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RedBox-LogoPlanning on giving the gift of Redbox this holiday? Redbox just made things a little easier for you with its new gift cards.

“The Redbox Card” in its physical form can be mailed to its recipient with a personal message and carries a value.
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The card can be used at a Redbox kiosk or online to rent DVDs and Blu-ray discs.

The digital card is available in increments ranging from $10 to $150 and is a virtual card that can be emailed or printed out. The digital card can be used to reserve movies or games online.
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You can find complete details on both cards (and purchase them) here. Will you be giving a Redbox card to someone special this holiday? Will you be sending any to yourself?

7 Responses to “Redbox Launches New Physical/Digital Gift Cards”

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    Mike [visitor]

    Gift cards are great gifts for that one person you are unsure what to get. Since everybody I know rents movies and there’s a Redbox kiosk virtually everywhere, I’ll probably give one of these.

    On a side note, I think the new physical gift cards are a good idea especially if you wanted to let your child rent movies or give to someone who doesn’t have a credit card – who wouldn’t have a credit/debit card to be able to rent otherwise. It would be even better if you could reload the cards instead of ordering a new one and having to pay for shipping all over again (or maybe you can, I haven’t looked into it)

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    Vernon Dent [visitor]

    The $10. value gift card will be the most popular.

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    BBQ [visitor]

    I don’t see a ratings limit on the card, so – how would I give this to a child, who might try renting The Conjuring, thinking there would be rabbits appearing from a hat?

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    Christoph [visitor]

    I like this idea. But what stops the person from renting 2 movies and keeping them for both 20 days going over the cards $25 limit? and if you really do have to use a credit card with this then whats the point of the gift card?

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      Smh [visitor]

      Really? If the person driving the child that can’t reach the box can’t monitor it they’re too dumb to rent. Just saying (eyeroll)

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    Michael [visitor]

    There is no mention of use of a credit card needed but does answer the adding funds to the card which at this time it can not be done.