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http://www.vudu.com/movies/#uiPage/2
http://www.vudu.com/movies/#uiList/2/2

These will most likely only be free for a limited time.

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Quote from SlickDealio View Post :
http://www.vudu.com/movies/#uiPage/2
http://www.vudu.com/movies/#uiList/2/2

These will most likely only be free for a limited time.
What is vudu, and do you have to pay to join?Confused
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Vudu is a movie and TV service. You don't have to pay to join but it is a pay as you go. It tells you how much to rent or own a movie or tv show and charges the credit or debit card you have on file. I like it because there is no monthly fee. New TVs and Blu-ray players offer Vudu as an app that you can watch on your TV. Otherwise you can access it on your computer.
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What is vudu, and do you have to pay to join?Confused
You don't have to pay to join. It's not a monthly service. It's basically an Internet video streaming service that pay to own or rent movies/TV shows from. You can stream them on many devices.

When you first sign-up they will give a credit to watch a movie for free.

If you own an Xbox 360, PS3, or certain Blu-ray players/HDTVs you can stream movies or TV shows on those devices.

The prices are a bit high in my opinion. Once in awhile they have free TV episodes you can own for free. They usually are only free for a limited time.

Many of new Blu-ray movies now include Ultraviolet codes. With those codes you can stream the movies via the VUDU apps.

http://www.vudu.com/ecopy.html

Someone mentioned that if get the $5 pre-order card for certain video games at Walmart you will get a $4.99 VUDU credit. The pre-order cards can be used like regular Walmart gift cards.

http://slickdeals.net/f/5075594-25-Walmart-SAMS-Gift-Cards-24-95-VUDU-credit-for-25-at-Walmart-B-M?v=1
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Quote from suemorg66 View Post :
Vudu is a movie and TV service. You don't have to pay to join but it is a pay as you go. It tells you how much to rent or own a movie or tv show and charges the credit or debit card you have on file. I like it because there is no monthly fee. New TVs and Blu-ray players offer Vudu as an app that you can watch on your TV. Otherwise you can access it on your computer.
Thank you for the information and response I will check it out further.Repped! hug
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Quote from SlickDealio View Post :
You don't have to pay to join. It's not a monthly service. It's basically an Internet video streaming service that pay to own or rent movies/TV shows from. You can stream them on many devices.

When you first sign-up they will give a credit to watch a movie for free.

If you own an Xbox 360, PS3, or certain Blu-ray players/HDTVs you can stream movies or TV shows on those devices.

The prices are a bit high in my opinion. Once in awhile they have free TV episodes you can own for free. They usually are only free for a limited time.

Many of new Blu-ray movies now include Ultraviolet codes. With those codes you can stream the movies via the VUDU apps.

http://www.vudu.com/ecopy.html

Someone mentioned that if get the $5 pre-order card for certain video games at Walmart you will get a $4.99 VUDU credit. The pre-order cards can be used like regular Walmart gift cards.

http://slickdeals.net/f/5075594-25-Walmart-SAMS-Gift-Cards-24-95-VUDU-credit-for-25-at-Walmart-B-M?v=1


Thank you for the helpful explanation, didn't realize all the ins and out of this. When you say: Once in awhile they have free TV episodes you can own for free. They usually are only free for a limited time.

Does that mean you can somehow download and forever own it thereafter.... or do they expire at some point? Thank you for your help.Repped! hug
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Thank you for the helpful explanation, didn't realize all the ins and out of this. When you say: Once in awhile they have free TV episodes you can own for free. They usually are only free for a limited time.

Does that mean you can somehow download and forever own it thereafter.... or do they expire at some point? Thank you for your help. hug
It means they will only be free for a limited time. Usually after a week or two they will go back to the regular price. So for a limited time the price will be $0.00. It will be yours to own and stream forever.

Amazon [amazon.com], CinemaNow [cinemanow.com], iTunes, and the Xbox Video Marketplace [xbox.com] also sometimes offer free TV episodes for a limited. I have quite a collection. Although most are just the first episodes of TV shows.

VUDU is probably the best quality though. They offer movies and shows in 1080p (HDX). Many of the other services are only 720p HD quality.
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Quote from SlickDealio View Post :
It means they will only be free for a limited time. Usually after a week or two they will go back to the regular price. So for a limited time the price will be $0.00. It will be yours to own and stream forever.

Amazon [amazon.com], CinemaNow [cinemanow.com], iTunes, and the Xbox Video Marketplace [xbox.com] also sometimes offer free TV episodes for a limited. I have quite a collection. Although most are just the first episodes of TV shows.

VUDU is probably the best quality though. They offer movies and shows in 1080p (HDX). Many of the other services are only 720p HD quality.

Wow, that seems like a pretty neat concept then. Also can't beat the free movie perks....
Thank you for the help on what is a new topic for me. Smilie
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