Netflix is shuttering its DVD.com service, which sends out actual physical discs to customers, in September. However, it is closing with some great offers!
Firstly, the company said it will not charge customers for any discs not returned by September 29, The Verge reported. There is also the possibility that the company will send a customer up to 10 DVDs from their queue too! To be in with a chance of that, head here. You can return discs you don’t want up to October 27. I suppose these are all good ways of clearing old stock!
Netflix announced on April 18 that it was closing down DVD.com. At the time, co-founder Ted Sarandos wrote:
Those iconic red envelopes changed the way people watched shows and movies at home — and they paved the way for the shift to streaming. From the beginning, our members loved the choice and control that direct-to-consumer entertainment offered: the wide variety of the titles and the ability to binge watch entire series.
In the era of streaming wars, it is quite nice to remember that, for just a few more weeks, Netlfix is still sending physical media to some customers! Now, where’s that old DVD player…
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