redbox Code. In case you haven’t ever taken the time to stop and check out a Redbox kiosk, the concept is pretty much like an ATM machine, except you get movies out instead of money. You must have a credit card, but they accept ATM/Debit Cards and pre paid credit cards as well. You navigate through a touch screen menu to make your DVD, BluRay, or video game rentals. The prices vary from platform and kiosk to kiosk. For example, DVDs are usually cheaper than BluRays and video games, but are usually under $2 per day. Wait what was that? Per day? GASP! Don’t worry it’s the same concept as the old school video rental places. You pay per day. Our local Redbox kiosk has DVDs for as little as $1 per day. If you don’t return the rental by the next day, then your credit card is charged for another evening’s rental fee. In addition you can also return your item at any Redbox kiosk location, not just the one you rented from. This is great if you’re going on a road trip! You can also reserve selections through their website to make sure they aren’t all sold out.With the exception of the high tech twist, theses kiosks are just like the old video stores from my childhood.
Not that the daily rates are expensive or anything, but there are a few things you can do to help lower the costs of your movie rental habits. Before you checkout, you have the option to add in a Redbox Coupon code. These coupon codes can range from a FREE Redbox Movie rental, to a discount like buy one get one free, or even a few cents off. So how do you get these FREE Redbox codes? Well we’re giving a few of them away (see below for details), they are sometimes on complimentary products like Orvil Reddenbocker’s popcorn, or you can get them directly from Redbox themselves. Why would they give away coupon codes? Simple, the more you rent, the more money they make.
When you rent your first item, you are asked for your email address. Give it out! Not only do you get emailed receipts, but you get emails every once in awhile for free and discounted rentals. In addition if you go to the RedBox.com website, you can even sign up for text message coupons. We usually get at least one free rental a month from the text messages. My wife and I both signed up, so we get FREE Redbox Codes quite often. They are usually at different times so we get to spread out the FREE Redbox Codes.
FREE Redbox Code Details:
Just follow the instructions below. You must be a fan of our Facebook page so be sure to like FrugalFloridaFun.com! Deadline for entries is 8/5/2013 12am.