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Old 06-12-01, 11:17 PM
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Ok, Most of you already have these dvd's or you have used this coupon already. I will post this anyway.

Coupon for Overstock: Expires June 22

http://www.overstock.com/cgi-bin/d2.cgi?cid=8926

List of DVD's:

X-Men DVD $13.49
Dr. Suess` How The Grinch Stole Christmas DVD $13.49
An All Dogs Christmas Carol DVD $13.49
Space Cowboys DVD $17.97
Matrix DVD $16.73
Jurassic Park - DTS DVD $19.29
Green Mile $16.73
Mission Impossible 2 DVD $20.48
Gladiator - Special Edition DVD $20.48
Perfect Storm DVD $17.95
Any Given Sunday - Director`s Cut DVD $17.90
American History X DVD $17.95
Twister DVD $17.90
Sleepy Hollow DVD $21.90
Duets DVD $22.70
Quills DVD $18.47
Antz - DTS DVD $25.90
A Bug`s Life - Gold Collection DVD $20.25
Fight Club DVD $24.20
Charlie`s Angels Special Edition DVD $18.95

Shipping is one charge of $3.95

So who can make the best deal?

EDIT: I noticed doing a search for the word DVD brought up some more titles. They are:

Big Daddy $13.90
The Net $9.90
Hook $13.90
My Life $13.90
Sleepless in Seattle $13.90
Stuart Little $13.90
Three Kings $17.90

Post any others you can find.



[Edited by Flay on 06-12-01 at 09:55 PM]
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Thanks...got a great deal!

Thanks for posting this coupon. I wasn't previously impressed with Overstock's selection or prices, and had not ordered from them before. Even though Overstock's website was rather slow tonite, I got what I think I was a great deal with the coupon on a few items I always wanted, but didn't want to pay much for!

907437 Soundtrack - Queer As Folk $11.95
908194 The Net DVD $9.90
908260 Twister DVD $17.90
908266 Perfect Storm DVD $17.95
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Credit Card #: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Expiration: 3-2003
Subtotal: $57.70
Order Discount: ($20.00)
Standard Shipping: $3.95
Taxes: $0.00
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total: $41.65
Old 06-13-01, 01:54 AM
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905319 The Atlantic Monthly Magazine $11.95 1 $11.95
908197 Fight Club DVD $24.20 1 $24.20
908330 Matrix DVD $16.73 1 $16.73

Subtotal: $52.88
Order Discount: ($20.00)
Standard Shipping: $3.95
Taxes: $0.00

Total: $36.83


Not bad considering these two DVDs would be $38.98 at deepdiscount.com and even more elsewhere. Plus I got a subscription thrown in to boot. I had been waiting to see Fight Club somewhere cheap (and it's not available via CH) so this did the trick for me.
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Thanks for the post

908245 Quills DVD $18.47 1 $18.47
908257 Stuart Little DVD $13.95 1 $13.95
908266 Perfect Storm DVD $17.95 1 $17.95

Subtotal: $50.37
Order Discount: ($20.00)
Standard Shipping: $3.95
Taxes: $0.00

Total: $34.32

Nice!!

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I ended up getting the Panasonic triple blade wet/dry razor for $38.90.
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Thanks for the deal, been wanting Fight Club and American Histo History X for a long Time.

Big Daddy $13.90
Fight Club $24.20
American History $17.95

Subtotal: $56.05
Order Discount: ($20.00)
Standard Shipping: $3.95
Taxes: $0.00
Total: $40.00

I almost got the "Apollo Power Ball" instead of Big Daddy. It sounded kind of cool, but I hated to spend 12.00 on someting I really had no idea what it was. Anyone ever seen one of these before?
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i was going to order TWISTER, but the picture on Overstock's website matches the cover of the OLD OOP version with no special features as shown on dvdpricesearch & amazon. Anyone have any idea if it is the old or new version? The pic on Overstock shows the thx logo on the bottom of the cover. Here it is: http://a102.g.akamai.net/f/102/3117/...ts/L908260.jpg
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Hook DVD $13.90 1 $13.90
Quills DVD $18.47 1 $18.47
American History X DVD $17.95 1 $17.95

Subtotal: $50.32
Order Discount: ($20.00)
Standard Shipping: $3.95
Total: $34.27

Thanks! That's a really really good deal on QUILLS! I've been waiting to pick that up. So, how bad does HOOK suck? I've never seen it but read the reviews at Amazon.

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Hook is a fun movie for kids mainly, but you may still enjoy it.
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Thanks, got Space Cowboys, Charlie's Angels and Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas (animated) for $34.36 shipped.
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The Best Deal ?

Would have to be

Antz 25.90
Fight Club 24.20
Total 50.10
Shipping 3.95
Discount (20.00)
Total 34.05


Assuming that Shipping does not count towards $50.00
required for $20.00 discount
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Anyone needing a low dollar item to push your order over $50, here's a few ideas:

SKU 16196
Lenox 1997 'First Christmas Home' Ornament $4.89

SKU 16569
Tapestry Computer Covers, Denver Broncos $2.85

SKU 903120
Smart and Friendly CD Speed Marker Rainbow Pack $5.77

There's also some software and magazine subscriptions for ~$10 and a few different patterns on the computer covers for $2.85.

On another note, does anyone know how Overstock.com tracks "first timer" status? Is it by email address, credit card number, a combination, or none of the above?

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Originally posted by Rant
On another note, does anyone know how Overstock.com tracks "first timer" status? Is it by email address, credit card number, a combination, or none of the above?
By email address. If you don't use the coupon, you not only lose the current coupon, but all future ones because you are no longer a "new" customer. Even if you never bought anything!

A bad policy and a good way to lose new business. But you can get around it by using a different address.
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Originally posted by Jaspear
Originally posted by Rant
On another note, does anyone know how Overstock.com tracks "first timer" status? Is it by email address, credit card number, a combination, or none of the above?
By email address. If you don't use the coupon, you not only lose the current coupon, but all future ones because you are no longer a "new" customer. Even if you never bought anything!

A bad policy and a good way to lose new business. But you can get around it by using a different address.
I agree... I signed up with my main email address a while back and shopped through their site and didn't find anything I was interested in. Now it sees me as a regular customer and I lost out on the coupon. However if I sign up with another Email address, I get it. Uggg...
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34.29
got Hook, Quills, and Space Cowboys, Thanks!
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Why do you think they're on Overstock in the first place???

Because they're closeouts & discontinued merchandise. Check out the cover to X-Men ... it's the older version as well.
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Isn't there only one version of X-Men out right now?
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Damn this forum! I was all happy with my DVD collection and then I see this. Oh well. I got X-Men, Gladiator, and Jurrasic Park for 37.21. Not bad at all
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I was looking for the matrix, fight club, and T2:UE for fathers day. I geuss gladiator will have to do. All for $45. Thank you dvdtalk.
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Good deal, thanks!
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Originally posted by Gambit
Isn't there only one version of X-Men out right now?
Come to think of it isn't he right? I thought there was only one X-Men release.
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Great bargain! Thanks for the post. I ended up getting Stuart Little and Avia sneakers.

Where did you find this bargain?

Sites like Bargain Boardwalk, Bargain Bliss, and Amazing Bargains, all have links to overstock.com coupons, but none come close to being as good as this one.


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The X-Men pic they have is of the ONLY X-Men DVD put out. There is not another DVD, except if you consider some of the cartoons, maybe??? Are they even on DVD?? But it's definitely the Fox X-Men Movie DVD they have there.
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Found it at anandtech's hot deals forum.
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Sorry, I was using the pic from http://www.dvdpricesearch.com as a reference. I guess there's only one out there, and yes, I even bought X-Men for that $13.49 price (only because C-House doesn't stock Fox, those bastages!).

... plus an Intel WL810 P3 MB for an extra $39.99 so I could get the order over $50. :-)

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