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I have some good news for all you fans of Pixar and their Toy Story franchise…

When you rent Toy Story 3 (DVD or Blu-ray) from Redbox, you will receive a coupon for $5 off your purchase of the DVD or Blu-ray version of the movie. This offer is good for rentals made between 11/2/10 and 11/15/10 (while supplies last), and the coupon will be good until 11/30/10, which means it could work well for Black Friday shoppers.

AND, if you have a CVS nearby, you can even get Toy Story 3 for FREE. Keep reading to find out how…

CVS is offering a special where you can get the Toy Story 3 DVD for $3.99 when you purchase $25 worth of Proctor and Gamble products before 11/6/10. When you use that with your $5 coupon from Redbox, you end up getting your copy of Toy Story 3 for nothing. Nice deal, huh?

Do deals like this make you more likely to buy the movie they are for? Where you going to buy Toy Story 3 anyway? Share your thoughts in the comments.

10 Responses to “RedAlert: Get $5 Off Toy Story 3 When You Rent It At Redbox”

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    Sarah [visitor]

    How do you receive the coupon? We have a Redbox TS3 right now and don’t have the coupon. Also, my husband works for Procter and Gamble and it’s spelled “Procter” and not “Proctor”. Love the deal!

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    BillyV [visitor]

    Any details on how to get the coupon?

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    Marshall [visitor]

    I’m guessing email. Like I get my receipts. If so people need to make sure to enter one and have a linked account with Redbox.

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    Julie [visitor]

    What I have been reading around the internet is that Redbox sends you a link to purchase it from them at $5 off. Not a good deal. Here’s someone’s blog post on it:
    I rented it yesterday (hoping for the great coupon) and no e-mail arrived from them except for the receipt. I bought today instead from Wal-mart. I used the other coupon mentioned in the blog post linked above off the TS3 combo pack – it was cheaper than buying the deluxe DVD, and less out of pocket money for me than buying it with the CVS deal.

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    David [visitor]

    I had also gotten the Redbox e-mail that explained this promotion (although the explanation left out some details). So I rented TS3 on Tuesday evening, and got no indication of the $5 coupon. I then called Redbox customer service, and they indicated I would get the coupon in the form of a redbox code after I returned my TS3 rental. I explained to the c.s. rep that the language in the promotion was not at all clear that the $5 off would apply only to movies purchased from a Redbox (and therefore not stackable with other offers like the $8 Disney Movie Rewards coupon offer). Redbox was glad to credit my account for one night’s rental ($1 and change for tax).
    I hope you consider getting more details about this, and update your post to keep people from having the same problem I did.

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      Joe Schmuck [visitor]

      Or you can go to Disney’s website & join their rewards club and you can get up to 2 – printable $8.00 off coupons for the BLU-RAY / DVD combo of TOY STORY 3, plus they do this offer on most of the Disney releases. Some of them are even $10.00 off coupons.

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    Jamie [visitor]

    We did the $3.99 deal at CVS we always need toilet paper and paper towels!

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    me again [visitor]

    nah…i’ma just copy it like i do all the other movies i rent.

  8. Member [Join Now]

    i believe you have to buy the movie from redbox to get the $5 dollars off. i love redbox but their new movies are a little too pricey for me. (if i am wrong about having to buy it from redbox, please let me know. i’m getting my info from their facebook page, but i’m still fuzzy on how this offer really works.)

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    ROSEANN HOOPER [visitor]

    Nice post and I thought it was a step up from many of the other entries on your site.