Today's Groupon Deal: £4.99 instead of £29.97 for three months of unlimited DVD and Blu-Ray rentals delivered to your door by OutNow - Save 83% - HotUKDeals
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* Over 65,000 titles, including new releases, classics, TV series and more
* Your chosen rental discs are delivered and returned by prepaid First Class post
* Bursting with great titles Out Now and Coming Soon to DVD or Blu-Ray, including Toy Story 3, Inception, Sex & The City 2, Iron Man 2, The Pacific, Lost Season 6, Avatar, Sherlock Holmes, Shrek, The Expendables and thousands more
* Enjoy your rentals, then send them back and receive more. No return dates, no late fees and no hassle


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* 1 voucher per household, new customers only
* The perfect Christmas present to give to your film-loving friends! Multiple vouchers may be purchased as gifts
* Voucher activates on Friday 12th November 2010 at 12 noon
* Visit http://www.outnow.co.uk/groupon to redeem your voucher
* Voucher must be redeemed by 31st March 2011, then lasts for 3 months
* UK residents only, aged 18 years and over
* Credit card details must be entered for safety and proof of age
* Unlimited rentals per month, with 1 rental disc out at a time. Option to upgrade to 2 or 3 Disc Unlimited.
* Not valid with other offers
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#1
Just logged on to post this, thanks - you've saved me the work :)
I think this is a great deal. Looks like Cinema Paradiso company? I've used a similar deal via Groupola with them, hope that doesn't mean I can't use this voucher.
Anyway, voted hot!
#2
this isnt love film is it?
#3
Outnow aren't Cinema Paradiso, they used to be called MyMovieStream and don't have the best of reputations

Have a read of a few threads on MSE and make your own mind up but I personally wouldn't use them

Link

Edited By: barneydog on Nov 10, 2010 07:48: edited spelling
#4
hawick
this isnt love film is it?


No, see above
#5
It's weird how they work. Lots of rental clubs seem to have sister companies. Tesco DVD is Lovefilm for example. Just checked and it looks like this is a Lidl Movie club company.
Anyway. I'm a dvd rental tart, must have signed up to 4 or 5 different ones to get free trial etc.
I haven't tried this one yet though :)!
#6
Re. Paradiso Cinema. Been with them for a while and never had any problems with them. I think Lovefilm is the best one out of the lot, as they have a good priority system (with some of them it's pot luck what you get)
#7
BEANZ-ON-TOAST
It's weird how they work. Lots of rental clubs seem to have sister companies. Tesco DVD is Lovefilm for example. Just checked and it looks like this is a Lidl Movie club company.
Anyway. I'm a dvd rental tart, must have signed up to 4 or 5 different ones to get free trial etc.
I haven't tried this one yet though :)!



They are not sister companies, Tesco rentals (and loads of other) ARE Lovefilm with a different name, it's run by LoveFilm with DVDs sent by LoveFilm.

Lidl DVD rental IS Outnow (AKA MyMoviestream) with a different name

Edited By: barneydog on Nov 10, 2010 07:54: I'm getting bored with having to type reason
#8
sister companies, same companies. Whatever, they are operating from the same premises under a different name is what I meant.
I don't mind, as it means I get to have more free/discounted trials! LOL
#9
BEANZ-ON-TOAST
sister companies, same companies. Whatever, they are operating from the same premises under a different name is what I meant.
I don't mind, as it means I get to have more free/discounted trials! LOL


That all depends on whether you have used them or any of the Outnow powered websites

Offer open to UK residents aged 18 or over who have not previously opened or held a DVD Rental account with Outnow or websites powered by OutNow, including LidlMovies.co.uk and EmpiremovieClub.co.uk.
#10
I took up the empire movie rental offer which is part of the same company & the choice of rentals is poor compared to Lovefilm & cinema paradiso which I have also subscribed too.
If your not looking for a big selection of latest released movies or tv series then you should be ok.
1 Like #11
AVOID AVOID AVOID!!!!!!!!

I used this Company on a trial, three DVDs isn't turn up and they charged me 50 quid per DVD to sed replacements even tho royal mail had lost them, they claimed they had sent me a form to fill in to get compensation through royal mail for it, bug this never happened, but why should I do thus as a customer?!?!

They claim it was 50 quid for them to buy retal copies but on some DVDs I got sent, which were usually things like brittas empire series and 6 year old films, they had sed black marker pen to cross out the 'not for rental' Mark on it, obviously bought cheap on amazon or something.

Took me over a month to get refund and tradig standards are always looking into them.

I don't normally comment but feel so passionate about how much people should avoid them that I thought u should!

Chris x
#12
Wish I had of seen this thread before I went ahead and bought mine! Hope they all come ok etc..

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