Hot Deal: 99-Cent Movie Rentals via Amazon Instant Video
The retailer is slashing $3 off a few new releases and other favorites.
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August 02, 2012 by EH Staff

Don’t quite have Olympic fever? Now may be a good time to catch up on your movie watching. Instead of running out to rent from Redbox, you can order up a rental from the comfort of your couch—and save a penny or two.

That’s because from now through Sunday, Amazon is offering rentals for just 99 cents. The cost is usually $3, so this savings can add up, especially if you’re in the mood for a little film festival.

These aren’t bargain bin or obscure titles, either. We found new releases like 21 Jump Street, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and American Reunion, as well as The Dark Knight and Despicable Me.

A total of 14 titles are eligible via Amazon Instant Video, whether you’re streaming through a set-top box, a big screen, or your favorite portable device.

Just remember that once you rent a movie, you have 30 days from when you pay for it to actually start watching. Once you do start the movie, you have a 24-hour window to finish watching. Once the movie or the rental period is over, the movie will automatically disappear from Your Video Library.

Electronic House Hot Deals are offered as an editorial service to readers. EH is not paid to promote Hot Deals and makes no guarantee on the accuracy of the product descriptions we find at the dealers’ sites, nor does EH verify that the site/dealer is an authorized reseller of the product or brand.

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