Thursday, March 6, 2014

M-GO, Two #Free Rentals

At M-GO (movies and TV to go) you can find a lot of movies (including many new releases) to rent right online. You can then download them via your tablet, laptop, Smart TV or other streaming devices. When you create an M-GO account, you will receive two free complimentary rentals provided by M-GO, including The Hunger Games: Catching Fire which releases at 9am EST on Friday, the 7th!). I am going to watch that with one of my free rentals! The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is about Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark becoming targets of the Capitol after their victory in the 74th Hunger Games, which sparks a rebellion in the Districts of Panem.

M-GO is subscription free, unlike other movie streaming rental places. You just pay for the movie you want to watch! And they have all the new movies to rent! Including: 12 Years a Slave, The Wolf of Wall Street, the new Thor, Dallas Buyer’s Club, Gravity, and many many more! They even have the newest TV shows for you to stream, which includes: Hannibal, Bates Motel, The Americans, and many others! You can get M-GO on your LG, Samsung, or Vizio Smart TV, as well as on Roku, Google TV, your iPad or other tablet, and on your iPhone or other smartphone. You can also get M-Go on your computer through Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer!

You need to add an active credit card to your M-GO account before you can rent or purchase. If you already have a credit card on file, all you have to do is find and select the movie or TV show you want to watch. Then, click the rent or buy button for the desired title and follow the on-screen instructions to continue through the purchase. And, yes I said buy. You can purchase the movies to keep on M-GO, as well as rent them. It’s all really very cool!

Check it all out at M-GO on Facebook, as well as M-GO on Twitter, and don’t forget to get your two free rentals!

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