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Old 09-05-06, 06:45 PM
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found a few 20 dollar warner tv box sets at wal mart

the one's i saw were
gilmore girls seasons 4 and 5
entourage season 1
the oc season 1 and 2
veronica mars season 1
nip/tuck season 1 and 2
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Old 09-05-06, 07:34 PM
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Thanks for the info.
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Old 09-05-06, 09:42 PM
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Sams & Best Buy (and maybe Target?) all have similiar prices on those sets, so whichever is closer for someone should work
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Old 09-06-06, 01:01 AM
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is there even a point to buying new seasons sets of these shows when you know they will eventually drop to this price?
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is there even a point to buying new seasons sets of these shows when you know they will eventually drop to this price?
While it pains me to do so... I've put off purchasing 'veronica mars season 2,' 'nip/tuck season 3,' 'gilmore girls season 6,' and 'one tree hill' until the Christmas sales that everyones will be going down in december...
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While sometimes we want to wait for the price drop, your better off to buy it right away. Otherwise you may not see the next season, because of low sales.
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Originally Posted by spinning plates
is there even a point to buying new seasons sets of these shows when you know they will eventually drop to this price?
The main point is to catch up on a show so that you can watch the new season on TV. That's why they always release these sets 2 to 3 weeks before the new season starts up.
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Of course if you watched the previous season, then you don't need to catch up before the new season starts. So if you don't watch in "real time" then you may as well wait and purchase when the price drops.
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Originally Posted by critterdvd
While it pains me to do so... I've put off purchasing 'veronica mars season 2,' 'nip/tuck season 3,' 'gilmore girls season 6,' and 'one tree hill' until the Christmas sales that everyones will be going down in december...

Well said, i am doing the same none of these series are probably in danger of the dvds being discontinued from low sales. Generally the most important test is the 1st season and some best ofs that are put out.
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best buy has rescue me s1 and s2 and a few others for 19.99 also.
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Old 09-07-06, 12:58 AM
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Target also has these.

I don't watch any shows live, so I usually hold out for big sales before purchasing any sets. They come along often enough that I always have a backlog of things to watch until the next sale comes along.
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Originally Posted by spinning plates
is there even a point to buying new seasons sets of these shows when you know they will eventually drop to this price?
Almost all DVD will drop in price eventually. It's just a matter of how long you want to wait.
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