How to Rent and Return a Redbox Movie


Redbox was founded in 2002 and since expanded to 42,000 kiosks. Redbox operates like a vending machine that dispenses movies. As of 2015, Redbox charges $1.50 per day for DVDs, $2 per day for Blu-ray discs and $3 per day for video games. You may keep the disc for as many days as you like.

How to Use a Redbox

  • Locate a Redbox. Redboxes are usually located outside of gas stations, grocery stores and some department stores. To find one close by, go to Scroll down to the menu at the bottom of the page and select "Redbox Locations." Enter your ZIP code or browse by state to find a Redbox near you.

  • Decide whether to reserve in advance or choose from what's available. You’ll need to create an account with to reserve any movie or video game the chosen Redbox currently has it in stock.

    Alternatively, visit a Redbox to rent your movie or video game. You’ll be presented with three options: “Rent a DVD," “Online Rental Pick up” and “Return DVD.” Select “Rent a DVD.”

  • Select the movie or game you'd like to rent, or press “More Titles” to see all of the options available. Select “Add to Cart”. Keep browsing if you'd like to rent more.

  • Select “Check Out” when ready. Enter your personal details and, when prompted, swipe your debit or credit card. Enter your email address to receive a receipt. Press “Done” and your rentals will come out of the slot on the side of the Redbox.

Returning Your Rental

  • Select “Return a DVD” from the opening screen.

  • Point the arrow on the case towards the slot on the right side of the machine.

  • Insert the disc into the slot and the return is completed. Elect to receive a return receipt by email when asked.

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