FREE Netflix For All For 1 Month!

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Good day folks! The Netflix Santa Claus is here!
Ok, not really, but I do have four 1-month free trials of Netflix’s DVD movie service. And after all, who doesn’t like to get free stuff?! That’s right – no one! 
As many of you all know, I am a big Netflix fan and heavy Netflix user. I have written several previous posts about Netflix (place details here). I just recently watched the entire 7-season Star Trek Voyager series from Netflix! It only took me 4 months!
The 1-month trial comes with no obligation, and you can cancel at any time during the 1 month trial membership. However, it’s important to remember that if you don’t cancel before the end of the trial term, your credit card (which you have to enter to participate in the free trial, but will not be billed) will be charged the $7.99 or $9.99 monthly fee for the Watch Instantly (unlimited) or 1-DVD-Out-At-A-Time plans, respectively, that you selected upon signing up.
Having said that, listed below are the details for how to redeem your 1-month free trial:
  • Go to Netflix.com/tellafriend
  • Enter one of the four priority codes listed below before June 15th, 2011.
    • M829180488735
    • M869110488775
    • M513995667115
    • M899120488725
  • When you use one of the codes above, do your fellow readers a favor and post a quick comment below letting them know which code you took out of the running. Thanks!

How about you all? Do you currently use Netflix to save money on your monthly cable bill? If not, how much do you pay for your TV channels? 

Share your experiences by commenting below!

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    Comments

    1. Jen @ SheBloggs says:

      I got Netflix a few months ago because I was tired of renting videos. Not only do I end up saving money, but I no longer have to worry about going to the video store to return DVDs.

      I didn't expect to use it as often as I do and it's done wonderful things for my budget 🙂
      My recent post 4 Ways ATM’s Force You to Spend More Money

    2. Eric - Narrow Bridge says:

      I love my Netflix!

    3. Nice resource. We love movies.
      My recent post Yakezie Domo Arigato

      • Thanks for reading Hunter! Do you use Netflix?!
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