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Netflix Analysis

April 30, 2009
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Of course we didn’t really save that much. If we hadn’t subscribed to Netflix, we probably would not have watched 6 movies a month.

Analyze your Netflix subscription at flagrantdisregard.com

via Marginal Revolution

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  1. April 30, 2009 8:20 am

    NetFlix History Analyzer
    Analyze your Netflix DVD rental history and determine how much you’ve been paying per DVD, compare it to what you would have paid somewhere else, and compute your savings.

    Your results
    You’ve rented 15 DVDs over 4 months from January 05, 2009 to April 20, 2009.
    Your plan costs $16.99/month so you’ve paid $67.96 total.
    Your average price per rental was approximately $4.53 each.
    Average rental costs elsewhere are $5.99 each (not including late fees).
    You’ve saved approximately $21.89 over that time period or $5.47 per month.
    Here’s some more about your renting habits…
    You kept each rental for around 17 days on average.
    The longest you kept a single DVD was 55 days.
    You rented about 4 DVDs each month.
    You’re not taking full advantage of your current plan. You could be renting 19 DVDs each month.

  2. nancyk5000 permalink*
    April 30, 2009 10:23 am

    Aimee:

    LOL I think it is time for you to downgrade.

  3. April 30, 2009 11:13 am

    Fifty-five days? I’m dying to know what movie that was.

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