5 movie rentals for $2 | Presidents Day sale at Best Buy

Five movie rentals for $2

Didn’t score the Redbox deals last week? Here’s a movie rental alternative. Get five one-night rentals for only $2 from Blockbuster Express today through Groupon. Visit the website to find a kiosk near you. That’s equal to five cheap date nights, one movie marathon weekend or a blissful staycation — you decide. Voucher valid through May 1.

Presidents Day sale at Best Buy

While it’s not exactly a blowout sale, Best Buy has discounted some items here and there to make it worth your while to swing by today. Visit local stores or shop online to take advantage of the electronics giant’s Presidents Day deals and offers.

Sales include:

– By Lauren Davidson, Atlanta Bargain Hunter

See a great deal I should know about? Email me at ldavidson@ajc.com. You can also follow me on Facebook or on Twitter @atlbargains.

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Sally Paker

February 21st, 2011
10:13 am

People say that groupon is losing its value but i think goup on is flying high! http://grouponbot.com site is getting increasing greater no. of visitors day by day only because of their user friendly deals of all kinds especially for the discount hunters…and you can see people are cloning groupon type of sites …thats a fact!

DonH.

February 21st, 2011
3:48 pm

I agree Sally PLUS saw a TV commercial yesterday advertising GROUPON so awareness (and site traffic) should grow big time if they keep them running. I also get halfoffdepot.com and livingsocial.com plus plumdistrict.com (not so impressed with that one) so lots of similar programs out there. Oh, and I do restaurant.com too and like that theirs don’t expire after purchase. The key is not to forget what you have from buying from multiple sites. GROUPON is nice cuz they also send you a reminder to use them as the expiration dates near.

Ted Striker

February 21st, 2011
3:55 pm

You’re good at researching bargains and you’re a fine, fine journalist.

First paragraph of this column contained pure prose.

That’s equal to five cheap date nights, one movie marathon weekend or a blissful staycation — you decide.