Location: ORF & AUS; I have an ex-wife and and an ex-house in both cities.
Programs: AA Gold, DL GM, Hilton Diamond, SPG Gold
Redbox Free Rental Codes [Master Thread]
They just opened a Redbox near my house (www.redbox.com). I didn't know whom else may have them, but I figured I would post this anyway. Normally, rentals at teh Redbox are $1 a day. However, if you enter the code BREAKROOM at check out, you get one day free. Another great thing is that the promo is tied to to your credit card (which you swipe before checkout). So I have used this with my 5 different cards for free rentals.
We have had them here in MSP for like 1 1/2 years and there used to be a TON of codes like FREE, DVD, Cheeseburger, Hamburger, JOHN, and many more all were tied to a credit card. So I had like 50 free rentals.
The best one ever was "Supersize Me" (you know the one that shows how bad eating Mcdonalds everyday is.)
Sorry mama I gots to get all the free miles I can.
You can always find the most recent RedBox codes at http://www.insideredbox.com/codes/ . Like most people I carry multiple credit cards, I've found that I can use the same code multiple times, i.e. at least once per credit card.
Also, if you sign up for text message alerts, you'll get a free code on Mondays. I've received one every Monday for the past couple months. They are only good for that day though. Insideredbox.com has a wealth of codes. And, yes, codes are good one time per credit card (pre-paid cards don't work as often).
Haiku for my job:
What I do until the day
I stop doing it
What do you mean by new cc's? Are the codes only good once per credit card?
Yep. Let's say you're churning Citi AA cards and you just got your 2 cards for this 60 day period.
Take card 1, use the 3 codes listed above (there may be more if you have certain grocery stores, we have none just a local Walgreens, so check insideredbox.com) to get your free movies, return and set aside card when done. Redbox seems to track use of codes with CC#.
You'll get one more free code if you give them an email address with each card, so use a new email address for each card as well.
It's a lather, rinse, repeat deal, that doesn't work for anyone who just has a debit card or a credit card or two (except for the one-time use), but works exceptionally well for churners.