Redbox delivers convenient, affordable access to new release DVDs and catalog titles. With a rent and return anywhere policy, consumers can now rent DVDs from the Redbox kiosk at Kangaroo Express in Cleveland and return them to any of the more than 21,000 redbox locations nationwide.
“By placing our Redbox kiosks where consumers already shop, Redbox makes it easy for movie lovers and people on the go to rent the latest new release DVDs at an affordable price,” said Gary Cohen, senior vice president marketing and customer experience, at Redbox.
Redbox rents movies for a low nightly cost, and new users are invited to register their e-mail address at www.redbox.com to receive a free one-night rental code. Also, as part of the Free Movie Monday promotion, every Redbox consumer can register their mobile phone at www.redbox.com to receive a free one-night rental the first Monday of every month.
Each Redbox kiosk holds 630 DVDs, representing up to 200 of the newest movie releases. Consumers simply use a touch screen to select their favorite movies, swipe a valid credit or debit card and go. Redbox users have the flexibility to keep the DVD for as long as they like and are charged a low fee for each night they keep the movie.
For added convenience, consumers also can visit www.redbox.com to reserve their DVD online or via the iPhone app from Redbox and pick it up immediately at the Redbox location of their choice.
Redbox Automated Retail, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Coinstar, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSTR), offers new release DVD rentals through its network of conveniently located, self-service kiosks.
Redbox has rented more than 750 million DVDs and is available at approximately 21,600 locations nationwide, including select McDonald’s restaurants, leading grocery and convenience stores, and Walmart and Walgreens locations in select markets.
For more information, visit www.redbox.com.
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