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Rabbit TV Now Helps You Find the Best Price on Your Movie Rental

Rabbit TV has long been known as a place to find content from all over the web in one easy to use spot. Now Rabbit TV has started to include the ability to find movie rentals from around the web.

If you use Rabbit TV and search for a movie, it will help you find the best deal on it. When you select a movie you want to see, Rabbit TV will list the prices on many popular streaming services including iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, Sony, and Paramount Movies.

We took a look at Transformers: The Last Knight and according to Rabbit TV the movie was $5.99 on iTunes, $4.99 on Vudu, and just $3.99 on Amazon.

With a growing list of streaming services, search engines like this are a great way to help cord cutters not overpay for content. Especially because it is becoming increasingly common for prices on movies and TV shows to vary wildly from one service to the next.

Hopefully Rabbit TV will continue to add more services to its movie rental search and include other options such as FandangoNOW.

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2 Responses to Rabbit TV Now Helps You Find the Best Price on Your Movie Rental

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    Joseph Blow October 4, 2017 at 10:12 am #

    why use this? They charge $2 a month when you can use they do the same for free. they just released an iOS app and i’m sure android will come soon.

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      Brian Nelson October 5, 2017 at 7:10 am #

      Yidio does something very similar for free, I agree.