Originally Posted by Juju1999
Nope, not worth it at all. The most aggravating part is that they sell a 5 disc per month service, which is not actually possible. Even turning around my rentals within a day, most I was able to get was two in one month. I let them know of my disappointment in their service, and they acted like massive babies. Rude.
I've been using them since 2012 and have always been on the three out plan which allows you to get a max of 15 discs a month. I think I hit the maximum one month, but I've had several months where I got 13 and 14 discs. And have zero problems receiving ten discs a month. Although the only reason I don't get more is because I don't typically rent that many each month. If a title I order is not in stock, I immediately place another order. Eventually the one that wasn't in stock will show up, while I will be sent a different title instead.
WOuld I like to have a queue? Of course. Would I like it to be faster? of course. But it's not like you need to wait for them to receive your return before ordering another title. The day you stick a title in the mail, you can order another title. Although I typically place my orders on Tuesday. When titles typically first become available to order. And then they are released a week later.
And since I dropped Netflix Disc rentals last year, after seventeen years renting from Netflix, I've had no problem with 3DBD rental taking it's place. You just need to use it differently since it does take longer to receive titles instead of only one day like it took with Netflix. And since 3D BD rental gives me access to 2D, 3D, UHD, and game BDs, it's a better value than Netflix was.
I just hope they continue to stick around. I will continue to use use them as long as they are. SInce I don't know any one else that rents all those formats and also has a wide variety too.
EDIT: I'll use Redbox occasionally to take up the slack. But I only have six to ten rentals a year from there.