Popular Movie Rentals

It is possible to hire popular movie rentals at a very low price if you know how to do it properly. Your initial payment might not be low, but you can hire an unlimited number of movies for that payment. Let me explain that a bit better, and then you can decide whether or not it is possible.

The first decision you have to make is whether or not to hire your DVD or Blu-ray videos. The alternative is to purchase them, and once purchased and viewed, what do you do with them? Keep them on a shelf and maybe watch them again in a year or two? Sell them on eBay at a tenth of the price you paid? For what? The privilege of watching the movie? One that you might not even like?

So many questions to answer only for making the decision to purchase a video rather than rent it! People think that renting is wasting money, but what wastes more: paying a fortune for a new DVD or Blu-ray disc and watching once, or hiring it and then exchanging for another? Perhaps you can sell your purchase, but for what? Nothing like even a quarter of what you paid for it. Compare the prices you will pay for DVDs against the rental prices and you will be amazed. If you haven’t done that yet, then check it out. I bet you will be astonished at what you can save!

I will not go on at length about the benefits of renting over purchasing, because it is well known that, unless you are a movie aficionado, and want to build a fabulous library of DVDs, it is more economical to rent than buy. Let’s hope your DVD library doesn’t go the same way as my large collection of VHS videos did and became obsolete. Blu-ray is going to take over shortly, with the significantly higher storage that will permit many of the new special effects that are coming on-screen, such as the resurgence of 3-D.

What would you think if you could rent as many videos as you could watch each month for the same price than purchasing one? How about 30 videos for the same price as one? That is the advantage of hiring over buying, and if you can’t see it then you could be wasting a lot of money buying videos that, let’s face it, you are not going to watch more than twice at the most. However, many still prefer to purchase, and there are a few good reasons for doing so. Nevertheless, you can’t make your mind up unless you have experienced both – and I have.

An increasing number of people are settling for popular movie rentals rather than buying the same movies on DVD format, and if you find a newly released DVD a bit highly priced then try a Blu-ray! That requires more expensive modern electronic equipment to produce the master and then duplicate for sale, and it won’t be that long before your standard DVD player is as outdated and obsolete as your old VHS. Remember Betamax? Soon people will be saying the same of DVD.

You have two options at the moment: rent or buy, and the choice is yours. Popular movie rentals offer as many titles as you can purchase online, only you don’t own them – but you can return them in exchange for other videos.