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Where to find free Blockbuster coupons

If you are looking for free Blockbusters vouchers, there are a number of places online where these can be found. Some of these require you to sign up for offers. Others are simply available to download from websites that promote Blockbuster promotional codes and vouchers.

Blockbuster direct

Blockbuster.com offers customers who sign up to their online rental service Blockbuster coupons which are redeemable in store. These vouchers can be used to get a free movie or game rental. Customers receive two vouchers per month and they also provide other voucher offers throughout the month. The downside to these vouchers is that you have to sign up to the Blockbuster rental service and these plans depend on how much you plan to rent over the course of the month. If you are not a regular viewer, then you might be better off looking at other options. If you are a regular renter or prefer to play games before trying them, then signing up for the rental service might be an option. The vouchers could also be a deciding factor for some people and they are a useful idea if you are waiting for the latest delivery to arrive.

Coupon sites

There are a number of sites online that provide Blockbuster coupon codes. These largely independent sites provide the latest offers and the vouchers are free to download. Some of these sites require you to sign up to get the vouchers. So, it is worth checking a few of them before signing up. Dealcatcher.com This site provides links directly to the vouchers and no sign up is required. The vouchers are easy to download. You simply select the offer and the voucher opens in a new window. You then print out or copy the code and hand it in at the checkout. Customers are then given the option to sign up for a voucher newsletter or enter their e-mail address to get more updates and offers when they are available.The vouchers do have a short expiry date. Voucher-hub This UK specific site offers vouchers supplied by users of the site, so they may not be valid. The site has a selection of vouchers including free rentals. Rent one, get one free and rent from a kiosk. The site does rate the validity of the vouchers with the current vouchers available ranging from 50% -100% effectiveness. Users can tell the site if the vouchers worked for them or not, and again returning users can sign up for email updates to make sure that they catch the latest offers. Users can also upload voucher codes that have worked for them in the past.

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