A decent chunk of Netflix subscribers are paying a higher price per disc than they would if they rented from Redbox, according to FeedFlix. The site, designed to allow Netflix users to get the most out of their subscription, allows users to track their rentals and subscription cost in order to calculate the price paid per rental.
As reported by High-Def Digest, FeedFlix has revealed that “around 80 percent [its] users pay more than a dollar a day for DVD rentals. That’s more than Redbox charges now, but the numbers change significantly when you factor streaming into the mix – only 35 percent of FeedFlix users shell out more than $1 a movie when it comes to instant watch titles.”
Netflixing Insiders, how much are you paying per disc these days? If you combine the streaming and by-mail options that Netflix offers, how does the value proposition compare to Redbox for your video-watching habits?
(via High-Def Digest)