Free Blu-Rays from Disney Movie Rewards

Ok, so most reward programs suck pretty bad.  The points are usually not worth a whole lot and even when you have enough for something, there is often nothing worth getting.

The Disney Movie Rewards program really isn’t that much different, as in, it’s pretty sucky.

Basically, when you buy Disney stuff at retail (CD, DVDs and Blu-Rays), they include a coupon code inside.  You take that code and enter it on the Disney Movie Rewards site to collect points.  CDs get you around 50, DVDs – 100 and Blu-Rays between 125 to 200 points.

Once you have enough points, you redeem them for useless garbage like stickers and posters.  If you happen to collect a whole bunch of points (900+), you can even redeem them for Blu-Rays (although the selection is really, really bad).

It’s also possible to get bonus points for doing questionnaires and from periodic bonus codes (for example, the code “cool” will get you 50 points right now).

Anyway, despite the program’s suckyness, you may want to sign up anyway.

That’s because periodically you get hooked up with FREE movies.

In my case, I was offered a free movie on my first birthday after signing up (Enchanted on Blu-Ray + $2.95 S&H) and I was just sent another offer for a free movie as a 1 year anniversary bonus (I signed up a little over a year ago).  I have the choice of Eight Below, The Rookie and Chicken Little, all on Blu-Ray.  I have to pay $4.99 S&H this time, which is getting a little on the high side.

Considering, they are offering me a free movie, just for being a member, it’s a pretty good deal.

I don’t know if they are still offering free movies on your birthday, or if they will be offering a free movie a year from now as an anniversary bonus, but it probably wouldn’t hurt to sign up and find out.

http://disneymovierewards.go.com

ComputerAbuser

**Update**

I have since received my second birthday offer.  You can read about it here.

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