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Old 10-05-07, 09:12 PM
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$24 off Series sets Kung Fu, Gilligan's Island, Wonder Woman @ Costco

Costco currently has an instant $24 off series sets of Kung Fu, Gilligan's Island, and Wonder Woman . Each series ran 3 seasons. Costco's regular price is $64.99 each. With the discount the price for each is $40.99 plus tax.
No coupon needed. You must purchase to get discount. If you ask them to scan it first you will not see the discount. There was a sign at my Costco but it did not show an expiration date.
These are just the previously released season sets in a new box. No new material.
Old 10-05-07, 09:49 PM
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Hmm. Tempting for WW. I've never seen "Kung-Fu" - was that a decent show? But you REALLY gotta like "Gilligan's Island" to go for that one...!

In other Costco news:

Star Trek: TNG - The Complete Series = $299.99

FF: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2 disc SE) = $20.99

FF: Rise of the Silver Surfer Gift Set (includes 2 disc SE, the 1st FF movie Ext. Edition DVD, a cool FF t-shirt, and a pair of decent looking Silver Surfer sunglasses that go into a Silver Surfer box) = 40.99

Jungle Book w/ 3 collector's pins = $23.99 (but wait until the 8th to use the coupon for free animal crackers w/ purchase)

Various WB/New Line 2-disc SEs (Streetcar Named Desire, Seven, Unforgiven, Bringing Up Baby, more...) = $8.99

I may be a little off od the change, but I'm almost possitive the dollar amounts are correct. Sorry folks, I'm going from memory here...
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I just got all three Kung Fu seasons at Best Buy last month when they were on sale for $14.99 each. This is about $4 cheaper, but I don't have any Costcos in my region, so it's probably better I got them at BB anyway.
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I saw all the Kung Fu sets at sams about 2-3 weeks ago for 13.xx each. You might still be able to find some if not all at yours.
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Hey thanks, I DO have a Sam's Club here!
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Originally Posted by Lecithin
Hey thanks, I DO have a Sam's Club here!
Just so you know you might have to hunt for them. I found several seasons under the tables for the dvds, which could have been easily overlooked.
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Gilligan's Island fans should wait for the complete series set that is coming in the next couple of months.
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Originally Posted by dx23
Gilligan's Island fans should wait for the complete series set that is coming in the next couple of months.
No need to wait, it's the complete series set at Costco. From here:

UPDATE: We've gotten fast word this morning that this set is already in stock in their local Costco warehouse stores, having arrived yesterday. Apparently it's the same item, same art and everything. Cost there is "around $65". We've got an inquiry in with Warner to check on this, but apparently it's out there right now, at least at Costco.
Ditto on the Wonder Woman and Kung Fu sets.

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Isn't 3 seasons the complete series? I thought it only ran for 3 seasons. Or are there exclusive bonuses (boni?) like on the Brady Bunch collection?
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FYI - Kung Fu is non-OAR.
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Yep, picked up WW today. No sign at mine, so it was a surprise to see the discount.
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Originally Posted by TheMovieman
Yep, picked up WW today.
How is this packaged? Thinner/more compact than the individual seasons?

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