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After Netflix, Best Buy to stop DVD sales

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Netflix ceasing its DVD services was huge news last month. Looks like Best Buy is following suit stopping its Blu-ray and DVD sales by the end of 2023.

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Best Buy hopes that they can use the physical space that stored the virtually outdated DVDs can be repurposed to sell the more popular tech products.

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The company hopes that it can bring in more latest tech products after it sells the 24,000 DVDs currently in stock, listed on its website.

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Walmart currently controls 45% of the DVD market, and after Best Buy exits, the other top retail contenders for DVDs will be Amazon and Target.

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Best Buy will continue to sell video games.

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Redbox, owned by Chicken Soup for Soul Entertainment is a stiff competitor with a nationwide network of 29,000 DVD rental kiosks.

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If you're among the many nostalgic for the old feel of DVDs, you still have some strong options to choose from.

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Subscription-based service GameFly rents videogames, DVDs, and Blu-ray movies, including 4K UHD options. 3D Blu-ray Rental is another place to try.

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