Redbox has struck a deal with Universal that will allow it to offer the studio’s movie discs the same day they go on sale in retail stores. The deal eliminates an annoying delay that forced Redbox customers to search for the movie elsewhere or wait nearly a month until it arrived in the rental kiosks.

Redbox Universal movie rental deal eliminates kiosk disc delay

Redbox has struck a deal with Universal that will allow it to offer the studio’s movie discs the same day they go on sale in retail stores. The deal eliminates an annoying delay that forced Redbox customers to search for the movie elsewhere or wait nearly a month until it arrived in the rental kiosks.

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