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Redbox Amps Up Loyalty Program

Insiders, your fealty to the almighty Box of Red has not gone unnoticed. Redbox recently rolled out an upgraded loyalty program that offers some pretty sweet rewards for regular renters. Read on for details!

The new program, Redbox Perks, rewards customers based on the number of rentals and purchases they make. There’s a free one-night DVD rental as a gift just for signing up, and then there are three tiers of rewards as rentals are accumulated. The tiers are as follows:

Star (10-19 rentals or purchases)

Additional promos for special savings

Free 1-night rental in your b-day month

2 free Blu-ray upgrades per year


Superstar (20-49 rentals or purchases)

Free 1-night rental in your b-day month

3 free Blu-ray upgrades per year

Get alerts for the hottest new releases

Triple Points Earning Days 2x a year


Legend (50+ rentals or purchases)

2 free 1-night rental in your b-day month

5 free Blu-ray upgrades per year

Triple Points Earning Days 3x a year

Get alerts for the hottest new releases


Redbox Perks program members can also earn additional points by downloading the Redbox app, adding a credit card to their profile, and more. Click here for the full Redbox Perks FAQ.

Are you going to be taking advantage of this new program, Insiders?

3 Responses to “Redbox Amps Up Loyalty Program”

  1. Member [Join Now]
    Chad Cronin [chadcronin]

    This not sweet. It’s worse. 10 any rentals get one free was great. Now it takes 14 or 15 rentals and freebies no longer count. Now instead if a free DVD code which you could use off a Blu-ray and pay the difference now most boo texts only work on DVD. It’s more complicated and restrictive and less exciting. I’m encouraged to rent less.

  2. Visitor [Join Now]
    Jim [visitor]

    I agree that it’s worse. A 33% devaluation in the rewards for renting a DVD. My biggest gripe is still the quality of the movies available.

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