I just love the little RedBox video rental machines near the Giant Eagle grocery stores here in Akron, Ohio.
Last night I rented Hotel for Dogs for our whole family to watch. I turned it back in this morning then picked up Bishop TD Jakes’ Not Easily Broken movie that I’ve been wanting to see.
Cost? Only $1.07 per movie, if you turn them in on time.
Update: Redbox has changed their online application form — I can’t find it anymore! Obviously they were inundated with queries. But I did get the Redbox application form emailed to me. Let me know in the comments section if your business received a RedBox!
I’m a retailer. How can I get a redbox kiosk installed in my store?
Before a redbox kiosk is installed, an analysis of a location’s suitability needs to be done. Click here to find out the information Redbox wants to know.
Who can I contact if I’d like to discuss business opportunities with redbox?
Please use the Redbox application form and email it to Redbox via the address provided.
Where can I buy a RedBox machine franchise?
That’s what I thought when I finalized my rentals, so I came home to Google it.
Finally, I discovered on RedBox’s website at RedBox.com under their How to Get a RedBox section that they do have a form that business owners serving at least 15,000 customers can complete online to possibly get a RedBox machine installed near their stores.
But whether this is an outright purchase of a RedBox machine franchise or what kind of money split is offered by RedBox — a company out of the lovely Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois — I don’t know.
I wonder how much those machines cost? I wonder how much income they take in, based on the foot-traffic of the location.