If you’re thinking about throwing out your DVD player or selling your complete series collection of Seinfeld, you may want to hang on to them for a while. Streaming TV is about to get VERY expensive. With Disney, Apple, and others about to launch their own services, a lot of your favorite shows are likely to vanish behind paywalls. Watching television and movies are about to get very, very expensive. There will be a point where viewers are going to hit their tolerance for monthly subscriptions!
For a limited time, Walmart is offering five free rentals from their local Redbox with the in-store purchase of an ONN DVD player that only cost $19.96! That’s less than renting four on-demand movies, making it a great deal for families and friends who are planning their next movie night. And if you want to get an early start on your holiday shopping, it’s a great gift for the kiddos or any cinephile in your life.
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One winner will receive an ONN DVD Player with 5 Redbox Rentals (RV $19.96). See below for terms and conditions. Open to U.S. residents of the 48 contiguous United States. You must be 18 years old to enter to win. This giveaway ends at 11:59 PM EST on 11.13.19.
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