Netflix Free Trial

Monday, March 29, 2010 at 5:54 pm

The Netflix free trial offer is perfect for those who are curious about the online movie rental company but haven’t made a commitment yet. That’s because you’ll be able to choose from over 100,000 DVD titles for absolutely free during the trial period. I challenge you to find a better deal than that.

In this post, we’ll take a look at the Netflix free trial offer, as well as some of the outstanding features offered to members. When it’s all over, I’m betting that you’ll be clicking on one of our large red Netflix ads in order to get started. There’s a reason why this company is quickly forcing Blockbuster towards bankruptcy, so read on and find out why.

Speaking of which, you can click here to take advantage of the free trial offer from Netflix.

Netflix Free Trial

Here’s how the Netflix free trial works: For a period of two weeks, you’ll be able to order DVDs from Netflix’s selection of over 100,000 titles. These movies will be delivered right to your home via USPS, and you just slip them back into the mailbox when you’re done (the postage is already paid by Netflix). You can keep one movie out at a time during the Netflix free trial, but becoming a member will allow you a greater range of pricing plans.

Once the two-week trial is over, you’ll automatically be billed $9.99 per month (unless you cancel). You’ll then be able to keep one movie at home, but you’ll have unlimited access to all the films available instantly on the Netflix website. That means you can watch them right on your computer, without ever getting the postal service involved.

If you decide to become a member after the free Netflix trial offer, you’ll also be eligible to purchase a Roku Netflix Player for only $99.99. This device will give you access to over 10,000 movies and TV shows that can be watched right on your television.

Netflix Pricing Plans

If you’re not content with having one movie at a time at home, you can choose a different pricing plan. Here are the current pricing options from Netflix:

If you would prefer to only watch streaming movies online, there’s a plan that doesn’t include DVD rentals. For $7.99 per month, you can watch as many Netflix movies online as you want.

On a personal note, I currently have the 5-at-a-time plan. I used to subscribe to the 7-at-a-time plan, but I found that I always had a few movies sitting around for weeks, so cutting down a little was a better fit for my lifestyle. And that’s the great thing about Netflix: there’s a plan to fit everyone’s schedule.

Netflix also had Blu-ray discs for rent, but you’ll need to pay a few extra dollars to take advantage of this. Still, it’s far cheaper than trying to rent them from a brick and mortar video store like Blockbuster, Family Video, or Movie Gallery.

Netflix has hundreds of thousands of movies, and they can be watched on your TV, PC, or mobile device. Try their free trial today.

Netflix Features

So why are people going nuts over Netflix? Let’s take a look at some of the Netflix features.

Try the Neflix free trial!

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14 Responses to “Netflix Free Trial”

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February 14, 2011

curtis bender

i’m interestined in information about streaming videos.i have a wireless bluray player that’s connected to my computer. can i access your programing with my current equipment on my tv.

March 14, 2012

Terry Snow

Even though Netflix really shot themselves in the foot this past year with their ridiculous split between mail and direct movies (ie hike in rates), it’s still the best film rental service out there. Believe me, I was mad enough to look around and try an alternative or two. I’m back to reliable old Netflix now–just without the direct streaming.

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