Deal Alert: Vudu is Offering $0.10 Rentals Today Only





Today Vudu the Walmart owned streaming service turns 10 years old. To celebrate they are offering $0.10 movie rentals on select movies.

Now there are limitations as you can only pick from 30 movies but you will find everything from kids movies like Rugrats in Paris: The Movie to documentaries like I Am JFK Jr. You will also find HITCHCOCK, MAD MAX RURY ROAD, Sin City, and other great movies.

You can find the $0.10 movie rentals HERE.

Vudu is available on a wide range of devices including Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, Chromecast, Roku, Channel Master DVR, and many Blue Ray Player. You will also Vudu on many smart TVs from Samsung, LG, Vizio, and more.

Vudu has even announced plans to offer a Apple TV app sometime in 2017.

You can also now watch movies for free on Vudu as of October 2017. The new feature called Vudu Movies on Us, will not include newer movies. Those will remain available only for rent or purchase. You will find a large selection of older movies for free with new movies added every month.

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