RedBox On Demand beta

Remember Redbox? Home to $1.99 Video Rentals. Redbox On Demand Beta is Back

Redbox owned by Verizon is Once Again In the On Demand Rental Streaming Video Market

Redbox is rolling out their online streaming TV service called Redbox On Demand (beta). This service will be in addition to their bright red DVD rental Kiosks you may be familiar with located in many retail establishments around town.

Redbox is is now available on Roku as a public channel. We included the link so you can add it to your Roku below.

How Much Does Redbox On Demand Cost Every Month?

Unlike Netflix, Hulu and Amazon that charge so much a month or an annual fee to use their streaming TV service. Redbox will only cost you money when you rent a movie much like VUDU.

Movies can be watched as many times as you want within the rental period. Each movie may vary so be sure to check out their MyLibrary page and it tells you how much time is left on your rentals.

PlayPass Points Still Apply

If you are part of the Redbox Playpass program, you still will get 10 points for each movie you rent and watch online. Once you get 100 points you can redeem them for one free movie rental.

Stream Redbox Movies to Multiple Devices

Redbox On Demand allows you to register 5 devices with their service but you can only stream your movies to two devices at once.

Support for Multiple Devices

Redbox on demand will support both Mac and PC with their Desktop App, and also Android and iOS. They even have a public Roku channel you can add below.

Add Redbox Beta Roku Channel

Sign-up for a Free Online Redbox Account

Sign up for Redbox beta, and you can rent movies for as low as $1.99 and you can choose from a long list of either TV shows or movies. No subscription needed. You can pay only as you go.
Redbox on-demand beta Roku channel

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