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FreebieFriday_CommunityEvery week, we offer our readers an opportunity to win free prizes. This week, we’re giving away five-packs of free Redbox rentals to three lucky winners!

The Big Short, a look at the Wall Street shenanigans that helped bring about the Great Recession a few years back, just hit Redboxes this week. Let’s talk about our favorite flicks that feature finances!

Enter this week’s contest by answering the following question in the comments section and then clicking on the green button below:

What’s your favorite money-themed movie?

Your pick can be any movie that prominently features a financial theme. Here are a few ideas to get you going: The Wolf of Wall Street, Inside Job, Trading Places, Margin Call, Wall Street, Brewster’s Millions, Mad Money, and The Pursuit of Happyness. What’s your pick?

Again, answer the question above in the comments section, and then enter the giveaway by clicking here:

You can also earn extra entries by sharing this giveaway via Facebook and Twitter! The giveaway ends on Sunday, and in next Friday’s contest post we will announce the three randomly chosen winners, each of whom will receive five free Redbox rentals! Congrats to our winners from last week: shelley.steen, micjan723, and jlwork30.

Good luck, Insiders!

235 Responses to “Freebie Friday ‘Cold Cash Money’ Edition: Win Free Redbox Rentals!”

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    The Pursuit of Happyness

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    Thomas [visitor]

    Barbarians at the Gate

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    Wall Street

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    Mark [visitor]

    Brewster’s Millions

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    Randy T. [visitor]

    Wall Street

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    Linda S. [visitor]

    The Pursuit of Happyness

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    the wolf of wall street staring margot Robbie, hubba, hubba

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    Wolf of Wall Street is the last good one I saw.

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    david blair [visitor]

    Brewster’s Millions

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    Sandy N. [visitor]

    Trading Places

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    Ronnie Martin [visitor]

    The Town… of my most favorite movies in years

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    Over the Top

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    Richie Rich

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    The king of Wallstreet

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    Patricia Stimson [visitor]

    Mad Money.

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    luigigiuseppe [visitor]

    Rock the Kasbah

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    DocWork [docwork]

    trading places

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    Trading Places

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    The Pursuit of Happiness was my favorite.

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    Trading Places.

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    Jerry Maguire

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    jason2808a [visitor]

    Fifty shades of gray

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    Dennis Hartman [visitor]

    Mad Money was good

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    Mad money

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    Blake Matthews [visitor]

    Brewster’s Millions

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    wall street

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    Rat Race

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    karen look [visitor]


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    Rjmul1 [rjmul1]

    Wall Street

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    Pursuit of Happyness

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    Janet [visitor]

    wolf of wall street

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    Carol [visitor]

    The Pursuit of Happyness

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    Me [visitor]

    Inside Job

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    Obie [obedbosch]

    WALL STREET, it shows the greed and corruption of the place and that power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely!