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Good Students get FREE Blockbuster DVD Movie Rentals!




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The Blockbuster Good Grades Free Rental free good student blockbuster-rentalsprogram is a program where students who get good grades on their report cards can get free movie rentals at Blockbuster.  Blockbuster knows that there is the select group of students out there who do work hard when it comes down to crunch time, and will be rewarding them with free movie rentals as long as they are able to prove that they have achieved good grades in the classroom. This means that kids in kindergarten through 12th grade who earn a B average or better on their report cards are able to head to participating Blockbuster stores around the country, where they can then pick up a free, one-day, non-new release movie rental.  In order to get a free DVD rental, students should bring in their official report card that shows a B average or better (signed by a parent or guardian and not be older than 30 days) to any participating Blockbuster.  When the report card is presented at checkout, the Blockbuster Favorites movie rental will be free.

Fine print: The free movie rentals that are available from the Blockbuster Good Grades Free Rental program are Blockbuster Favorites rentals in standard DVD format.  Free movies from the Blockbuster Good Grades Free Rental program are only available in participating Blockbuster stores and games can not be checked out as part of the program.. Each student can get only 1 free rental per grading period.   The parent or legal guardian of the student must have a Blockbuster account and late fees may still be charged for the free rental.

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