Blockbuster Movies for 99 Cents per Day

Blockbuster, a subsidiary of DISH Network Corporation, says it is lowering the in-store rental price of thousands of movies to only 99 cents per day, introducing single day pricing, and offering lower priced rentals on the newest releases. 

To celebrate the start of this new pricing, Blockbuster is also launching an unlimited free in-store movie rental promotion through July 4, 2011. These new prices and promotions are offered at participating Blockbuster stores.

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The company is also offering single day pricing that lets customers decide how long they want to keep their movie. Just released movies will be priced at only $2.99 for the first day, while other new releases will be priced at $1.99 for the first day.

Additional rental days for all movies are priced at only 99 cents per day.

“Our customers are seeking a better value – we’ve answered with new pricing and the flexibility of single day rentals,” said Michael Kelly, president of Blockbuster.

“Our new pricing gives our customers the best of both worlds: access to the latest releases – many 28 days before Netflix and Redbox – and the most movies at low prices.”

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Moreover, when customers rent a Blockbuster movie priced at $2.99, they can rent another movie priced at $1.99 or less – free for the first day.

When finished watching the free movie rental, customers can return to the Blockbuster store an unlimited number of times to get another one-day rental of any title priced at $1.99 or less – also for free – through July 4 (one free rental out at a time).

According to the company, these limited time promotions are only available at participating Blockbuster stores.

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