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Discussion in 'Bargains and Deals' started by Joe RZ, Apr 21, 2007.
For $22.88 happy hunting.It's the new version.
BJ's too. Got one yesterday.
Wow, it may be time to trade up. Wow is the widescreen framing? Were there more extras?
I'm on my way (as soon as I can)! Thanks, fellas!
Thanks Joe for the heads up. I got one today!
Mike, I haven't made it to BJ's yet... Did you? And more importantly, did you find it there?
No...and no. Was thisclose to getting there a couple nights ago...but didn't.
Deep Discount now has it for $22.78, presumably to match this Sam's Club price. Free shipping, no tax for most.
Thanks, Glenn! I'm looking at it right now and it says $23.78...but that's still less than $22.88 at my local BJs. I might just pull that trigger.
Sorry, I misread it I guess. Indeed DeepDiscount's price is $23.78, so it doesn't quite match Sam's, but pretty close or better final price w/o sales tax.
ninety cents is less than gas and tax. I'll get it from DD. Thanks!
Don't hate me Ric...But went to BJs today and they had only one copy of FtEttM (that I could find). It was priced $22.99. I really had to search it out, too! It was hidden behind a number of other things...and there's no writing on top of the case.
Could've saved another couple bucks by doing DDD, I suppose. But, there it was!
Maybe you already got there, Ric?!
BTW, they also had several of the early seasons of CSI for just $29.99. That seems like a pretty good deal for anyone who might be interested. They have been much more expensive.
Thanks for the heads up guys. I just ordered a copy from DeepDiscount.com. I already have the original 4:3 release but for $23.78 I think I can afford to add the newer 16:9 version to my collection.
FWIW, my local BJs Wholesale Club has now replenished its supply of these at the $22.99 pricepoint.
I got mine!
I just saw From the Earth to the Moon at a local Costco for $21.99 today. Of course this was after ordering it online two weeks ago from DeepDiscount.com and receiving one with a lenticular moon that had slid out of place.