Here's a great offer for a weekend movie night on the cheap.
Redbox is offering discounts on movies and game rentals each day through July 23.
Don't let your empty pockets dampen your enthusiasm for celebrating dad this Father's Day. Check out our list of freebies and discounts. You'll save a bundle and make dad proud.
Kroger and Redbox are teaming up again to offer another free DVD rental.
It's perfect timing, too. The code is valid this Sunday, which is also Father's Day.
Two of The History Channel's top rated TV shows released new seasons on DVD this week, and we have a way for you to win them both.
We have two sets of Season 6 of "Ice Road Truckers" and Season 1 of "Mountain Men" for two lucky readers.
Just send me an email by midnight Friday (June 7) and include your mailing address. We'll notify the winners on Monday.
"Mountain Men" is a reality show about three men living separately and off the grid in the rugged Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina (you may be related!), on the Yaak River in Montana and on the frigid northern range of Alaska -- Eustace Conway, Tom Oar and Marty Meierotto are the folks featured. The 2-disc DVD set features all Season 1 episodes plus never-before-seen-on-TV bonus footage. Season 2 debuts this Sunday night at 9.
More of you may be familiar with "Ice Road Truckers," which begins Season 7 this Sunday night at 10. Season 6 follows veteran and rookie drivers traversing the most dangerous roads in North America in giant trucks. In addition to Season 6 episodes, the 4-disc DVD set includes 13 shorts never aired on television.
Kroger is partnering with Redbox to give you a free one-night DVD rental on Sunday, May 26.
Redbox is offering a Mother's Day promotion that will take care of any movie-loving moms in your life. And you'll get a gift in return.
Here's the deal: Buy a digital gift card for five DVD rentals for $6, and you'll receive a free code to rent a movie.
Those lucky enough to have Starz included in your cable or satellite packages may have already seen Kelsey Grammer being pretty amazing in the political drama "Boss."
The rest of us have to wait for DVDs.
Season 2 of "Boss," in which Grammer plays a corrupt mayor of Chicago suffering from a secret, debilitating brain disease, hits the streets today -- and we've got one Blu-ray set to give away.
The 2-disc set includes the 10-episode second season, a featurette about the cast, and audio commentary by writers and producers of the show.
Please note this is a Blu-ray set, not a Blu-ray/DVD combo set, so you'll need a Blu-ray player to play this.
If you'd like to be entered, send me an email by midnight tonight and include your mailing address. The winner will be chosen randomly and notified on Wednesday.
To get everyone in the mood for Easter, CW is airing the classic cartoon "Here Comes Peter Cottontail" tonight at 8. Don't miss it.
It's narrated by Danny Kaye (who also sings) and tells the story of the time Peter Cottontail overslept and didn't deliver goodies to children on time. Vincent Price lends voice to Peter's arch nemesis, Evil Irontail. You'll also recognize the voice of Casey Kasem.
If you can't watch it tonight, or if you'd just like to watch it over and over forever and ever, I may be able to help you out.
We're giving away a DVD of the 1971 cartoon, remastered in high-definition in 2010.
Just send me an email BY MIDNIGHT TONIGHT and I'll get the DVD out to the lucky random winner first thing tomorrow. That way you should have it in time for Easter. Please include your mailing address to expedite things.
Any "Duck Dynasty" fans out there?
Okay, silly question. The third season of the A&E reality series about a Louisiana family who has made a fortune crafting and selling duck decoys to hunters, dominates in the ratings every Wednesday night. And we do mean dominates. So we know there are millions of you out there -- probably all feverishly trying to grow long, scraggly beards as you read this.
For those who may have only recently jumped on the Uncle Si bandwagon, we've got a great giveaway that will give you a chance to catch up with the Robertson family shenanigans. We have some DVD sets of "Duck Dynasty" Season 2, Volume 1 that we're giving away.
The set includes the first 13 episodes of Season 2 on 2 discs, plus 9 bonus scenes never aired on television.
Just send me an email by Wednesday night at 11 p.m. (I'll give you time to finish up the latest new episode of "Duck," which airs on A&E at 10) and include your mailing address. Winners will be picked randomly from that group and notified on Thursday.