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November 15, 2013

Two thumbs up for red box movie rental kiosk at Luke Exchange

Military families can turn the lights down, the volume up, grab a bag of popcorn and prepare for movie night as the Army & Air Force Exchange Service and Red Box roll out a new way to rent the hottest movies and video games on military installations.

The new offering provides military shoppers with an affordable and convenient way to rent DVDs, Blu-Ray discs and video games. Red Box is scheduled to arrive on Luke Air Force Base Nov. 22. A kiosk will be located at Bldg. 1114 Express.

Red Box rentals are charged at a daily rate. New releases start at $1.20 for DVDs, $1.50 for Blu-Ray discs, $2 for video games and new releases are added every Tuesday.

Online rentals are available as well. Shoppers select their favorite movies and games at redbox.com and pick them up from the kiosk during their next visit to the Exchange.

Returning movies is made even simpler by allowing customers to return movies and video games to any Red Box kiosk location on or off the installation.

“Movies are a great way to spend time with family or unwind,” said Pete Alaniz, Luke Exchange general manager. “This service will make that quality time even better.”




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