MOVIES AT HOME: Renting
We all know the economy sucks. Everybody is cutting down on extra purchases and things they don’t necessarily need. Movies are an easily dispensable purchase. If money is tight, then of course it’s logical to cut down on a few movie outings. Well below are a few ways to watch films in a more wallet friendly way.
* Open 24/7
* Only cost a dollar
* Can return rented DVD to any redbox
* Fines if forget to return DVD
* Can’t pay with cash
These are giant red boxes with a touch screen on the front. They are usually located at Super-marts such as Wal-Mart and pharmacies like CVS and Walgreens. You must to have a credit card to rent the movie. Otherwise everyone would just put a dollar bill and not return the DVD. If you forget to return it then you will be charged are fine on your credit card. I had a friend that forgot they rented a movie from Redbox and left in their car for about a month. Only remembering that they had rented a movie after they saw all the fines on their credit statements. Needless to say they got charged pretty penny for the fees/fines. So if you do go with this convenient choice for renting a movie, just make sure you read Redboxs’ policies and terms and return the DVD with 24 hours of renting it. To find a Redbox location near you check out the official Redbox website.