Blockbuster closes Stateline location |

Blockbuster closes Stateline location

Blockbuster Video in South Lake Tahoe is now consolidated into one location at the “Y” to create a Blockbuster Super Store.

The Blockbuster Super Store has taken all the movies from the Stateline store and added these movies, new releases included, to their previously viewed section. There are over 5,000 movies for sale at the Super Store.The rental section has also increased in number to over 6,000 movies.

Blockbuster continues to keep the customer’s economic situation top of mind, company officials told the Tahoe Daily Tribune.

“We all know what it is like to go through tough times, that is why we want to help out our customers,” said Patrick Pearson, manager of Lake Tahoe Blockbuster. “Our customers will get a free rental from our movie favorite section, over 5,000 movies, when they rent any movie in the store. We also have great bundle offers to save money on rentals and movies for sale. Putting the two stores together is going to be great for our customers because we can offer them more and better deals.”

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