Here is a photo below that I snapped of my local Giant Eagle grocery store chain’s GetGo gas station’s new Redbox DVD machine.
There’s another new Redbox DVD machine I noticed in front of a small convenience store in a place in “The Valley” in Ohio, as we call it, that’s not even a store that has a ton of traffic — I mean, it’s no Walgreens or CVS or something like that, with tons of customers.
That proves that Redbox DVD machines are still growing by leaps and bounds.
So if you want to apply for your own Redbox DVD machine, the best way to do so would be to follow these steps:
#1 – Visit https://redbox.custhelp.com/app/ask in order to contact the customer service folks at Redbox directly
#2 - Choose the “Connect Now” link to chat live with a service representative from Redbox
#3 – Be prepared to give them an email address so they can contact you
#4 – Provide them with all the data they may require, such as your business name, address, phone number, customer levels, etc.
#5 – Thoroughly and correct prepare any of the required paperwork they send you, including a contract agreement, which will tell you that your store needs to transact a specified number of DVDs each month in order to remain active and to keep the Redbox system at your location.
#6 - Include the payment form that Redbox requires in order to buy the machine for your store.
#7 – Check your email or contact data that you provided to Redbox on a daily basis to see if your machine was approved. Reports state that approved machines can be available in as little as one week.