You're probably asking yourself what’s the point of using Netflix DVD if you can just watch your beloved movies on your favorite streaming platforms. But the truth is Netflix DVD still makes economic sense for movie enthusiasts like me and you.
Reason #1 Availability:
The road map from theatre to online streaming can be a long and costly journey, for an example, just look at Avengers: Infinity War it was released April 27, 2018, but not made available on digital platforms such as iTunes and Vudu until July 31 for a starting cost of $25. Wait two more weeks and watch it on Blu-ray for a starting cost of $6 a month on Netflix DVD. Movies like Avengers: Infinity War can sometimes take months or years to be available on streaming platforms while most movies are released on DVD 16 to 12 weeks after their theatrical premiere.
Reason #2 Cost:
If you're a big home movie buff like me, it can sometimes take months or even years for a movie to be available on one of those subscription services. Leaving you with two options. (If you don’t want to become a pirate trying to find the next new torrent site the FBI hasn't taken down yet.) Rent it or buy it for potentially $30, or wait a few more weeks and rent an HD copy for $4.99. Now if your planning to rent at least two movies a mouth you could just pay $5.99 a month and be able to rent two movies a mouth via Netflix DVD or pay $4 more and be able to rent unlimited movies with 1 disc out at-a-time.
Reason #3 Quality:
4K Resolution is not everything, streaming platforms use compression tools that can hinder picture quality & audio, why else do you think a movie that would be 25 GB on Blu-ray only be a few Giga bites to download via Netflix or iTunes.
If your movie buffs like me who are looking for the most economical way to watch the latest movies Netflix DVD would be your solution.
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