Supermarket DVD Kiosks Get Subscription Pricing NEW YORK - DVDXpress, which operates DVD rental kiosks in stores of Bi-Lo, Greenville, S.C., and Pathmark Stores, Carteret, N.J., reported that it has launched a Netflix-style subscription model. Customers can subscribe and rent as many movies as they want each month for a fixed price of $12.99, accessing the movies at a DVDXpress kiosk. There are no limits on the number of films rented each month, no due dates and no late fees, the company said. DVDXpress has a cost advantage over online and mail-based services since it does not incur postage and handling costs, said Greg Meyer, chief executive officer and co-founder of DVDXpress. "We are pleased to offer Bi-Lo shoppers an even more cost effective way to rent all their movies at the DVDXpress kiosks," said John Symons, Bi-Lo's executive vice president of sales and operations. "We are excited that DVDXpress is offering our customers a subscription pricing option for renting their DVDs, as this is a valuable offering to any movie lover and will likely increase the frequency of their trips to our stores," said Rich Savner, Pathmark's director of public affairs.