99.999% from Amazon.com - they are one of the few companies which will ship to me here in Japan without blinking an eye. Shipping charges are reasonable seeing as I generally order about 6 at a time every couple of months. My billing address and shipping address are not the same - billing address is in the USA and shipping address is here in Japan, this gives most compaines a heart attack and they refuse to ship, claiming that they are trying to protect me from fraudulent use of my credit card - and that's despite the fact that this Japan address is ON FILE with my credit card company as an alternate shipping address!!!!!!!!!!! Anyway - mostly from Amazon.com!
I get most stuff through Columbia House, and what I can't get through there I'll usually just ask for at b-day/xmas time, though I will occassionally get something from DDD or used at secondspin if it's a particular good deal, or if I really want it for some reason.
Mostly my street vendor in downtown NYC. All legit sealed retail $15 no tax. That goes for the recent 2 disc release versions like Goblet of Fire, King Kong and Walk the Line. Great deals on video games as well.
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Columbia House for all high-MSRP items (mostly 2-disc SE and some sets)
DDD sales for Buena Vista, Disney, Fox and low MSRP items
Amazon sales on low MSRP titles
Best Buy, Circuit City, Tower or WalMart B&M when they have B1G1 or 2-packs, or if I want a title right away
Best Buy - 20th St and Camelback every Tuesday. Same cashier. (She price matches for me without any hassles. Usually to Fry's or Circuit City.)
Have you checked any of the WalMarts in the Valley? I get a lot of my new releases there as they usually beat Frys by a dollar or more. Which is better than a price match, IMHO.
Unfortunately, WalMart's DVD release day sale pricing is very inconsistant from store to store. Stores relatively close to one another will vary by five bucks or more. In fact, the Anthem WalMart is nearest to me and hasn't had a release day sale price on anything , yet the one at Happy Valley Rd is among the lowest.
I suppose it's because there's a Circuit City and a Barnes & Noble at Happy Valley and nothing similar at Anthem.
Otherwise, I generally get my DVDs at Frys. Although I don't make a habit of going there regularly, sometimes I'll also find a good deal at Target, but I think they're bit like WalMart with inconsistant pricing.