Tesco-owned online video-on-demand platform Blinkbox is offering customers who buy a DVD from the supermarket chain access to an online version of the movie.
From December 2, customers who buy a DVD or Blu-ray will be able to watch the same movie on their PCs, Macs, iPads and the Xbox 360. Customers must use their Tesco loyalty Clubcard when they buy the film and have their Clubcard matched to their Blinkbox account. Movies available through the deal include Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part 2), Cars 2, Bad Teacher, Transformers 3 and Screwed.
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