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It's crazy to me that digital rentals are usually around $5 or $6 when you can rent them at Redbox for $2.00. I hope this adjusts as more and more people take on streaming services.
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Yes, but getting one from Redbox requires:
1) Deciding ahead of time what you'd like to watch
2) Commuting to the location to get it
3) Hoping they actually have it available
4) Inserting the disc into a player and suffering through a bunch of unskippable menus
5) Taking the disc BACK to Redbox when you're done

OR

Decide you want something spur of the moment, click a button, and you have it.

Point being, you can charge more when your service is more convenient.
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Jesus...how far away is the nearest Redbox that you burn $2 fuel just to return a movie? Lol. That would be roughly 20 miles for me....
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Shows $2.99 for me now, thanks.
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It's crazy to me that digital rentals are usually around $5 or $6 when you can rent them at Redbox for $2.00. I hope this adjusts as more and more people take on streaming services.
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It's crazy to me that digital rentals are usually around $5 or $6 when you can rent them at Redbox for $2.00. I hope this adjusts as more and more people take on streaming services.
It wont be for a while, they understand people would lovevdigital copies so to make a profit they are higher. Similar to the vudeo game industry hard copies can be 20 while digital remains at 50.
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It's crazy to me that digital rentals are usually around $5 or $6 when you can rent them at Redbox for $2.00. I hope this adjusts as more and more people take on streaming services.
Yes, but getting one from Redbox requires:
1) Deciding ahead of time what you'd like to watch
2) Commuting to the location to get it
3) Hoping they actually have it available
4) Inserting the disc into a player and suffering through a bunch of unskippable menus
5) Taking the disc BACK to Redbox when you're done

OR

Decide you want something spur of the moment, click a button, and you have it.

Point being, you can charge more when your service is more convenient.
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It wont be for a while, they understand people would lovevdigital copies so to make a profit they are higher. Similar to the vudeo game industry hard copies can be 20 while digital remains at 50.
That seems silly to me. They dont take retail space, and they arent produced on physical media then shipped. When you have physical media then you have a better value that can be traded or sold and never taken away (outside of theft). Digital you are usually limited to internet bandwidth, server operation, and god forbid you lose or forget your sign in credentials. I buy physical media then make a digital copy.
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That seems silly to me. They dont take retail space, and they arent produced on physical media then shipped. When you have physical media then you have a better value that can be traded or sold and never taken away (outside of theft). Digital you are usually limited to internet bandwidth, server operation, and god forbid you lose or forget your sign in credentials. I buy physical media then make a digital copy.
Backup. You don't make a copy, because those are illegal. You make a *backup*.
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I enjoyed this movie even though the moms hips got bigger.


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It's crazy to me that digital rentals are usually around $5 or $6 when you can rent them at Redbox for $2.00. I hope this adjusts as more and more people take on streaming services.
It's because Digital usually drops first, and sometimes you gotta wait a week for the disc to drop. It's also why you can buy the digital movie for $20 or buy the Bluray/DVD/Digital copy for $20 or less.
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It's crazy to me that digital rentals are usually around $5 or $6 when you can rent them at Redbox for $2.00. I hope this adjusts as more and more people take on streaming services.
It's not too bad if you think about it. In the 90's, we'd have to actually put on pants, drive to the video store, hope they had what we wanted in stock, and prices were still between $4-$6. 20 years ago. Not bad that prices are still the same but you don't even have to leave your house. The fact that redbox is so cheap is just testament to the "comfort tax". If you're willing to travel, you get it cheaper.

I'm not saying I wouldn't like digital rentals to be cheaper, but they're the same price as rentals 20 years ago, so not bad!
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I was suprised at how disappointed I was with this movie. It was the movie I most looked forward to for the summer & turned out the most disappointing. JackJack was great tho.
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Yes, but getting one from Redbox requires:
1) Deciding ahead of time what you'd like to watch
2) Commuting to the location to get it
3) Hoping they actually have it available
4) Inserting the disc into a player and suffering through a bunch of unskippable menus
5) Taking the disc BACK to Redbox when you're done

OR

Decide you want something spur of the moment, click a button, and you have it.

Point being, you can charge more when your service is more convenient.
I used to pass by 8 Redbox machines on my way to work, but not anymore. Returns are often a special trip, which costs me about $2 just in gas. I've decided it is often cheaper for me to rent digitally by the time I factor in extra days and fuel (not to mention time).
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Yes, but getting one from Redbox requires:
1) Deciding ahead of time what you'd like to watch
2) Commuting to the location to get it
3) Hoping they actually have it available
4) Inserting the disc into a player and suffering through a bunch of unskippable menus
5) Taking the disc BACK to Redbox when you're done

OR

Decide you want something spur of the moment, click a button, and you have it.

Point being, you can charge more when your service is more convenient.
LMAO. Go on redbox.com and figure out which movie u want, input your ziocode, find a box that has the movie u want, pay for the movie, it's reserved for 24 hours. All from your couch in a couple minutes. THEN drive to get the movie while your out running another errand or 2. The way you described is not only fairly painless, but it's also much more complicated than it actually is. Come on...don't over complicate and exaggerate something just to justify spending an extra dollar or 2...
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I used to pass by 8 Redbox machines on my way to work, but not anymore. Returns are often a special trip, which costs me about $2 just in gas. I've decided it is often cheaper for me to rent digitally by the time I factor in extra days and fuel (not to mention time).
Jesus...how far away is the nearest Redbox that you burn $2 fuel just to return a movie? Lol. That would be roughly 20 miles for me....
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