Redbox More Than Doubles Cities With 4K Ultra-HD Rental Availability

4K Ultra-HD Rentals Now Available at Redbox in 15 Cities Nationwide

Redbox today announced the company has more than doubled the number of cities offering 4K Ultra-HD movie rentals– bringing them to a total of 15 markets. 4KUHD rental pricing is just $2.50 per night.

“Our customers have spoken – they love the quality of 4K content,” said Galen Smith, CEO of Redbox. “We’re happy to make 4Krentals available to even more movie fans, giving them more format choices than ever before so they can make the most of their Movie Night.”

Markets that are able to enjoy the convenience and value of Redbox, along with the superior resolution and immersive experience of 4K UHD technology, include (bolded markets are new):

  1. Colorado Springs, Colo.
  2. Des Moines, Iowa
  3. Kansas City, Mo.
  4. Minneapolis, Minn.
  5. Portland, Ore.
  6. Reno, Nev.
  7. San Diego, Calif.
  8. San Francisco, Calif.
  9. Spokane, Wash.
  10. Austin, Texas
  11. Detroit, Mich.
  12. Los Angeles, Calif.
  13. Miami, Fla.
  14. New York City, N.Y.
  15. Seattle, Wash.

Movies viewed on 4K UHD at 3840 x 2160 resolution deliver dynamic contrast, superior brightness and richer color than other formats. New movies available to rent in 4K UHD include “Creed II” and “A Star is Born,” and more coming soon, including “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” on March 12, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” on March 19 and “Aquaman” on March 26.

Redbox is dedicated to making Movie Nights memorable and meaningful events that can be enjoyed across a wide variety of formats and price points. DVD rentals start at $1.75 a night, Blu-ray Disc® rentals start at $2 a night and 4K UHD rentals in select markets for $2.50 a night. Via Redbox On Demand, Video On Demand rentals start at $3.99 a night for new releases.

Consumers in test markets can discover and rent 4K UHD content at their local kiosks. At this time, online reservations are not available. All Redbox rentals, including 4K UHD formats, can be returned to any Redbox location. Visit www.redbox.com/4K to learn more about the test and required hardware, including the option to watch on 4K UHD-enabled game consoles.

ABOUT REDBOX
With more than 5 billion rentals to date, Redbox is America’s leading source for affordable new release movie and video game rentals. Redbox offers DVD, Blu-ray Disc® and video-game rentals through the nation’s largest network of more than 41,500 conveniently located, self-service entertainment kiosks, and On Demand movies and TV shows, without a subscription.  For more information, visit www.redbox.com.