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Archive for July, 2009

As regular readers of this blog know, I use Redbox (obviously) but am also a Netflix member (on their $10/mo unlimited plan). I really think the combination of these 2 services go together very well, and I use them both regularly. If you haven’t tried Netflix along with Redbox, I encourage you to do so. If you like movies, I think you will enjoy having access to both services.

Anyway, I ran into an article in the New York Times this weekend profiling Redbox. Along with the usual general information about Redbox, an interesting statistic came up: Redbox is now renting out DVDs at a rate of 7.5 million per week.

Why is this significant? Well, Netflix ships about 10 million movies per week. At the current rate of growth, Redbox should catch Netflix in rentals per week sometime this fall. This will be a big milestone for Redbox, making them the most used DVD rental service in the country.

The question is: How long can Redbox sustain this growth? When will their numbers start to decline?

It may still be awhile, and perhaps we will see them enter the digital market to solidify their spot as a leader in the movie rental space. I certainly hope they can stay competitive for a long time to come.

Do you use Netflix along with Redbox? If so, tell us what you think…

Here are your Top 20 Rentals from Redbox for the week of June 29 – July 5, 2009…
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  1. “Confessions of a Shopaholic”
  2. “12 Rounds”
  3. “Gran Torino”
  4. “The Code”
  5. “Inkheart”
  6. “Pink Panther 2”
  7. “Madea Goes to Jail”
  8. “Paul Blart: Mall Cop”
  9. “He’s Just Not That into You”
  10. “Street Fighter:Legend Of Chun Li”
  11. “Taken”
  12. “Friday the 13th (2009)”
  13. “Defiance”
  14. “The International”
  15. “Valkyrie”
  16. “New in Town”
  17. “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”
  18. “Bride Wars”
  19. “Fired Up!”
  20. “Revolutionary Road”

Redbox Promo Code for July 6, 2009

It’s the first Monday of the month, and that means it is time for the monthly Redbox promo code that works at all Redbox locations. Today’s code is:


Expires tonight (Mon, July 6) at midnight.

And remember, there is another free code that should be working through tomorrow (July 7). Enjoy!


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Click here and enter your zip code to see for yourself…

UPDATE: “The Unborn” not coming to Redbox…

Several members of this site have commented that Redbox told them that “The Unborn” was not going to be available and was being pulled from kiosks. No reason was given, but it likely has something to do with it being a Universal title, and related to the lawsuit.
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If I find out more, I will let you know.
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A new Redbox promo code has recently been reported as working. It appears that it was created to celebrate Redbox now having their kiosks in H-E-B grocery stores, but it is working at many different locations – possibly all locations.

Give it a try and report back on whether or not it is working for you.
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Code: 7HE79B

Enjoy it, have a great 4th of July weekend, and remember Redbox will bringing us another free code on Monday, July 6.