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Redbox Automated Retail LLC is an American company specializing in DVD, Blu-ray and video game rentals via automated retail kiosks. Owner of Redbox movies is Apollo global management and founded in 2002.It’s Headquarters was located in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois, US.

  • Customer service: +1 866-733-2693
  • Founder: Gregg Kaplan
  • Founded: 2002
  • Headquarters: Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois, United States
  • Acquisition date: February 2009
  • Parent organization: Apollo Global Management
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It takes your rental experience to a whole new level. Find a box near wherever you’re at. Look inside of it to see what DVDs, Blu-ray™ Discs, and games are for rent. Then reserve your discs for quick pickup later that day.

Redbox is testing its second attempt at a streaming service. Redbox, best known for its DVD rental kiosks, is planning to follow Netflix into the streaming business. Redbox Instant offered on-demand movies and TV, and also gave its subscribers vouchers so they could rent physical copies from the company’s DVD kiosks.

Redbox movies
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Redbox is officially venturing back into streaming — on a trial basis, anyway. A Redbox spokesperson told Variety Thursday that the company has started to test its new streaming service, dubbed Redbox Digital, with some customers. Variety first reported in April about Redbox’s plans to launch a new streaming service.

Redbox On Your Android Device provides services such as:

1.Find Redbox locations near you

2.Reserve movies and games for quick pickup before they rent out.

3. Redbox app for Android is free to download.

If you hold onto your disc for the maximum rental period (almost everywhere, it’s 17 days for movies and 23 days for games), you’ll be charged the maximum charge and the disc is yours to keep. In most areas, those fees are $25 + tax for DVDs, $34 + tax for Blu-ray™ Discs and $69 + tax for video games.

Options for renting movies even without Blockbuster:
  • Home to both 2D and 3D movies, offers one of the largest Blu-ray catalogs you’ll find anywhere.
  • Netflix.
  • Redbox.
  • Your local library.
  • Your local video store.
  • Amazon Instant Video.
  • iTunes.
  • Netflix.

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