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Posted on Monday, March 9th, 2009 at 4:20 pm
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Have you seen those Redbox machines that are located at local grocery stores and other retail outlets. These machines are a great way to rent movies for very little cost. Each rental is only a dollar a day, and the locations are pretty convenient.

One thing I really like about the Redbox machines is that Redbox often offers free rentals. When you sign up for the Redbox newsletter, you’ll immediately get a code for a free rental. The newsletter and the blog at the Redbox website will also offer codes for free rentals every so often. In fact, the newsletter usually offers a code for a free rental every Monday.

This is a good month to sign up, if you haven’t already. In March, Redbox is offering an extra free rental on Wednesdays at the blog. That mean you can have two free rentals a week!

Here are the links:

Redbox Sign up

Redbox Blog

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