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Blockbuster Total Access Gift Card Promotion

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This is just a quick note to let everyone know that Blockbuster Total Access is running a new promotion where you get 50% off your first month plus a free $25 Visa gift card* just for signing up. So…

You can get their 3-at-a-time movie plan for one month plus the $25 gift card in return for just $10 for the first month ($19.99 thereafter). Moreover, unlike Netflix, you can exchange your movies in their stores which gives you more bang for your buck.

*You have to remain a member for six months to qualify for the gift card.

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Comments (scroll down to add your own):

  1. Including taxes (5% in my case) this comes to a monthly rate of $15.07 for the first six months… A similar deal would cost $14.86 for the first six months at Netflix (without the in-store exchanges). So it’s not a bad deal, but it’s not a spectacular offer either.

    Comment by Andreas — May 8th 2008 @ 1:16 pm
  2. It’s an okay deal if you view Netflix and Blockbuster as equals, but we don’t. We used to have Netflix and liked it fine, but are much happier with Blockbuster. Of course, we have four kids and so the ability to swap movies in and out locally is a huge advantage. Moreover, we have pretty mainstream tastes, so the supposedly broader selection of Netflix isn’t a draw. In our case, this is a great deal, as it gives $35 dollars off your first six months of a service. This makes what we view to be a superior service cost the same as an inferior service. Of course, YMMV depending on personal tastes.

    Comment by admin — May 8th 2008 @ 1:22 pm

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