Monday, February 21, 2005

My Netflix Queue Stats

In honor of the first anniversary of my Netflix membership, here are my Netflix queue statistics:

208--Number of movies I've rented from Netflix since I joined.
380--Number of movies in main queue
5--Number of movies I have out
21--Number of movies in "DVDs Awaiting Release" queue
65--Number of movies I've rented in the last 3 months
0--Number of movies labeled "Very Long Wait and Out of Print”
2--Number of movies labeled "Very Long Wait"
0--Number of movies labeled "Long Wait"
3--Number of movies labeled "Short Wait"
0--Number of movies in the queue that are actually television shows on DVD
6--Number of movies in the queue that I've already seen
0--Number of movies I feel are categorized wrongly
21--Average number of times I check the queue per week


  1. You are on the 3-at-a-time plan? Based your information I concluded you're paying $1.17 per rental. You're getting more rentals for your money than I am. I've just written in my journal that the 8-at-a-time plan is not a good deal (based on your info):

    Let me know if there are any corrections you would like to make.

  2. "You are on the 3-at-a-time plan?"Manuel, she just stated: "5--Number of movies I have out"

    Where does 3 come from !?

    Becky, I thought you watched thousands of movies since you joined? Am I reading this wrong?

  3. Nope, sorry, I've seen only about 210 movies. I'm on the 5-out plan, but I've been on the 3-out in the past.

  4. Thanks for sending me your info. I've updated my journal and found both plans are essentially the same (cost / rental). I paid a $1.33/rental my first year what was mostly a 8-at-a-time plan. You paid a $1.34/rental your first year on what was mostly a 3-at-a-time plan: