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Old 01-01-03, 12:12 PM
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got etailers not listed under dvdpricesearch?

the best one i can think of is amazon.ca . are there any others used by the members here?
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and before people start complaining, i see the ugly title. it should have said good. moderator please fix.
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Another good etailer is Alldirect.com. They have a very poor search engine...but if you can locate the title you want, the prices are usually very good. They do not sell any pre-orders and only allow you to order items if they are in stock.
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Lasercorner.com.
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Fix the title....

Also would be good to note good ones missing from our Price Search: http://www.dvdtalk.com/price.html

We're always looking for good stores to work with
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FYE.com has become my favorite place since I found the thread in the DVD Bargains area about the 15% off code and the free shipping on a 49.00 order. The free shipping is priority mail/Fed Express 2 day. Plus they make multiple free shipments on an order!!! No waiting for out-of-stock items or pre-orders!!! They do charge tax though.

My best deal so far has been the D W Griffith Masterworks Set. I ordered it at Deepdiscountdvd to what I thought was a great price of 59.82 and chose priority mail for 2.95 so it would have been 62.77 but it was out-of-stock which was good for me. A few days later there was a message in the Dvd bargains about it at Fye. It was 46.72 plus 4.5% tax, for me. I cancelled the DDD order.

I have found several other good deals there from about 2.50 to several dollars less than DDD and add on to that the shipping methods. Its been great.

I usually buy more obscure/older titles so their prices on more recent movies/TV shows maybe higher.
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totalactionuniverse.com is not registered in dvdpricesearch. Always always look there for box sets you're planning on buying. You may be surprised by what you turn up.
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Also kudos to TAU, easy enough to get free shiping
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http://www.dvdhead.com

DVDHead has pretty good prices on boxed sets. They also have a pretty good referal program. Their customer service is great when you have a problem.

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