Redbox hosted a Pop Up Movie Theatre Night at The Morgan, 438 Richmond Street West in Toronto recently. The Morgan is an art deco building with a stunning spiral staircase, a rooftop patio, yoga studio and his and her saunas. Guests enjoyed cocktails and snacks and a screening of the star-studded The Grand Budapest Hotel in The Morgan’s own movie theatre.
Redbox offers the latest in new release rentals for only $1.50 a day. Fully stocked with new releases like The Grand Budapest Hotel, Wolf of Wall Street, Divergent, Redbox offers Hollywood’s blockbuster hits from its retail kiosks across Canada. You will know a self-service kiosk when you see one, because that’s exactly what it is a Redbox.
With Redbox you can reserve your movie online, and return it to any location within Canada. Canada has rented more than 6 million discs at its more than 1,300 self-service kiosks across Canada.
Check out these Redbox locations in downtown Toronto:
Sobey’s, 22 Fort York Blvd. – Indoor
Sobey’s, 207 Queen’s Quay West – Indoor
Sobey’s, 777 Bay Street, Unit C209 – Indoor
Sobey’s, 81 St. Clair Avenue East – Indoor
Loblaws, 10 Lower Jarvis Street – Indoor
Loblaws, 720 Broadview Avenue – Outdoor
Loblaws, 17 Leslie Street – Outdoor
Loblaws, 650 Dupont Street – Outdoor
Petro-Canada, 55 Spadina Avenue – Outdoor
Walmart, 900 Dufferin Street – Indoor
Walmart, 1000 Gerrard Street East – Indoor
FreshCo, 731 Eastern Avenue – Indoor
What a great idea. This is the first I’ve learned of Redbox. And I like the rental fee – very reasonable!
I had seen a Redbox in Sobey’s, but I wasn’t sure what it was so yes, this was the first time I had heard about them too! And I agree…a very reasonable rental fee. Cheers, Lori
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