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# 159929 17-Dec-2014 15:21
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Posted on our website by Teckiwi.


"Lightbox is a video ondemand service with some great shows.


Get a Free 'Double' size Hell Pizza pizza when you register for Lightbox's free 30 day trial before the end of the 21st. The trial requires linking a credit card to start but you can easily cancel the $15 a month subscription within your 30 days(and continue watching until it ends).


For use with online orders with pickup only. Last time they emailed the codes during the promo period. People who also register for the trial go in the draw to win a 55” Samsung curved-screen TV, one of five Samsung Tab S 10.5” tablets, or one of 100 Hell pizza vouchers.


Spark customers can also get 6 months of it at half price($7.50 a month) if you really enjoy it."

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  # 1199378 17-Dec-2014 17:46
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It is a pretty good service if you are a spark customer, and want to watch series like breaking bad if you didn't catch them the first time. It is let down by requiring silverlight on the PC though, as it doesn't seem to like wifi connections.

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  # 1199555 17-Dec-2014 22:39
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do you have to watch all the R rated shows to get to eat the Pizza?

do i have to give my credit card number away?

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Ultimate Geek

  # 1199557 17-Dec-2014 22:43
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Yes you have to give your creditcard number.
That is where I bailed.

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  # 1199558 17-Dec-2014 22:44
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ok no thanks then ... i can do without pizza

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Ultimate Geek

  # 1199568 17-Dec-2014 23:17
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I'll sign up when I get an android app with chromecast support.

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