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Redbox Code Recap for June 11, 2009

With this post I am starting a new feature here on Inside Redbox called the “Redbox Code Recap”. Periodically as there are new, confirmed Redbox promo codes to post about, I will do a recap like this.

Today we have 3 confirmed codes from the last few days I want to share with you…


This code is valid at Stop and Shop only, and expiration date is currently unknown.


This code is valid an McDonald’s only, and is said to expire on June 30, 2009.


This code is currently working at all locations, but may revert to a Shop N’ Save only code at any time. It expires on June 17, 2009.

To get all of the details on each of these and other Redbox promo codes, click here to visit the Redbox Codes page. You can click on each individual code to read comments and see when/where the code has been working recently. Also, be sure to report your experience with each code using the “ADD / UPDATE REDBOX CODE” form found on that page.

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78 Responses to “Redbox Code Recap for June 11, 2009”

  1. Member [Join Now]

    Has anyone tried the TEXT FIT on your cell to 414141 to get a code thing? Saw it on another site and wondering if all are the same or different.

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      mick [visitor]

      I tried it last night & received a code within a second. Haven’t tried the code yet though. They are unique one time codes.

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    Susan [visitor]

    I saw it and I can’t get the code

  3. Member [Join Now] []

    Can anyone help me with workable colorado codes for this weekend? i.e. Albertsons,McD, etc. Thanks!!! Isn’t it amazing that people still continue to purchase regularly at Blockbuster, Hollywood Video, etc? Can’t possibly go on much longer…

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      Barbara [visitor]

      In Houston Blockbuster has $2.00 new release and blue ray rentals. The old DVDs are $1.00/day. They certainly have a much larger selection than Redbox. They appear fairly busy when I’ve driven by.

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        gerry [visitor]

        Here lies the threat to redbox. Who Will Win. As I said before, they are a sleeping giant. They have as much if not more resources then redbox. I fear that redbox will become greedy and lose their status that they now have. Its just as easy to walk in to a blockbuster as it is to go to walmart
        or somewhere else to get to a redbox. I love redbox, but I will go where the best value is for my dollar. Blockbuster is rising to the challenge very cautiously is some areas of the country. Its only a matter of time before they have a hugh shift in their business model. I hope redbox just does
        not let this happen without a fight.

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          Mark [visitor]

          It’s not at all obvious if Blockbuster can compete on this level. Physical stores involve significant costs (rent, clerks, etc.) To compete at a lower rental price BB must increase their volume significantly. The DVD viewing public will be the winner in the short term before the industry shakes out and the survivors can raise prices.

      • Member [Join Now]

        All the blockbusters in my area closed a couple years ago without warning to customers or employees.

  4. Member [Join Now]

    i used to get promo codes sent to me email all the time the last 2 months i have got nothing sent to me whats up with that its not right i have told my family about your website there getting them and im not can you help me?

  5. Member [Join Now]

    All the blockbuster around where I live has went out of businesses, and they are closing more stores as the months go on.