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Old 02-14-06, 11:50 AM
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Anchorman/Wake Up Ron Burgandy NEW OOP - In Stock $31.98 @ Wherehouse.com

Anchorman/Wake Up Ron Burgandy is in stock at wherehouse.com for a brand new copy. I tested this out about a week ago thinking it was a mistake but low and behold I received my copy today. This is a good chance to pick up the OOP DVD at a reasonable price.

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Remember to use code: VISACOOL at checkout to receive 3.00 off your order which should cover shipping.
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$32 is reasonable?

I got it for $18 on release day. Is this rare now?
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$32 is reasonable?

I got it for $18 on release day. Is this rare now?
Where did you get the 2 pack for $18 on release day?
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They have it for 20 at my best buy... Should I pick it up? Is it rare?
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Old 02-14-06, 02:28 PM
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Same here. I've seen it for $20 at Best Buy.
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Old 02-14-06, 02:33 PM
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Wake Up, Ron Burgandy sells pretty regularly on eBay for $30 by itself, so yeah, this is probably a decent deal for those who didn't pick it up on release week.
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Wow, i'll pick it up then...
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Wow, I had no idea this was rare. I picked up my two pack at Wal Mart for less than $20 during release week as well.
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I got it through Columbia House a few weeks ago. It was around $28 IIRC, but the blow was softened by promos they were running at the time.

Anyhow, just a heads-up for CH members...
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Old 02-14-06, 04:12 PM
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this is the 2 pack you are referring to, right?
my best buy still has these in stock and the shelf seems to get refilled all the time.

i can get about 5 of them if i wanted.
$29
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Old 02-14-06, 04:16 PM
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The Best Buys near me also recently received shipments of the two-pack. I think it may be back in print.
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I think I saw one at Best Buy a few weeks ago that still had the bonus disc with it. I think it was the Bst Buy in Orange, or maybe the one in Fullerton.
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Originally Posted by Ravenous
$32 is reasonable?

I got it for $18 on release day. Is this rare now?
that's what i am saying. $32 is ridiculous for this set.
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Originally Posted by darkshadowdog
They have it for 20 at my best buy... Should I pick it up? Is it rare?
do you like the movie? otherwise why would you pick it up?
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I see these things everywhere. They are far from rare, and can't imagine they're of high demand.
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this is definately not worth $30, but maybe $20.
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buy this at some place that over prices dvds and will have them left over, like a Tower, or Blockbuster, I still see it at Tower.
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Is the "Wake Up Ron Burgundy" worth even watching? Isn't it just slapped together outtakes? I've found the regular DVD (just Anchorman) for less than $10... Can't imagine "Wake Up" being worth $21.98.
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It's $30 on half.com, and $55 on Amazon's marketplace. If it's back in stock, the market is completely unaware of it.
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Old 02-14-06, 10:02 PM
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i also got it at BB on release day for 17.99
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Old 02-14-06, 11:22 PM
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If you can find one with the bonus disc, grab it immediately. I sold the set with bonus disc on Ebay for $50 bucks a few months ago. Wake up is definitely worth viewing for fans of the movie. In fact, I found it more hilarious than the original movie because it featured a lot more gags with Brick.
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BTW, anyone who hasn't seen it (like myself) and use Netflix, they have it for rent.
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Originally Posted by chileorgullo
buy this at some place that over prices dvds and will have them left over, like a Tower, or Blockbuster, I still see it at Tower.
My local Tower has a copy, but it's $39.99. Personally, I'd pay $20 for this set, but not more than that. The movie was ok, but wasn't that good.
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Originally Posted by TheMovieman
Is the "Wake Up Ron Burgundy" worth even watching? Isn't it just slapped together outtakes? I've found the regular DVD (just Anchorman) for less than $10... Can't imagine "Wake Up" being worth $21.98.
If you're a (big) fan of Anchorman, it's worth it to get the set. There's some gold to be found among Wake Up... that makes it worth the 90-minute watch. However, if you're not, just go with the regular DVD.
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