8 days of free movies from Best Buy's CinemaNow service

8 days of free movies from Best Buy’s CinemaNow service
Best Buy has a pretty sweet deal for its CinemaNow digital download/streaming movie service that started yesterday. They’re offering up 8 free movie “purchases” (1 per day) for their Facebook fans. The deal started yesterday, so if you’re jumping in on it now, you’ll be able to get 7 free movies over the next 7 days if you so desire.

Yesterday I was easily able to redeem a coupon code for this promotion and I now “own” a digital copy of the film “Horrible Bosses”. Each day, you’ll be able to choose a free movie from a selection of approximately 8 films in their “showcase”, which will change daily.

Best Buy describes the promo by saying “Happy Holidays to you and your family from Best Buy & CinemaNow. There’s an advantage to being a Facebook fan – We are gifting our fans a complimentary movie each day for 8 days! Click here for today’s code to choose from 8 different titles for download.”

To get in on the free movie goodness, you’ll need to Like the Best Buy page on Facebook and then go to the “8 Days of Movies” app to get a new promo code each day, redeemable for one free movie in their showcase selection, while supplies last.

After you grab your promo code, head over to the CinemaNow offer page, select a movie, “Buy” it in SD, enter your promo code and enjoy your free flick!

Note: The free movie promo code for today (11/30) is not yet live as of the publishing of this post. Keep checking the Facebook page until it shows today’s free movie code.

About Wes Novack

Wesley Novack is a Technologist working in the software industry, with extensive experience building and managing highly available applications, services, and systems in the public cloud. He has a breadth of experience in online publishing, the consumer electronics industry, and building internet communities. Wes enjoys hanging with his family, skateboarding, hiking, the vegan lifestyle, and a good cup of tea. You can find him on Twitter @WesleyTech.

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