Ask the Readers: How Do You Watch Your Movies?
*** Congrats to our winners! ***
20 Apr. 2010 | 2:56 PM Dory - Watch movies in any way I can get them. Now that it's summer, I'll be heading to the movie theater more. I love going to the earliest showing to get the best price. But I am also ALL about Netflix (online and through the mail). Hulu is great too, and I'm a slave to whatever TBS or TNT movie appears on my TV over the weekend.
How do you watch your movies? I love my Netflix subscription, Roku player, and Amazon Unbox account. I also get a great deal of use out of sites like Fancast and Hulu. Together, I'm able to watch a large amount of free to very-cheap content without ever having to leave my home (which is big, since hiring a babysitter with 4 kids is near to impossible).
We want to know how you take in a flick. You can give as much or as little detail as you like. We want to know if you visit the dollar theaters, take advantage of PayPerView, or just wait until something comes to your local library before you enjoy it! By sharing your movie watching habits (as well as how much you think you save each month), you'll be entered to win a $20 Amazon GC.
Feel free to link to a blog post, if you're written on this topic! We'll include it in our post upon the conclusion of our giveaway!
Win a $20 Amazon gift card:
We're doing two giveaways — one for random comments, and another one for a random tweets.
How to Enter:
- Post your answer in the comments below, or
- Tweet your answer. Include both "@wisebread" and "#WBAsk" in your tweet so we'll see it and count it.
If you're inspired to write a whole blog post OR you have a photo on flickr to share, please link to it in the comments or tweet it.
- Contest ends Monday, April 26th at 11:59 pm CST. Winners will be announced after April 26th on the original post and via Twitter. Winners will also be contacted via email and Twitter Direct Message.
- You can enter both drawings — once by leaving a comment and once by tweeting.
- Only tweets that contain both "@wisebread" and "#WBAsk" will be entered. (Otherwise, we won't see it.)