Red Envelope Madness!

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

GoogleMap of all Netflix locations
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I'm sorry I do not have a record of who sent me this photo. If it was you, please comment.


  • At 2/15/2006 3:14 PM, Blogger sellario said…

    According to Netflix's investor fact sheet:

    There 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.

  • At 2/15/2006 6:24 PM, Blogger Scott said…

    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?

  • At 2/16/2006 2:58 AM, Blogger sellario said…

    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.

  • At 2/17/2006 8:43 AM, Blogger Hall said…

    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.

  • At 4/24/2009 9:34 AM, Blogger jenniferandcody said…

    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?

  • At 6/15/2009 5:40 PM, Blogger Justus Randolph said…

    This picture needs updating. My nearest processing facility is Duluth, Minnesota.

  • At 9/16/2009 11:39 AM, Blogger uberFu said…

    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


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