Redbox Won’t Rent Games Anymore, But It’s Selling Them For Dirt Cheap Right Now

With the rise of digital downloads and monthly subscriptions like Xbox Game Pass, physical game rentals may soon be going the way of Blockbuster. One of the biggest companies still doing physical rentals, Redbox, announced earlier this month that it will no longer offer game rentals at its kiosks, and physical game sales will only be available through the end of the year, according to CNET. Redbox will still offer movie rentals.

In a recent tweet, Redbox customer service explained the decision was made after evaluating “changes in the industry,” which led it to shift its full focus to physical movies, which is the bulk of its business anyway.

Now, Redbox is clearing out its stock of games with a massive games sale with some of the best prices available online, including Marvel’s Spider-Man for $10, Death Stranding for just $25, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for $30. Most of the prices aren’t immediately visible, as you’ll need to enter your zip code first to see if it’s in stock near you.

Enter your zip code, and you’ll be shown the deal price if it’s in stock.

Here are some of the best game deals we were able to verify. Keep in mind stock will vary based on your location, and you’ll have to pick up the game at your local Redbox.

Best game deals at Redbox

from GameSpot – Game News

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