So, title says all basically. I want to know what the cheapest way to rent movies via streaming is. I've looked around and there doesn't seem to be many options relating to gaming systems other than the default stores. Those are pretty expensive, pricing at $4 for the lowest choice (SD videos) in the PS3 store.
Answer by GilOsborne · Feb 04, 2012 at 05:06 PM
They're all about that price. It sucks but yea. They have to pay for the license to stream that stuff so the only real difference you'll see in price will be in old movies. its not streaming, but red box is probably the cheapest route.
Answer by TheFonzie · Feb 11, 2012 at 02:51 PM
The easiest way to rent movies is clearly still Blockbuster. They have the best selection of movies, Iâ€™ve never been disappointed with the options. Specifically, their Blockbuster @Home service is one of the easiest ways to rent movies Iâ€™ve ever dealt with. I can stream movies, as well as rent, right on my TV and still have the option for disc rentals in the mail. What I like best about that is the fact that I can also get video games and blu-rays at no extra charge. This is a great offer, and I heard at work at DISH that theyâ€™re offering some free trials for this service.
Answer by DJ Scooby Doo · Feb 11, 2012 at 04:03 PM
Also if you have HBO/Cinemax with any of those providers you can see HBO and Cinemax's large library of movies and shows. Check it out at http://www.hbogo.com/ I have Time Warner so I can access it, lol.
Again: Check with your provider if they have it.
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