In a market that is getting more crowded by the day, it is maybe no surprise that a streaming service is shutting down. Today Flixster announced that they will be shutting down their streaming service.
According to a statement on the Flixster site as of August 28th 2017 the Flixster Video US service will no longer be supported. Flixster goes on to say “Flixster Video customers can still redeem codes and access their UltraViolet video collections by linking their UltraViolet accounts to Vudu, another UltraViolet retailer.” So the good news is you will still be able to access your movies just not on Flixster.
Here is the Q&A about what Flixster users should do now.
YOUR VIDEO COLLECTION ON FLIXSTER VIDEO
What is happening with Flixster Video?Effective August 28, 2017, Flixster Video in the US no longer offers streaming or download of video content and will cease providing digital copy code redemptions.
What happens to my UltraViolet digital copy redemption codes that have not yet been redeemed and my Flixster Video collection?Flixster Video suggests using Vudu to redeem your UltraViolet digital copy codes and to access your video collection. Log in to Vudu, or if you do not have an account already, register at Vudu and link your existing UltraViolet library, then continue to redeem your UltraViolet digital copy codes and access your video collection at Vudu.
What happens to current issues (i.e. redemption, playback, etc.) that I have with my collection on Flixster Video?Vudu brings a new and exciting redemption and playback experience for Flixster Video customers! Using their services should solve the issues you currently have with Flixster Video.
If you are a Flixster users and need more help moving your content to Vudu or FandangoNOW you should visit their FAQ page for help.
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