Blockbuster Free Trial – One Month of Total Access Online Movie Rental

April 19, 2008

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What’s better than a two week free trial of online DVD rentals?  How about a whole month free trial?

I’ve written before how we’ve used Blockbuster free trials to get free movies and just last week I talked about an offer I’d seen for a two week free trial of Blockbuster Total Access.

I mentioned the deal to some of my co-workers last week and one of them came in just yesterday and pointed out a promotion that offers a whole month of Blockbuster for free

She’s a huge movie buff and is constantly renting new DVDs from the store.  I’ve told her in the past she could save a lot of money by using a service like Blockbuster total access or Netflix but she always has to have the latest new release the day it comes out.

Lately she’s been trying to save her money and a budget analysis showed movie rental charges really taking a toll.  I reminded her that as much as she rents movies she could save a lot by using an online dvd service and she’d still be able to get her movie fix.  One of their plans lets you have 3 DVDs out at a time and 5 in-store exchanges per month.

Seems like a no-brainer to me considering she was renting 3–5 movies a week on average.  Of course she’s single so she has a lot more time and money on her hands than we do.  She didn’t really seem to mind spending the money until recently, so when I mentioned the two week trial she had considered trying it out.  Once she found the one month trial she went ahead and signed up and let me know about it.

Unfortunately the free trial is only available to new customers, but like I said before, I’ll just have my wife signup. You don’t need a coupon code or anything just visit their deal page and sign up there.  According to Blockbuster, they can have your first video delivered to your door in as little as two business days. 

One thing to keep in mind, if you decide to cancel at the end of the trial, mail the movie back to Blockbuster a few days before your month trial is up so you’re not charged for the following month.

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  • Jeremy

    Thanks for the tip. I’m signed up with Netflix now for one movie at a time (on their unlimited DVDs per month plan), but I’m going to sign up for this trial, too. That should give me something to watch during the lag between returning a Netflix rental and getting the next one — which seems to be about 4 days.

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