Redbox Celebrates 15 Years of Affordable Entertainment with 15 Cent Movie and Game Rental Nights

 

Redbox Celebrates 15 Years of Affordable Entertainment with 15 Cent Movie and Game Rental Nights
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The company also announced their top 15 movie rentals and top 15 game rentals of all time

CHICAGO, Nov. 27, 2017 — Redbox, America’s leading destination for new-release movie and video game rentals, this week celebrates 15 years of making home entertainment affordable and easy with a three-day promotion featuring one-night movie and game rentals for just 15 cents. The sweet deals start today, Nov. 27 and end Nov. 29.

“Fifteen years ago, Redbox disrupted the entertainment industry with a simple value proposition that changed the way America consumes new-release entertainment,” said Ash Eldifrawi, chief marketing and customer experience officer at Redbox. “Redbox’s value is timeless and now offers even more with game rentals, movie and game sales, Switch game rentals rolling out in select markets, and new formats on the horizon.”

To mark the milestone, the company revealed the top movie and game rentals of all time*:

Top 15 Redbox Movie Rentals

  1. The Hunger Games
  2. 21 Jump Street
  3. Identity Thief
  4. The Avengers
  5. We’re the Millers
  6. The Heat
  7. Flight
  8. Grown Ups
  9. Just Go With It
  10. The Wolf of Wall Street
  11. Captain Phillips
  12. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
  13. World War Z
  14. Divergent
  15. White House Down

Top 15 Redbox Game Rentals

  1. Call of Duty: Black Ops II
  2. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
  3. Fallout 4
  4. NBA 2K16
  5. Star Wars: Battlefront
  6. Rainbow Six: Siege
  7. Mortal Kombat X
  8. Just Cause 3
  9. Doom
  10. Madden NFL 17
  11. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
  12. Tom Clancy’s The Division
  13. Halo 5: Guardians
  14. NBA 2K17
  15. Mafia III

Each day of the three-day promotion, Redbox will unveil a new promotional code via their marketing channels, including FacebookInstagram and Twitter. Each 15th birthday code is good on a different format – DVDs, Blu-ray Discs or Games – and can be reserved on the Redbox app, at Redbox.com or at the Box for a one-night rental for just 15 cents.

In just 15 years, Redbox has rented more than 5.5 billion discs, and still churns out about one million rentals a day, making it the number one transactional home entertainment provider in the U.S. for movie rentals – ahead of other digital rental providers, and all of the nation’s cable and satellite VOD distributors.** Redbox installed more than 1,500 new rental kiosks in 2017, with more planned in 2018. Redbox has more than 41,500 kiosks nationwide, a total larger than the number of Starbucks and McDonald’s locations in the U.S. combined.

*The top Redbox movie and game rentals are based on rental data through November 15, 2017. Game rentals are based on the current generation of game consoles (Xbox One and PlayStation 4).

**S&P Global Market Intelligence

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