Red Envelope Madness!
According to Netflix's investor fact sheet: http://files.shareholder.com/downloads/NFLX/21224882x0x24776/1F1055CB-DCBB-475A-87CD-03F6091D4901/factsheet.pdfThere are 37 total, and 37 dots on that map on the first page in the lower right corner. Chattanooga is not one of those dots.
I have always wondered what Netflix does when someone returns a movie to the wrong distribution center. Meaning, if I got a DVD from Houston and returned it to Austin, what would happen? Any ideas?
It would just stay at that DC until someone needs it.Recently I had Meet the Feebles sent from PA and I'm in TN.It just takes an extra day or 2 to get to your house.
Nothing bad happens if you return a DVD to the "wrong" center. I do this ALL the time when they send me a movie from San Jose CA or South Carolina or Phoenix AZ when there's a center in my same town. Depending if you're throttled or not, they'll receive it and process it in the normal timeframe.
There is no pinpoint for San Antonio, TX, but on several of the envelopes I get, they say "nearest location" San Antonio. Maybe they add new locations all the time?
This picture needs updating. My nearest processing facility is Duluth, Minnesota.
I also know for a fact that in 2005 thru Feb 2006 there was no Netflix Store in Tampa.The Map posted above is copyright 2005. The article is posted as of Feb 2006