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Beginning today and running through the end of the year, Redbox will be giving away five Blu-ray prize packs every day.
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To enter, simply provide your email address at checkout whenever you rent any movie or game from your local Redbox.
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Besides the prize packs, Redbox will also be giving away a year’s worth of free rentals! Full details on the promotion can be found here. Good luck, Insiders!

58 Responses to “RedAlert: Redbox Launches ‘Better in Blu’ Promotion”

  1. Member [Join Now]

    I believe in the “Official Rules” it states that there is “Unlimited” entry, but you have to manually enter it…any other means and you will be disqualified from the contest. Thanks for the tip guys!

  2. Member [Join Now]

    I would watch Eat Pray Love as my first blue ray movie. It is great!

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    Gwendolyn Boyce [visitor]

    I would have to say “Salt”. Action movies always rock. Angelina Jolie and blu-ray would go very good together for a first perfect combination.

  4. Member [Join Now]

    I think I would enjoy Salt also.

  5. Member [Join Now]

    I would have to watch Avatar the Extended Edition as my first Blu Ray movie. The colors will be popping out and I’m sure everything will be breathtaking.

  6. Member [Join Now]

    I second the Avatar entry.

  7. Member [Join Now]

    Absolutely, Avatar would be awesome

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    Melissa [visitor]

    I would definitely watch Grown Ups!

  9. Member [Join Now]

    I would watch O Brother Where Art Thou. My daughter and I can watch that movie a hundred times LOL

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    Karen Kapp [visitor]

    I would watch Sleepless in Seattle

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    Naomi Whetstone [visitor]

    Def watch Eclipse and will def rent Blu Ray DVDs for $1.50.

  13. Member [Join Now]

    SALT and would rent the blu ray for $1.50

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    Annie from Oregon [visitor]

    I would watch Toy Story 3. I prefer to stick with the $1 rental.

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    Moonie [moonie]

    I think my 1st rental would be Twilight Eclipse , and yes I would rent all blue-ray movies from red box

  16. Member [Join Now]

    I would rent Prince Caspian and watch it right away so that I could remind myself what happened before I go see Voyage of the Dawn Treader in the theater. I would rent both types of movies, so long as Netflix doesn’t get them to me first!

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    cgmatus [visitor]

    I would watch Avatar. Yes, I would pay $1.50 rental for blu-ray.

  18. Member [Join Now]

    I would watch Beauty and the Beast with my kids. I would pay the $1.50 for the blu-ray rentals.

  19. Member [Join Now]

    I would have to get Toy Story 3 and would absolutely pay an extra $.50 for a blu-ray disc.

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    Megan Richards [visitor]

    Despicable me! I love that movie. .50 extra to see it on Blu ray is worth it to me.

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    Donna [visitor]

    I would watch the movie Eclipse if I had a blu-ray player. I definitely would pay $1.50 for a rental. Thanks.

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    Sean Richards [visitor]

    “The Dark Knight”. What else is there? $1.50 is worth it.

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    Jennifer Richards [visitor]

    I would watch “Lord of the Rings” in it’s entirety. Sounds like a party to me! And, yes, I would pay $1.50 at Redbox for a Blu-ray rental is very reasonable. We already use Redbox extremely regularly and would get Blu-ray if we had a player.

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    Jennifer [visitor]

    I would watch the Nightmare before Christmas on my new Blu Ray player, and I have no prob forking out the extra 50 cents for the Blu Ray version thru redbox!!!

  25. Member [Join Now]

    First movie I will watch is Avatar. Such a cool movie and I will rent $1.50 blu ray movie.

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    johnbadillo [johnbadillo]

    i would end up giving it to my mom and dad for they are in their 80’s and are totally amazed when they watch blue rays on my set,which would have me making unlimited visits to redox locations. can’t beat the price that redbox offers for a blue ray rental,and non blue ray .99 doesn’t get better than this .

  27. Member [Join Now]

    I would definitely watch Star Trek!

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    dannelle [visitor]

    I love RedBox. If I was the lucky one, I would watch the Shrek’s movies with my nephews and neices for a family night together. The $1.50 for a blue ray rental is a great price. Thank you so much.

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    I would rent the Cosmos series by Carl Sagan.

  30. Member [Join Now]

    I would watch all 3 of the “Lord of the Rings”. Yes, I would pay $1.50 at Redbox for a Blu-ray rental… reasonable!

  31. Member [Join Now]

    I would watch Avatar; I would pay $1.50 to rent it.

  32. Member [Join Now]

    I would watch Princess Bride.

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    MH2Lmaker [mh2lmaker]

    Avatar, for sure.

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    DCMom [dcmom]

    Definitely Shrek, Forever After. This dvd would be my first blu-ray movie and I would pay $1.50 for blu-ray rentals.

  35. Member [Join Now]

    I would rent Toy Story 3 and I would rent it in blu ray from redbox!

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    fenya [visitor]

    I would rent Twilight-Eclipes. This dvd would be my first blu-ray movie. I would pay $1.50 for blu-ray rentals, it is very reasonable.

  37. Member [Join Now]

    It would be difficult to decide as there are a great number of movies that would benefit from the Blu-ray experience. Close Encounters, Star Trek, Star Wars, maybe something with several action sequences or something panoramic with sweeping vistas. Carl Sagen’s series would be a great idea. Some movies would be fine with regular DVDs but there is a treasure trove out there of movies that yearn to be viewed via Blu-ray. FYI a $1.50 can only buy a Sunday paper in today’s economy and soon that will be a thing of the past, so yes it is definitely worth it. Thanks, and Happy Holidays everyone.

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    depends on what movies come out that week at redbox and depends on how much better the picture is with blu-ray.

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    Msfeistybabe [msfeistybabe]

    My family doesn’t have a blu-ray player, and our DVD players are all pretty old. I’m sure the newer models would be a big improvement and blu-ray players would be huge improvement! IF my family won a blu-ray, we would love to watch –The Sorcerer’s Apprentice. We just saw it on dvd from Redbox rental and even our 6 year old daughter thinks that seeing it in Blu-ray would be awesome (she loved all the magic and the bird that they rode on). The Twilight movies would be great also (my daughter loves those as well) :) We really love Redbox prices, it enables us to see many movies months before we could otherwise. We rarely go to the movies and only purchase DVDs of the “best” movies for our family. We would also be able to afford $1.50 for the higher quality blu-ray rentals, and would continue using Redbox for our entertainment!