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Old 12-14-06, 10:20 AM
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Quick Netflix Question

When you request a film with more than 1 disc, are you sent all of the discs, or just the feature disc? Do you need to request discs with the extras separately?
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You just get the film, you have to rent the extras disc(s) seperately.

Of course if the film is split across 2 discs you will get both discs.
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You need to select each disc individually but sometimes they have an "Add All" option when their are multiple discs.

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Thanks guys
Old 12-15-06, 03:26 PM
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Also, even though they send both discs at the same time, be warned that the discs are shipped in separate envelopes. Most of the time this won't be a problem, but there is a chance that one disc or the other might be delayed in the mail, disrupting viewing plans.
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Another Netflix question:

When you cancel, is it immediate or do you still get rentals for the rest of the month you paid for?

I wanted to cancel last month but forgot my pay date and just missed it.
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It officially gets cancelled once all the DVDs you have out are returned to them. To anwser your question, I don't think you get the rest of a month you paid for.
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Am I right in assuming they do not offer porn?
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They do not rent porn as in XXX films but they do have movies like 9 Songs, Baise Moi, etc... which show uncensored sex scenes including the happy ending(for lack of a better description).

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They cancel your membership effective immediately, and I believe you have 7 days to get them their disks. I don't think they are super strict with the 7 days. When I cancelled, I got mine back in like 8-9 days, and there wasn't a problem.

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Just cancelled tonight.
It's effective immediately, and they have to receive any outstanding disks within 7 days or else they'll charge you for them. Since months are prepaid, if you're going to cancel, might as well wait till the day or two before your bill date.
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Another Netflix question since I just joined: Do they automatically send you the widescreen version, or do you have to request it?
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From what I have seen they normally get the widescreen version and not the full screen version.

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I have received very few full screen versions of films.

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