Yea I received the email below today. Basically it asked me to pick from the three crappy new plans or to cancel. I was actually impressed that they had the "cancel" option. They are basically throwing in the towel and giving up. It will be interesting to see NetFlix business absolutely sky rocket and Blockbuster will probably declare bankruptcy by the end of the year. Oh well, BB was a good deal while it lasted and I am sure I will enjoy netFlix just as much.
Due to changes in our subscription plan pricing, your current BLOCKBUSTER Total Access plan, Unlimited Online DVDs 1 at a time plus unlimited in-store exchanges each month for $9.99, will no longer be available at the current price.
You will be moved to our new plan that includes Unlimited Online DVDs 1 at a time plus up to 2 free* in-store exchanges for $9.99. This plan will not include an e-coupon for in-store DVD and/or game rentals. The new subscription plan and pricing will go into effect on your regular monthly billing date following August 31, 2007.
In addition, exclusively for BLOCKBUSTER Total Access customers, we have introduced in-store movie rentals for $1.99* per movie should you need more than the in-store exchanges included in your plan.
If you don't feel this plan is right for you, please feel free to take advantage of one of these other options: