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New RedBox Codes for Free Movie Rentals

Posted on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010 at 9:53 am
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This one is for kodabear and anyone else who would like to rent a free movie this weekend.

Here are the current Redbox Codes that will get you a free movie rental. In case you aren’t familiar with the process, this is the way it goes.

You select your movie using the screen on the Redbox machine and then enter your credit card info (even though you won’t get charged for the movie when you use the code, you’ll still need to have a credit card that can be charged in case you don’t return the movie). Enter your code, and you’ll get the movie rental for free.

Some Redbox Codes can only be used on machines at certain locations, so make sure you know which codes will work at your local machine.

And since codes can sometimes reach their limit or expire, enter another code if the first one doesn’t work for you.

DVDATWAG Use this one at Walgreens Only
DVDKROG Use this one at Kroger Only

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