Are you a movie lover who likes to not only rent films but have them in your own library at home? If you are the type of person who has serious withdrawals the moment you send your Netflix envelope back in the mail, you are most likely the type of person who loves to buy movies. Best Buy is known for its electronics and also sells a great selection of movies on DVD’s as well.
While many prefer to go out to the movies and pay that extra amount to sit in a crowded theater, in an uncomfortable chair and reaching their necks around the person in front of them to see the screen, you are different. You prefer to watch movies in the comfort of your own home with your large flat screen, surround sound and comfy couch. There is no one in front of you to take away your viewing pleasure. We get that, and we also get that you need a good place to find the movies that you love at a great price.
Best Buy offers all of the latest movies you are craving to see and own with their New Releases section. You also have the ability to pre-order the movies that haven’t yet come out so you are on the top of the list to get the movie at your fingertips the minute it arrives. Best Buy also has a huge selection of 3-D and Blu-ray DVD’s that are also huge right now, and if you are a big movie buff we are sure you are up to date with this latest technology.
Looking to rent your movies before you make the initial purchase? Well, you still can go to Best Buy for that! At their website, BestBuy.com they give you the option of downloading both movies and TV shows to either rent or buy with CinemaNow. All you have to do is head over to BestBuy.com and click on “Digital Downloads,” where the site will take you to the option of either using CinemaNow or Netflix. With the whole “need it now” instant digital media most of the country is obsessed with, this option is a bonafide hit.
For all the diehard movie fans out there, Best Buy really makes it easy for you to find the latest titles and even the old classics that you enjoy either by a click of the mouse or a trip to your local store.