Redbox is a popular DVD movie rental chain known for its red kiosks. It has over 28,000 locations nationwide and is also among the cheapest and most convenient services for movie rentals in the world. A Redbox kiosk takes up only 12 square feet of retail space and is fully automated. Customers simply search for available titles and rent using a credit or debit card.
Redbox is an American company that specializes in the rental of DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, and video games via automated retail kiosks. As of the end of June 2011, Redbox had over 33,000 kiosks in over 27,800 locations. Kiosks feature the company's signature red color and arched top surface, visible in the corporate logo, and are located across the United States at grocery stores, pharmacies, mass retailers, convenience stores, and fast food restaurants. The company announced in February 2012 it will set up a few hundred kiosks in Canada in the coming months to decide whether to jump fully into the Canadian market. A subsidiary of Coinstar Inc., Redbox had 34.5% market share of discs rented, as of Q2 2011, as stated by the NPD Group. Redbox Automated Retail LLC was initially funded by McDonald's Corp.
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