By offering cheap, convenient DVD rentals from kiosks across the country, Coinstar has helped make the verb “Redbox” part of the cultural lexicon. For millions of Americans over the last few years, “Let’s Redbox,” has become a common statement. Since this blog is largely read by people who like to Redbox (along with a few haters), we thought it would be interesting to see just how often the Insiders are Redboxing.
Our in-house team of demographics experts has come up with the following list of categories describing those who Redbox. Read through them, and then hit the comments and let us know where you fit.
The Tuesday Night Stalwart
You know exactly what new and windowed releases are coming out and have a standing appointment with the Redbox employee who stocks your local kiosk each week. Eight or more rentals per month.
You loves you some movies, but you save most of your Redboxing for Friday and/or Saturday nights. Four to seven rentals per month.
You dig Redboxing, but there’s more to life than just cheap DVD rentals. Two to three rentals per month.
Your frugality knows no bounds, and you only Redbox when a new code comes around. Approximately one rental per month.
Once a quarter or so there’s a movie worth Redboxing. Three to eleven rentals per year.
Your local Redbox kiosk and your dentist receive about the same number of annual visits from you. Two or fewer rentals per year.
Fewer than one rental per year.
Let us know where you fit. Of, if you do not fit any of these categories, feel free to add one of your own!