Basically, you reserve your movie online, then pick it up at a kiosk, generally in chains like Kroger and Walgreens. But of course, make sure there’s one near you before you sign on. (There are 50 in Atlanta where I live.) The movie selection isn’t massive, but it is fairly up to date with choices now including Up, Julie & Julia, and Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince.
But can it really be as cheap as $1/movie? Actually, it’s even better–there’s a steady stream of discount codes available from sites such as Inside Redbox, and using them means you actually get rentals for free. It may not turn you into a millionaire, or anything, but it sure fills the impromptu-family-movie-night gap without emptying your wallet. -Mir
Find kiosks near you and learn more at Redbox.com.