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What You'll Get
Without modern electronics, mankind would have limited access to Bach's symphonies, Hitchcock's films, and Bob Saget's dog and baby voice-overs. Stock up on entertaining wares with today's Groupon to Casablanca Video. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get five DVD, Blu-ray disc, or VHS tape rentals (up to a $29.95 value)
- For $30, you get 15 DVD, Blu-ray disc, or VHS tape rentals (up to a $89.85 value)
Awarded Best Video Rental Store from FFWD magazine for 11 years in a row, Casablanca Video keeps an inventory of nearly 30,000 DVDs ($5/day for new titles; $3.95 for a seven-day rental of older titles), Blu-ray discs ($5.99/day), and VHS tapes ($3.95 for seven days). In addition to popular and classic films, cult favourites, indie films, and foreign films from 25 different countries live in harmony among documentaries and educational titles. Comedies and musicals inspire viewers to kick up their heels and solve problems through song, and anime and horror outdo each other to outwit reality. Canadian, British, and American TV series, including award-winning HBO and BBC hits, keep pace with their larger-screen brethren. The knowledgeable Casablanca Video staff tracks down obscure finds for members and makes recommendations based on individual taste and tolerance for dream sequences.
To redeem this Groupon, you must open a Casablanca Video membership; the membership is free and requires a valid ID or credit card.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 4, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 3 video rentals per visit. In-store only. Must be 18 or older. Valid ID or credit card required for free membership. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Casablanca Video
Casablanca Video, like the Warner Bros. classic for which it was named, has become is a special ritual for local film buffs. The business was opened in 1982 by self-described "fan boy" Jon Lord, who at the time stocked only 150 movies. As the 1980s betamax tapes evolved into 1990s VHS, the shop's vibrant atmosphere and knowledgeable staffers gained the respect of renters. Loyal customers and Jon's commitment to serving up interesting titles from off the beaten path of Hollywood resulted in a rapid expansion. During one stretch, the business doubled in size annually for six straight years thanks to booming membership rolls and constantly self-replicating Ernest videos. Today, Casablanca thrives as a grand buffet catering to all filmic tastes, frequently garnering a top place on Fast Forward Weely magazine's readers' choice list. No fewer than 30,000 titles saturate aisles teeming with new releases, classics, and art-house fare—many available on current platforms such as DVD and Blu-ray as well as bygone movie formats.