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Old 11-25-14, 11:13 AM
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Rise of the Planet of the Apes $3.99
Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem (Extreme Unrated Set) $3.99
Wrong Turn 2 - Dead End $3.99

Whip It $6.94

Seven Days in Utopia $7.26

Great Expectations $8.13

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Living Landscapes: Hawaii $8.69

Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher $8.96
One Direction: This is Us (Two Disc Combo: Blu-ray / DVD + UltraViolet Digital Copy) $8.96
Angry Birds Toons - Season 01 Volume 02 $8.96

Sisterhood $9.60

Chef (Blu-ray + DVD + DIGITAL HD with UltraViolet) $9.99
A Million Ways to Die in the West (Blu-ray + DVD + DIGITAL HD with UltraViolet) $9.99

Lie To Me: Season 1 $11.48

Justified: Season 4 $14.96
The Blacklist: Season 1 $14.96
Breaking Bad: The Final Season (Episodes 1-8) $14.96
House of Cards: Season 2 $14.96

Treme: Season 2 $16.84

Banshee: Season 1 $16.99

The Sopranos: Season 1 $18.49

Treme: Season 3 $18.99

Arrow: Season 2 $24.49
The Originals: Season 1 $24.49
The Big Bang Theory: Season 7 $24.49
The Vampire Diaries: Season 5 $24.49

The Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy (The Fellowship of the Ring / The Two Towers / The Return of the King Extended Editions) $29.99

Steven Spielberg Director's Collection (Jaws / E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial / Jurassic Park / The Lost World: Jurassic Park / Duel / The Sugarland Express / 1941 / Always) $70.69

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Old 11-25-14, 02:30 PM
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Re: Amazon discounts and deals on Blu-ray

Man, I wish that Spielberg set would go down about $20 more...$70 is too much for me, considering I own the four already-released movies...but at $50, I think it would justify it.
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I think I'll bite on A Million Ways to Die in the West for $10.
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Originally Posted by BobO'Link View Post
According to camelcamelcamel Amazon had it for $10 November 28th, 2013.
son of a bitch. Somehow I missed that. I just got S5 last BF.
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According to camelcamelcamel Amazon had it for $10 November 28th, 2013.
That's for the DVD version.
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son of a bitch. Somehow I missed that. I just got S5 last BF.
Originally Posted by Texan26 View Post
That's for the DVD version.
Oops! Sorry Solid Snake - that is correct! I forgot I was reading the BR deals... the lowest BR price has been ~$18 so there's still hope (although the "Deals Calendar" this year is woefully lacking in information...).
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Old 11-25-14, 05:11 PM
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That's for the DVD version.
Target had the Season 6 BR for $9.99 last January. There was a thread about it back then.

So far, I've been able to obtain the first six seasons for $10 ($9.99?) over several years of Black Friday and Christmas holiday sales. It looks like I'll be waiting another few years for Season 7, parts one and two at that price.

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Old 11-25-14, 05:21 PM
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Re: Amazon discounts and deals on Blu-ray

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Target had the Season 6 BR for $9.99 last January. You'll even see a post from me about it back then.

So far, I've been able to obtain the first six seasons for $10 ($9.99?) over several years of Black Friday and Christmas holiday sales. It looks like I'll be waiting another few years for Season 7, parts one and two at that price.
Mad Men The Final Season Part 1 is in the Target Black Friday Ad for $10. Maybe Amazon will price match it on Thursday or Friday.
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Old 11-25-14, 05:27 PM
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Well, well. I'm planning (if I don't chicken out) to join a bicycle ride from Davis, CA to San Francisco on Friday. 128 miles through Yolo, Napa, Sonoma, and Marin Counties into the city. There may be Targets along the way, but I won't have time to shop. Let's hope Amazon matches that price!
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Buying Mad Men on Black Friday was a great tradition, but when they stopped, I just bought the next one digitally and haven't even watched it.
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I just read the Target ad. The sale starts at 1800 hours on Thanksgiving. What a miserable way to spend an evening. If I can walk in and walk out with the disc, great, but I don't think it's worth waiting in line and fighting the hordes of bargain shoppers.

Edit: As an afterthought, it is despicable that these retailers require their employees to work on Thanksgiving evening.

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http://www.amazon.com/Hobbit-Lord-Ri...YDX3T1YD66YBJA

The Lord of the Rings Extended BD set is being bundled with Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor (PS4 or XBox One) for $54.98

That seems like a fantastic deal. I still have my LOTR original extended set on DVD, but this might be a good enough incentive to upgrade. As for the game, is it any good for those who may have it?

I keep wanting to bite for the upgrade my EE to Blu Ray however I cannot get rid of that voice in the back of my head there will be some box set with all six movies and a considerable amount of previously unreleased deleted scenes as the carrot included.
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Buying Mad Men on Black Friday was a great tradition, but when they stopped, I just bought the next one digitally and haven't even watched it.
Mad Men has went downhill anyways if you ask me. It seems like it lost its spark around season six or so. Which is a shame because the first five seasons are all pretty good but I just don't even really care that much anymore what happens.
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I keep wanting to bite for the upgrade my EE to Blu Ray however I cannot get rid of that voice in the back of my head there will be some box set with all six movies and a considerable amount of previously unreleased deleted scenes as the carrot included.
There might, eventually. But, said set will be incredibly expensive, at least for the first few years. And six films will never be anywhere near cheap as this one is now.

If you can wait, go for it. But, if not, there wont be a better time to pull the trigger on this set.
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Old 11-26-14, 09:13 AM
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Star Trek TNG Season 4 is further reduced to $26.49.

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Originally Posted by Lije Baley View Post
I just read the Target ad. The sale starts at 1800 hours on Thanksgiving. What a miserable way to spend an evening. If I can walk in and walk out with the disc, great, but I don't think it's worth waiting in line and fighting the hordes of bargain shoppers.

Edit: As an afterthought, it is despicable that these retailers require their employees to work on Thanksgiving evening.
Maybe, but two things..

1) I assume these retailers are paying premium pay for the holidays, whether its double OT time in lieu of regular work hours or something else more than the normal wage.

2) Target (and other retail store) employees have a choice in life. And one of them is choosing to work at these places that open on Holidays. Now, whether that's becuz the employees are young in age, made previous poor choices in life, love the brand, have been promised a job in management later on, or , its the best job many of those people can currently find. And regardless of whatever perceived unfavorable conditions exist, they can either suck it up and work with a smile.. or quit.
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As an afterthought, it is despicable that these retailers require their employees to work on Thanksgiving evening.
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Maybe, but two things..

1) I assume these retailers are paying premium pay for the holidays, whether its double OT time in lieu of regular work hours or something else more than the normal wage.

2) Target (and other retail store) employees have a choice in life. And one of them is choosing to work at these places that open on Holidays. Now, whether that's becuz the employees are young in age, made previous poor choices in life, love the brand, have been promised a job in management later on, or , its the best job many of those people can currently find. And regardless of whatever perceived unfavorable conditions exist, they can either suck it up and work with a smile.. or quit.
Two OTHER things:

1) If we, as consumers, didn't participate in the early shopping frenzy that Thanksgiving night has become, these retailers would have no reason to be open. We have only our collective greed to blame for this situation.

2) I've never had to work retail on an actual holiday, but I used to be in the radio/TV business, and there were MANY years that I worked every holiday that came around, and at regular wages as well. It wasn't the worst thing in the world. It was often an inconvenience, but families can adjust schedules to compensate, and in the case of the TV stations, we always had our own little Thanksgiving feast at work that day. I'm pretty sure that firefighters, policemen, nurses, and others who always work the holidays feel the same way and have their own celebrations at work.

One more note--my sister-in-law has to work retail tomorrow (and Friday), so we had Thanksgiving dinner last night. No big deal, and we get more time to eat leftovers until we ALL go back to work.
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Two OTHER things:

One more note--my sister-in-law has to work retail tomorrow (and Friday), so we had Thanksgiving dinner last night. No big deal, and we get more time to eat leftovers until we ALL go back to work.
Well, now that you revealed that factoid the stores will now start Black Friday on Wednesday evening!
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Two OTHER things:

1) If we, as consumers, didn't participate in the early shopping frenzy that Thanksgiving night has become, these retailers would have no reason to be open. We have only our collective greed to blame for this situation.

2) I've never had to work retail on an actual holiday, but I used to be in the radio/TV business, and there were MANY years that I worked every holiday that came around, and at regular wages as well. It wasn't the worst thing in the world. It was often an inconvenience, but families can adjust schedules to compensate, and in the case of the TV stations, we always had our own little Thanksgiving feast at work that day. I'm pretty sure that firefighters, policemen, nurses, and others who always work the holidays feel the same way and have their own celebrations at work.

One more note--my sister-in-law has to work retail tomorrow (and Friday), so we had Thanksgiving dinner last night. No big deal, and we get more time to eat leftovers until we ALL go back to work.
Points very well taken.
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Rise of the Guardians 3D is now $9.99. Is this worth buying for real young kids, so that they can grow into watching it in a few years?
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I'd say yest. Excellent 3D effects and overall a very nice movie.
Now, the next question is if this is the best price or is there a doorbuster price this year that is significantly cheaper? Someone please advise.
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I agree Rise of the Guardians is a good movie, when I was expecting garbage like the confusingly-similarly-titled owls movie.

I don't shop for 3D so don't have a good handle on what deals might be out there.
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I see that BB will have ROTG (not 3D) for $7.99, though Amazon doesn't seem to sell that version. I'm pulling the trigger.

Thanks guys.

EDIT: Amended post, since I misspoke on my acronym.

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