Netflix Silently Stops Saturday DVD Deliveries to Customers to Save Money

Netflix has stopped delivering DVDs on Saturday through the mail
Although there was never an official announcement from Netflix, the company has stopped shipping DVDs to their customers on Saturdays, according to information on their website. The Netlix page says, “Netflix generally processes shipments Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.” According to Engadget, ending Saturday deliveries started to be phased in a year ago, and completely ended in early June, 2014.

The move has the potential to save the company as much as 10% on shipping costs each year, according to analysts who worked out the possible cost savings to the company last year when the US Postal Service (USPS) was considering cancelling Saturday mail service. Ultimately, t

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2 Responses to Netflix Silently Stops Saturday DVD Deliveries to Customers to Save Money

  1. Jeremy says:

    You would have thought that Netflix learned their lesson when they tried to split the DVD and streaming business. This looks like another one for Hanlon’s Razor.

  2. BRIAN says:

    IT IS STILL BETTER THAN RAISING RATES. THE DVD END IS DECREASING DUE TO STREAMING AND REDBOX. FRANKLY, THE DVD SELECTION IS AMAZING FROM NETFLIX COMPARED TO ANY OTHER RENTAL COMPANY.

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