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Discussion in 'Bargains and Deals' started by Mike Frezon, Nov 10, 2012.
Not a Disney coupon.
So how is this movie, Lawrence of Arabia?
Eh, it's OK.
deepdiscount.com has the big box sex of "Lawrence of Arabia" on sale today only for $49.99 and the 2-disc version for $17.04 with free shipping.
Yep, I started scoping it out earlier this week. I'm going to wait for Amazon to price match one or two titles. I'm not in the market for any major purchases this year.
"Lawrence of Arabia" without a doubt.
$29.99 for "Empire of the Sun" is pricey, will wait for a sale.
The review of Lawrence of Arabia has been up for a couple of days.
Lawrence of Arabia 50th Anniversary Limited Edition
And I knew that, too!
Sorry, Richard. Don't know what happened. But a link has just been added to the OP.
And a link to Matt's review of Trilogy of Life is also now in the OP.
So it's worth a blind buy then?
Amazon has dropped the price on its 3-disc Combo Pack of Pixar's Brave to just $19.99!
Thanks for adding the link for Trilogy of Life review to the price list, Mike. Very much appreciated!
Lawrence of Arabia big box Sex??? lol
Wow! This is the first Pixar title, (or any Disney Plat/Diamond edition) that hasn't had a coupon isn't it? I wonder what's going on with that?
I forgot to check before, but Disney Store is doing the usual 4 lithographs + $10/$20 future purchase coupon deal with Brave preorders at $24.99. It may be too late at this point; call your local store to see if they still have the lithos (they'll probably still have the coupons).
Note that they are also doing the same deal with Nemo and Peter Pan, which may or may not be available yet.
My guess would be that they know it'll sell with or without a coupon so they see no need to waste money on it.
There was an $8 coupon at Amazon WAY back when Brave was first announced. Maybe that was the defacto coupon for it and the $19.99 is gravy?
The Amazon coupon is different -- usually there's a printable in-store coupon on the Disney Movie Rewards site.
Yeah, got that part. I was just wondering if that coupon, from Amazon, was taking the place of the DMR coupon this time around.
I think the first one in a long while anyway.
I think Finding Nemo already has a coupon website placeholder waiting to go live at the end of the month.
I'm not sure I know the reasoning behind not having one unless it's a trial run to slowly wean us off of expecting
coupons at least for first time releases -- many of them have already dropped from 10 to 8 to 5.