Redbox Movie Rental Codes – Redbox Movie Rental Franchise

Thursday, October 22, 2009 at 9:11 am

This post deals with Redbox movie rental codes and the requirements for getting a Redbox movie rental franchise. But before we get to that, let’s pause for a paragraph and look at a little background.

If you’re wondering what Redbox is, try thinking back to the last time you visited Wal-Mart, McDonald’s, or someplace similar. Did you notice a massive red box in the lobby which looked kinda like a vending machine? Well, that’s Redbox. You see, that box is filled with movies, and all you have to do is walk up to the machine, select which film or films you’d like to see, enter payment information, and then collect your movie just like you would a soda or bag of chips. Each rental costs $1, and you get them for 24 hours. After that, you’re charged just $1 per day until the rental is returned. And Redbox movies can be returned to any Redbox machine, regardless of where you picked the movie up in the first place. If you’d like more information on the whole Redbox phenomenon (and it is a phenomenon), be sure to read my in-depth Redbox article located on the main page of this site.

redbox

Now back to our regularly scheduled program, aka a discussion of Redbox movie rental codes. So what are they? Well, each the business distributes free Redbox codes to those who sign up at their website (these codes can also be found on sites dedicated to listing free codes). The codes give you access to a free one-night rental from Redbox, and it’s the company’s way of getting new folks to try out their product.

So just for signing up to have an occasional unwanted email delivered to your inbox, you can get a free movie every week. How is that not a great thing? Just get the Redbox movie rental codes and punch them into your favorite location for a free rental. It’s as easy as that.

As for starting a Redbox movie rental franchise, the requirements are a bit tougher. First off, you need to be a business owner who serves a minimum of 15,000 customers per week. That’s the biggest hurdle, and, if you can pass it, you may be well on your way towards having your very own Redbox movie rental franchise. If you’re interested, head on over to the Redbox website and fill out a submission form. You’ll need to provide the following information:

- Name
- Email
- State
- Zip Code
- Where your business is located (college, grocery store, airport, military base, etc.)
- Average weekly traffic
- You’ll also be asked to describe your location. I guess Redbox isn’t interested in having a machine out in front of the local sex arcade.

If you serve enough people and your business doesn’t require someone with a rag to clean up afterwards, then you may qualify for a Redbox movie rental franchise. If so, expect to pick up a nice chunk of change each month, as Redbox continues to grow in popularity throughout the country.

And speaking of movie rentals, how about taking a look at these articles on the subject:

Good Movie Rentals

Redbox Movie Rentals

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11 Responses to “Redbox Movie Rental Codes – Redbox Movie Rental Franchise”

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January 25, 2010

donna wake

wE DO NOT HAVE 15000 PEOPLE A WEEK BUT WE DO HAVE EVERY ONE IN TOWN COMING BY WE HAVE A FEED/FARM AND HOME STORE IN A VERY SMALL TOWN ABOUT 1500 WE HAVE HAD SEVERAL PEOPLE WANTING US TO GET A REDBOX WE WOULD REALLY LIKE TO BRING MOVIE RENTAL TO OUR COMMUNITY.
THANK YOU
DONNA WAKE
SEC TRES
WAKE FEED & FERTILIZER, INC

March 10, 2010

David

Thanks for the info. This is a really useful post for thse who are new to redbox and for those who want to open up a redbox franchise.

See you

March 28, 2010

nick

i love redbox i want to own one have a place but not a business everybody go to the nearest redbox and enjoy!!

July 13, 2010

Dana K. Belser

I’m very interested in learning more about REDBOX Movie Rental Franchise opportunities (it they exists). Please provide any/all available information. Thanks!

v/r
dkb

September 13, 2010

Southwestern College

we would like information how we could get a red box installed on our campus our enrollment is 1700 students plus we have other groups in our community visiting our campus so i might say 10000 people weekly visit our campus just need more info so our students in our dorms can enjoy

November 12, 2010

Garey Coke

I would love to introduce the “Red Box” concept in the caribbean (Bahamas/Jamaica). Do you think this is possible.

November 12, 2010

Shane

At this time, I’m pretty sure that Redbox is limited to the United States.

November 16, 2010

JT

Is Redbox available in New Zealand? How about Hawaii?

Thank you,
JT

November 17, 2010

Shane

No for New Zealand. There are multiple Redbox locations in Hawaii. To find the availability in your area, you can visit the following:
http://www.redbox.com/Locations/LocationSearch.aspx

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