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Is there a "Redbox" equivalent in Canada?

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  • Oct 8th, 2011 7:27 pm
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no idea what the name is, but my walmart has one, so does my safeway.
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Sep 19, 2009
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okotoks alberta
safeway had DVDplay i believe every safeway now carry's one across canada.
their price is a 1.75 plus tax per rental per day
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I believe there's one at Loblaws around the GTA
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JK_85 wrote:
Sep 25th, 2009 11:11 pm
I believe there's one at Loblaws around the GTA
correct 1.99 per night

(but it's blue not red hehe)
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Oct 6, 2011
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You can find the kiosks at Walmarts and convenience stores. Its $2.00 per night and $1.00 for each additional night. They also have Blu-ray. You can reserve online before you go to the kiosk.
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They have these at Metro locations they are called zip.ca. You sign up with your credit card, a regular dvd is 1$ a day and a blu ray is 2$ a day. THey put the charges on your credit card. They have movies from 2009 to new releases and I see the manufacture come every tuesday to update the kiosks. this company is only do their business at metro so far but with the great feedback they will expand.
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ally12 wrote:
Oct 7th, 2011 6:34 pm
They have these at Metro locations they are called zip.ca. You sign up with your credit card, a regular dvd is 1$ a day and a blu ray is 2$ a day. THey put the charges on your credit card. They have movies from 2009 to new releases and I see the manufacture come every tuesday to update the kiosks. this company is only do their business at metro so far but with the great feedback they will expand.

I saw the same zip.ca rental machine at Food Basics. I didn't notice any blu-rays. The most recent release DVD's were $2 and the other DVD's $1. They had in total about 360 DVD's to choose from.

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