The Redbox kiosk, which resembles a soda vending machine, may be found at over 35,000 places across the United States. Because of its bright red hue, the machine is simple to spot once you arrive at one of the locations.
Each movie listed in the box is carried by the machine in quantities ranging from one to a few dozen copies. However, not every Redbox kiosk carries every Redbox movie; for example, you might discover the Blu-ray edition of The Martian at one Redbox kiosk but not in another a mile away.
You may use your smartphone or iPad to find out what movies each kiosk presently carries by downloading an app that gives you the most up-to-date inventory. It’s something I’ve tried and found to be incredibly useful. You can also check the inventory of your local kiosk by going to Redbox’s website and clicking on a movie you want to rent. The website will inform you as to which kiosks have it in stock.
So, how much is it going to cost you? The cost of renting a DVD for the night is $1.50, plus VAT. The cost of renting a Blu-ray movie is $2, which includes tax.
You have till 9 p.m. the next day to return the movie you rented. If you don’t return it before then, you’ll be charged for each day the movie is out. You’ll be charged the maximum fee for purchase ($34 for a Blu-ray and $25 for a DVD) if you don’t return it within 17 days, and the disc will be yours to have.
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