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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 8/6/2007 5:12:25 PM   
adamdavidsmith


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I was thinking of joining a rental company. Looked at Love Film, Tesco and Blockbuster and I was wondering, if i have an unlimited package, once i've watched i stick it back in the post, how quickly on average does the next disc come? If I had a 1 disc at a time, unlimited package, how many films could I watch a month?

Which one of these choices, do you guys feel is the best? Tesco is the cheapest, Blockbuster I feel in store don't give a shit about there customers, but that might not carry over to online and I know f**k all about love film.

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 8/6/2007 5:26:55 PM   
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Tesco is Lovefilm under a different name, so the only thing to choose between the two of them is the price.  They will sometimes send out another disc on the day they get one back, but it's usually the day after.  My Movie stream is another one, most of the time the turnaround is the same day but it's not uncommon for it to be the next day, their biggest problem is a limited choice as they don't carry as much as the others.  Blockbuster is way, way ahead in my experience, it's very rare you don't get same day turnaround, they've got the biggest selection and get a lot more copies of new releases than the rest.  You'd be as well to run through all the free trials first though, you can get 2 at a time from Lovefilm for 90 days just now (check Neth's thread for details).

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 8/6/2007 5:30:12 PM   
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Tesco is Lovefilm under a different name, so the only thing to choose between the two of them is the price.  They will sometimes send out another disc on the day they get one back, but it's usually the day after.  My Movie stream is another one, most of the time the turnaround is the same day but it's not uncommon for it to be the next day, their biggest problem is a limited choice as they don't carry as much as the others.  Blockbuster is way, way ahead in my experience, it's very rare you don't get same day turnaround, they've got the biggest selection and get a lot more copies of new releases than the rest.  You'd be as well to run through all the free trials first though, you can get 2 at a time from Lovefilm for 90 days just now (check Neth's thread for details).


cheers, I'll think that over

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 19/6/2007 9:24:44 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Lebowski

Tesco is Lovefilm under a different name, so the only thing to choose between the two of them is the price.  They will sometimes send out another disc on the day they get one back, but it's usually the day after.  My Movie stream is another one, most of the time the turnaround is the same day but it's not uncommon for it to be the next day, their biggest problem is a limited choice as they don't carry as much as the others.  Blockbuster is way, way ahead in my experience, it's very rare you don't get same day turnaround, they've got the biggest selection and get a lot more copies of new releases than the rest.  You'd be as well to run through all the free trials first though, you can get 2 at a time from Lovefilm for 90 days just now (check Neth's thread for details).


I've never had any problem at all with MMS although it doesn't bother me that they haven't got as many titles as some of the bigger rental companies.  I know I'll get to see a particular film eventually.

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 19/6/2007 11:27:24 PM   
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OK, but what's the point when you can get a faster service, for the same price, that does have more titles and more copies of them?  I didn't see one single area that MMS beat Blockbuster in, and the only advantage they have over Lovefilm is that they are a little faster, which really doesn't make up for where they fall short.  I also had problems with their customer services, which I found almost as useless as their search engine.  I say almost as there's not much things outside of the world of fiction quite as useless as the MMS search engine, it makes Empire's one seem efficient.

Still, if you're happy with them...


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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 20/6/2007 1:38:17 PM   
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Gotta agree with you on MMS, lebowski; terrible site. I recently went back to them, after they sent me a "half-price for a month + free Casino Royale" offer, but they're still crap. Irritating website as well, constantly nagging if you don't have five "available now" films, even though all those films are available because they're awful.
Stick with Blockbuster, or Tesco if you've got a clubcard.

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 20/6/2007 2:34:58 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Lebowski

OK, but what's the point when you can get a faster service, for the same price, that does have more titles and more copies of them?  I didn't see one single area that MMS beat Blockbuster in, and the only advantage they have over Lovefilm is that they are a little faster, which really doesn't make up for where they fall short.  I also had problems with their customer services, which I found almost as useless as their search engine.  I say almost as there's not much things outside of the world of fiction quite as useless as the MMS search engine, it makes Empire's one seem efficient.

Still, if you're happy with them...



I agree about the search engine, I don't know what happened there, but it used to work perfectly.

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 22/6/2007 9:26:52 AM   
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I use Amazon as its cheaper than most other places, and its dead easy to use, sign up and cancel (if you already have an amazon account).

The downside is they still seem to be having a lot of issues with their software, so it can take 24 hours after they've received a DVD before they update their program to send out the next available DVD. However, a nice quick email to Customer services sorts this out straight away, and its been working perfectly this month.

I get 4 DVD's a month, with 2 at any time, for £7.99 a month.

If anyones gonna try it then let me know, cos their might be some referral offer on at the time meaning I get free DVD rentals if you sign up on my recommendation


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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 22/6/2007 11:46:04 AM   
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Have had a problem and I wondered if anybody can advice me.

Yesterday, I signed up to Tesco.com where I joined there rental site. Today, I have received an email from a company I awesome to be with Tesco stating that I have had an unauthorized transaction from my account.

What does that mean?

Does this mean my account is void, so either got to go back and re-enter my details or just wait and see if everythings okay and they'll send me my first choice.

Has anyone else had any problems like this?

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 23/6/2007 9:05:57 PM   
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If you are like me and don't watch alot of DVD's a good site is easy.dvd

You can sign up for various packages - you buy credits - for example i pay £7.95 and get sent 4 dvd's one at a time.  The package lasts 3 months or 2.  It's only good if you don't watch many dvd's.

They also have a package where you can get 2 or even 3 DVD's sent to you at a time. 

There customer service is excellent. 

I rented Season 1 of BSG but they were sending the discs in the wrong order.  I emailed them and they gave me extra credits and a month extra rental time.  Brilliant!!!  No complaints so far.

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 26/6/2007 11:33:03 AM   
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I have tried a lot of different ones – Blockbuster, Tesco, Sainsburys and Amazon… and I am now a permanent member of Lovefilm (with an account with Easy dvd – which I use to top up on more dvds some months).

I agree with princessa above if you go through phases of watching dvd month to month this is the best as you buy credits and once the run it that's you, its also run by Lovefilm so you get the same good selection.

I also think Amazon is good if you only want a few DVDs a month and keep, I prefer unlimited rentals.

I left Blockbuster, Tesco and Sainsburys as when I was with them their selection was rubbish, customer service not great and it took them ages to assign me dvds and then post them out.

I like Lovefilm as I get 4 DVDs at a time with unlimited rentals a month, so if I watch my DVDs immediately and return them straightaway I can easily get 4 DVDs a week and I also like their selection.

Overall I think it depends on how many dvds you want, how often and how much you are willing to spend. Though I would say if you want it for new releases I suggest you rent in person, buy it or download rent/buy. As I use my Lovefilm primarily for renting tv series, old films, world cinema and anime, which I think they have a good selection of. 

Hope this helps some of you!!

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 5/8/2007 10:56:03 AM   
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I had been with blockbuster for a couple of years, but i recently got a PS3 and wanted to rent Blu Ray which they didn't do, so i changed to Love Film so I can get the Blu rays discs and they also do game rental as well, all for only a £1 more than I was paying before.


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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 29/8/2007 8:33:10 PM   
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If you haven't tried it already, ring LoveFilm and try and cancel your account. I just did and they threw offers at me like no-ones business and I've just finished 3 free months after trying to cancel before.

1st offer was 2 dvd's at a time = £3.99 per month for 3 months then £4.99 ther eafter.

I said no thanks.

They then offered 3 free months dvd's and unlimited  dvd's for £9.99 there after.

I was strong and said no, I've simply ran out of movies I want to watch, it got to the point I was ordering films and sending them back without watching them.

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 4/10/2007 8:09:28 PM   
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I have been a member of amazon.co.uk dvd renatl for a while, there not too bad the only problem i have with them is that any new releases seem to be constantly classified as "short wait" i have never had a new release yet, i am still waiting for the likes 28 weeks later,shooter, the last king of scotland. to name a few

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 6/10/2007 9:37:09 AM   
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I have been with LoveFilm for about nine months and on the whole have been fairly happy with the service. My real reason for leaving is that I was renting some films that I would never buy and would then only watch the first 10 minutes before sending them back. I much prefer just buying the films that I know I will watch over and over again.

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 6/10/2007 10:01:59 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: BlackJackBauer

I have been a member of amazon.co.uk dvd renatl for a while, there not too bad the only problem i have with them is that any new releases seem to be constantly classified as "short wait" i have never had a new release yet, i am still waiting for the likes 28 weeks later,shooter, the last king of scotland. to name a few



The trick is to pre-order them close to or on the release date as sometimes a new dvd is available 'now' on the day of release. This happened to me with Rocky Balboa, it got sent to me on the day and then it was quickly given the 'short wait' status.

I have been with Amazon for ages and havn't had any trouble. I am currently on their 'unlimited dvds, one at a time for £8.49' package.

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 2/2/2008 12:01:37 AM   
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Help! I just registered with Amazon and was given a 2 week free trial that I can cancel at any time. I've already added  about 10 DVDs to rent. But I can only have 3 DVDs at home at any time - meaning they can't obviously send out all DVDs in that time. I'm confused. It's £14.49 or something a month for unlimited DVD rentals after that.

Also registered with Lovefilm.com, added 10 DVD rentals.


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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 19/3/2008 3:08:45 PM   
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I signed up with Lovefilm got a free trial and some free cinema tickets for temping with Office Angels.

I've not had any problems with them yet (it's only been a fortnight) got to admit that I am using it more to catch up on TV shows I've missed and older films than new releases so the order I've got them in doesn't really bother me.



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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 25/8/2008 11:54:05 AM   
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MyMovieStream is another good DVD rental company; they've recently changed their name to OutNow, and are promoting two special offers to coincide with the relaunch. They are offering a 14-day free trial to new customers and 3 months for the price of 1 to former customers and free triallists – quote ON341FT (thanks to www.freetrialsandcash.com for the code). I had a free trial with them when they were MyMovieStream and they were excellent. I've also been with LoveFilm until very recently and had no problems at all.

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 10/9/2008 11:04:07 AM   
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Has anyone noticed Blockbuster going off the boil slightly? They are taking longer from discs 'sent' to discs received (used to be next day now it is 2-3 days after they claim to have sent - I am comparing this to the 2nd site I use which have issued discs on the same day), keep not acknowledging the receipt of discs very quickly (which you kind of notice if you send 2 in the same pack and one is still not showing as received a day later), and have sent me the wrong thing 3 times in the last few months (in the right slip, mind - but the wrong disc inside).

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 15/9/2008 1:31:18 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: elab49

Has anyone noticed Blockbuster going off the boil slightly? They are taking longer from discs 'sent' to discs received (used to be next day now it is 2-3 days after they claim to have sent - I am comparing this to the 2nd site I use which have issued discs on the same day), keep not acknowledging the receipt of discs very quickly (which you kind of notice if you send 2 in the same pack and one is still not showing as received a day later), and have sent me the wrong thing 3 times in the last few months (in the right slip, mind - but the wrong disc inside).


That'll be sloppiness at the processors...had that all the time when I used to work there. People would send two films back but in the opposing cases or films back with the wrong disc in completely and stupidity would check them in not realising or not caring. Shouldn't happen too often. I'd complain and see what freebies they throw at you.

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 15/9/2008 7:32:05 PM   
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Like many I've done the rounds. I agree with those that think Tesco's is good, and others who dislike ILoveFilm. My current supplier is Cinema Paradiso, not the biggest name certainly, yet a decent selection on par with the others, fast service and easy to use website.

Had to laugh at my previous supplier (Odeon) who had a holiday payment option that didn't work! After several emails and their technical guys looking at it, the whole thing was never resolved. For all I know it still doesn't work, or at least that was the case when I left last month. Their call centre was always helpful and being in the UK a bonus given what ILoveFilm can be like.

I hope new firms arrive and not those backed by the ILoveFilm range, competition is always good.

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 23/11/2008 5:45:57 PM   
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I've just gone into my Tesco account to discover that, rather than only 2 or 3, now nearly 3/4 of my list has got the wait symbol beside it - 160 titles queued. Have they had a major fire or something?

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 11/1/2009 12:00:34 PM   
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What's the deal with extras on rentals? Are discs limited to strict Rental Copies with the film only and no bonus features?

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 2/3/2009 11:57:25 AM   
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Amazon, Sainsburys and Tesco are all now with Lovefilm so no more free trials for me.  Damn!

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 2/3/2009 1:05:44 PM   
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ORIGINAL: repo136

What's the deal with extras on rentals? Are discs limited to strict Rental Copies with the film only and no bonus features?


Depends - some films are rental copies but an awful lot are no different from the retail release as not all films release a separate rental copy.

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 23/9/2009 1:56:45 PM   
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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 29/10/2009 9:36:42 PM   
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I'm not sure how this will work but Tesco are currently saying they will 'make up for the loss of viewing experience' because of the royal mail strike. You log in and tell them how many rentals you think you've missed because of it and they'll tell you next week how they'll make up for it.



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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 4/11/2009 4:37:36 PM   
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Amazon, Sainsburys and Tesco are all now with Lovefilm so no more free trials for me.  Damn!


It's easy to keep getting free trials, you just change your postcode by a digit (making sure it isn't actually a real post code) and as long as you use a different email address you'll be fine. I've been using Lovefilm for nearly 3 years now and never paid once.

EG Your postcode is YO10 1AA, change it to YO10 1AB, then 3 months later 1AC etc. As long as the rest of the address is correct the disks get to you....

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RE: Best Online Rental Shops (Please advise) - 18/12/2009 3:58:57 PM   
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It doesn't look like there is Netflix in the UK huh? I pay 5 dollars a month for 3 movie rentals. I always use my 3 rentals every month. So that is only 1.66 per rental. Netflix's selection gets a B+ to A- from me. They really don't go out of their way much to get dvd's they don't already have, but I am getting to see Freaky Faron and You the Living so I should say sometimes they'll buy dvd's they don't have if they are popular enough....fairly popular. For more obscure stuff you would just have to buy it yourself. I used to be on a higher plan than (2 per month with 1 watch it now), until I figured out that if I wanted to see something Netflix didn't already have I would have to buy it myself. They don't buy things that just a few people are interested in. That isn't their business model, unfortunately.

Redbox has nothing I want to see.

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