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Free Redbox Codes

Redbox

Hello readers. I was searching for something in Gmail when I stumbled across a bunch of Red Box codes I’ve never used. I don’t use Red Box because it’s not convenient for me. So I’m going to give away my codes to a reader. The first person to leave a comment will get the codes. Please let me know if you want codes for games, movies or both. Continue reading for terms of use.

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Holiday Idea: Redbox Movie and Video Game Rental

Redbox movie and game party

School is out until next year, so we decided to hold a fun night for the kids. They’ve been pretty good about doing home work (the oldest child got straight A’s) so we rewarded them with a fun night of video games and movies. Our local Blockbuster is no longer open, so we went to a nearby Redbox kiosk, which we found via their website. This was the first time we used Redbox and found their rental and return process fairly easy. I think Redbox is a great and easy way to host a fun night with friends and family. It’s also a convenient way to entertain the kids during the winter break. BTW, read on to find out about Redbox’s 12 Days of Deals and Prizes promotion.

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BookSwim – the Netflix of Book Rentals

BookSwim online book rental library serviceLast month, I received an email from BookSwim. I had never heard of them before so I took a quick look at their site. After my quick peek, I could see that BookSwim is something that might interest some book-loving dads and moms. Unfortunately, I didn’t have time to write about BookSwim until now. [Disclosure: I did not receive any books, membership, or compensation for writing this review.]

What is BookSwim?
BookSwim is an online book rental library service for dads and moms. They are like Netflix, but instead of movies, they rent hardcovers, paperbacks, and college textbooks. According to BookSwim, they stock all the latest bestsellers, new releases, and classics. Like Netflix, books are delivered directly to your home and you can keep the books as long as you want (no late fees).

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