Everyone has their favorite type of movie. There's nothing better than curling up on the couch with a favorite film and some popcorn to bring loved ones together or simply just to relax. Owning a video rental franchise allows business owners to not only provide a positive experience to consumers, but to be profitable while doing it. And with so many different types of video rental business opportunities to choose from, we're sure you'll find one that fits you.
Traditional video rental franchises provide a destination within a community to rent or even purchase videos of all types. Kiosk video franchises are fully automated, cutting labor costs and increasing ease and efficiency. And both video and game rental franchises are often combined for a one-stop renting experience.
Why choose a franchise business over starting your own? With franchising, you get step-by-step training and support as well as a proven and successful business system to ensure your video rental franchise is as profitable as it can be.
For more information, choose from the video rental franchises below. Or, to see other similar businesses for sale, please visit our main retail franchises page.
- Adam & Eve Stores
Adam & Eve stores provide a safe, friendly environment for women, men and couples to explore romance and erotica.
- Civic Video
Civic Video formed in 1985 and today operates a successful chain of franchise and corporate video stores in all Australian mainland states and territories.
- Home Entertainment Express
Home Entertainment Express began in 1991 when founder, Mark Miller, started operating a home delivery movie and games library.
- Planet DVD
Planet DVD's remarkable success is based on a remarkable product: the best-in-class entertainment kiosks manufactured in Canada by Signifi Solutions.
- Video Busters
Video Busters is a family owned and managed DVD and Video discount rental business.