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NCR, operator of Blockbuster Express rental kiosks, plans to offer new Fox and Universal Studios releases in its kiosks for $3 on DVD and $4 on Blu-ray Disc.
The DVD vending kiosks are owned by NCR and are not part of Blockbuster's bankruptcy proceedings.
The company is offering the deal through the end of the year to businesses that dump their current register solution in favor of PayPal Here.
The company that owns and operates Blockbuster Express rental kiosks inks a deal to get Warner Bros. content 28 days after it's available for sale.
The online payments company wants you to use its mobile payment app at any retail store, so it plans to use a generated code that is acceptable just about everywhere.
Philly-area residents will be the first to buy tickets from Redbox's DVD kiosks and Web site.