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Blockbuster is offering Netflix subscribers a promotion matching Netflix's raised prices, though Blockbuster said its service has more benefits because it also offers video games, lets people exchange discs in stores and has "many new releases" earlier than Netflix.
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Why is Netflix raising its prices? In part, because the company miscalculated how many people still want to receive DVDs by mail each month.