Redbox Coupon Codes


Given Redbox’s national expansion into gaming and the Netflix price hike, I’ve been paying more frequent visits to my local disc dispensing kiosk. And there’s really not much to say… Redbox kiosks are super efficient and disc rentals are extremely economical, even if the selection is sometimes limited. But, to avoid disappointment, one can browse their online catalog before hitting that supermarket, 7-Eleven, or Mickey D’s. Further, promotional coupon codes are frequently available online. I needed a Call of Duty fix a few weeks back and actually discovered codes designed to provide a free one night DVD rental will actually take $1 off a $2 Blu-ray or video game rental as well (but only the first night). Even better? Redbox provided us with some unique, one time codes to share.

Entering this giveaway is as easy as it gets, simply leave a comment if you’d like one of five Redbox DVD rental codes. We’ll choose the winners at random in a few days.

45 thoughts on “Redbox Coupon Codes”

  1. We love using Redbox on trips with the DVD player in the van….and renting a disc in one city and dropping it off in another!

  2. I’d love a free Redbox coupon code. I think they have the best service. They are inexpensive compared to one-time downloads or streaming rentals. And I don’t spend enough time watching moves to warrant a streaming plan. But to watch one or two movies a month – Redbox is such a great option!

  3. Hi Dave , If you have a jailbroken iphone, you can download an app called redflix.This app will not only show previews of movies, but has a coupon code data base. The codes don’t always work, but I manage to rent at least 1 free movie every week.

  4. That damn Redbox on the way home from work makes me cheat on Netflix all the time. I still love you Netflix, but Redbox is always there for me.

  5. Due to budget cuts, the local library has curtailed its DVD purchases and I’ve been visiting the Redbox (and Blockbuster) kiosks more often lately. A free rental code would be great.

  6. Absolutely! Never tried Redbox until Netflix announced their rate hike. Haven’t cancelled Netflix yet but have so far been pretty impressed with Redbox — especially since my family does most of its movie watching on the weekends.

  7. Redbox is so much better than BlockBuster Express. Every time I use a BB Express kiosk, I have to click through a legal agreement. Totally lame.

  8. Whenever I see a movie with a so-so review I think “probably still worth a shot from Redbox for a buck”

  9. I’ve enjoyed redbox. Both games and movies. I can see opportunity for them in building queues like Netflix for movies and games and placing those upcoming movies and games in proximity and letting you know it’s there. There have been a number of times where the movie I want to see isn’t at the redbox near me.

    Please include me in the drawing. Thanks!

  10. I’ll admit it…I’m addicted to Redbox coupon codes. Even if it’s just saving a buck, I get an unhealthy pleasure from getting my movie for free. I’ve even considered calling my credit card companies and faking a lost card, just so I can get newly issued cards with new numbers that will each work once with the infamous DVDONME code.

  11. Netflix price hike is coming Sep. 1 – I will be cancelling my subscription so this is a good time to try Redbox.

  12. I’ve only recently began using RedBox as I ditched my Netflix subscription in light of the recent rate hike.

  13. I am in and hoping that there are not already known codes like these ones:

    DVDATWAG (Walgreens)

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