Blockbuster kiosks expand to Kwik Trip stores

Blockbuster, which has over 6000 “Express” kiosks, has announced that they are expanding to Kwik Trip convenience stores starting this week.

The Express kiosks will now be placed in 300 of the convenience stores in Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota.

NCR, the company which operates the kiosks, says it hopes to expand to 10,000 kiosks in operation by July, in an effort to compete against RedBox, which has over 25,000 kiosks currently operating across the nation.

A few months ago, Blockbuster acquired small kiosk maker DVDPlay, allowing for an expansion into the west coast, most notably in California, Denver and Chicago.

In March, the rental company announced it had reached a deal with Warner Bros. to have new Warner releases available for rental day-and-day with release date, and a full 28 d

You can read it at AfterDawn.com

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