Rather than pay $5 for a weekly rental from Blockbuster (or whatever it is now), we always go to Wherehouse and pay $2 for one night. We’ve always been good about returning DVDs, so we’ve never had a problem. The selection of DVDs is pretty good, but if you go very late in the evening on the weekend the selection has been picked over and there’s not much. NOTE: make sure that you actually receive the DVD when you check out. A few times we’ve rented a DVD, got home and found that the case was empty. You may also want to make sure that the DVD isn’t too scratched: our DVD player is pretty sensitive and won’t read a disc if it is too scratched, and we’ve had to return DVDs a few times because they were unreadable. But we always get a refund and an apology, which is more than I can say for Blockbuster! If you have the time and the patience, you can look through their used DVD pile and usually find something at a good price. I’ve purchased a few CDs there, but it tends to be pretty pricey, at least $15 if not more. I know lots of people (especially ASU students) shop here for used CDs and buy tickets (it's a venue for Ticketmaster), but I haven't really taken the time to look at their CD selection.