Target now offers family-friendly video streaming service

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Looking for a new video streaming service? Enter Target. The department store has launched its own service called Target Ticket.

They’ve taken a family-friendly spin on movie rentals, providing parents with detailed information about movies — like what curse words are present and the amount of implied or on-screen nudity that’s in movies.

Target Ticket also allows users to create profiles for individual family members, which means you can keep your children’s movies separate from your horror films.

Instead of a monthly fee, users can buy or rent top titles.  Star Trek Into Darkness, for example, can be purchased for $14.99 or rented for 48 hours for $3.99.

Target Ticket can be downloaded on Apple and Android devices for free. Users who sign up before February 22 will have the opportunity to receive 10 free movies, however those 10 free movies may not be the most recent mega blockbusters.

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