One Day Only! Get Your Free Redbox DVD Rental Today (March 8th) as Redbox Celebrates its Two-Billionth Rental

 Today, which is March 8th, 2012, you are able to rent one free movie from any Redbox location.…

 Today, which is March 8th, 2012, you are able to rent one free movie from any Redbox location.

We all can thank the customer who rented the movie “Drive” from a McDonalds in Philomath, Ore. for the free film.

That customer rented Redbox’s two billionth disc, and as a way to commemorate the occasion, they’re giving everyone a free rental.

The company wants you to “like” them on Facebook to get the promo code; however, we’ll just give it to you here. Punch in promo code “Thanks2U” at check out and voila.

However, make sure you still have your credit card handy. (They’ll still charge for fees for any disc returned late.)

Not sure if there’s a Redbox near you? Check out locations here.

Check out Redbox’s official press release about this occasion.

Redbox Press Release:

Redbox achieved an entertainment milestone this weekend having rented its two billionth movie and video game. The two billionth disc, Drive, was rented at a McDonald’s restaurant in Philomath, Ore. To thank America for making Redbox its destination for entertainment, Redbox invites everyone to enjoy a free, one-night movie rental on Thursday, March 8, by using a promotional code available on the Redbox ® Facebook page.

“We’ve always known how much America loves easy, affordable entertainment, and today we can prove it two billion times over,” said Scott Di Valerio, chief financial officer of Coinstar, Inc. and interim president of Redbox. “Just 18 months ago, we rented our one billionth DVD and we couldn’t be more excited to celebrate this remarkable second rental milestone with our customers.”

Consumers can join in the celebration by visiting the Redbox Facebook page to share a promo code for a free, one-night DVD rental with friends and family. The promo code is valid on March 8 only. New-release titles now available include Hugo and In Time. Starting tomorrow, Footloose, Jack & Jill and Like Crazy will be available at kiosks nationwide.

Redbox is located where America shops with more than 35,400 kiosks nationwide across 29,000 convenient locations. Today, more than 68 percent of the U.S. population lives within a five minute drive of a Redbox kiosk. Finding the nearest Redbox location is simple on, via theRedbox iPhone ® and Android™ apps or by texting FIND to 727272.

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