Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Today ONLY! Up to $26 Free for Blockbuster.com

I am happy to report, Shop at Home is still offering great Labor Day money back offers!

In fact, TODAY ONLY you can make up to $35 for trying Blockbuster.com and becoming a new paid member! Who doesn't like to watch movies for free. Wait! Who doesn't like to watch movies and MAKE MONEY!

And, you never know, give the trial a test run, and you may find that it is something you family enjoys!

They have many packages to pick from for your trial. And, remember, you get unlimited rentals each month with ANY of the plans. They are quick to get your new movies sent out to you, too. So, my recommendation is the cheapest plan at $8.99 a month.

Use your 2 week free trial, then become a paying member at $8.99. You then get a credit to your Shop at Home account for $30. If you are a new member to Shop at Home, or have previously signed up but haven't made a purchase yet, you get a bonus $5! So, $35 - your $8.99 payment is a profit of approx. $26!

Or, use that money to stay a member for the next three months for almost nothing out of pocket. That is a lot of free movie rentals!

And, if you love the service, simply keep it!

Click here to go to Shop at Home! Once on their site, you will see Today Only, $30 to Blockbuster on the top of the page. Click on that to register!

Enjoy!



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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I did a blockbuster trial back in December, do you know if I would still be eligible for the bonus by signing up for this one?

Jessica said...

Same question here...I did a free trial in the past..if I sign up for the 8.99 right off of the bat will I still get the $30 cash back?

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

It does say new paying customers. So, I would take that to mean no, you wouldn't.

But, you could try having your husband or significant other sign up with their information/email/credit card account.

I don't see where it says per household on their site, although I could have missed it. I only saw new paying customer.

No guarantees, though.

MyPennyPile.com said...

Thanks!

I don't remember ever sighing up to Blockbuster, but I guess I'm already a customer...

notofthisworld_1973 said...
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Carrie said...

Do you have to become a paying member for 1 month after the trial?

 
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