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Discussion in 'Bargains and Deals' started by Steve...O, Feb 3, 2007.

  1. Steve...O

    Steve...O Well-Known Member

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    Costco has some great deals on WHV product. Several box sets at $42.99 including Hitchcock Signature Collection, Doris Day box, Tennesee Williams, Chaplin 1, Controversial Classics 1. Also the Harold Lloyd collection at this price. This price is a steal for these mega boxes.

    $8.99 will get you various single title special editions (Casablanca, etc.)
     
  2. Todd Stout

    Todd Stout Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the tip. I have been wanting to pickup the Alfred Hitchcock Signature Collection for some time now. I hope one of my local stores has it in stock.
     
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    Well I passed on the Hitchcock Signature Collection over Christmas when it was one sale. Hopefully I can find one now [​IMG]
     
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    Note that those are their regular prices, and they often have coupons that knock another $10 off the price. Keep your eyes open for those!
     
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    They have a Winter-Spring "Passport" out now. Is there a coupon in there?

    (I'm at the office now, so can't check mine.) [​IMG]
     
  6. Todd Stout

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    I didn't find any of the Warner Brothers sets at the first Costco I went to on Sunday (Rancho Cucamonga) so I figured I was probably SOL. I decided to go ahead and try their Montclair location and thankfully found several of the Hitchcock sets on sale for the $42.99 price so I bought one.
     
  7. Steve...O

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    I do not see any WB coupons in my book nor are they running any at my local store.

    However, a number of other DVDs currently have instant savings going on now (James Bonds are $10 off per box, $50 off the Friends box, etc.)

    These WB sets were selling for over $60 at Costco just a few months ago so any coupon is probably built into this $42.99 price already.
     
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    They ran a huge DVD sale last week, but I didn't see any advertising. The complete sets of Friends and Sex In The City were $50(!) off, SNL Season 1 was $10 off, a Shirley Temple set was about $10 or $15 off, and various single-disc titles were $3 off and $5 off.

    I just happened to walk into the store and see the deals at the last minute. . .
     
  9. Mark Walker

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    Those WB 2-Disk SE DVDs are great deals at $8.99 @Costco as well:
    Amadeus
    Unforgiven
    The Philadelphia Story
    My Fair Lady (already owned)

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    They always have a nice selection of those -- I've also seen One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Next, The Big Red One, Robin Hood, Wyatt Earp, Once Upon A Time In America, and others.

    Can't beat 'em for $8.99. Those are great sets.
     
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    They also had the 3 disc (2 DVD + the score CD) Million Dollar Baby set for $8.99, but, now I can't find one. Should have bought it when I first saw it.
     
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    It'll be back. These Warner sets always come and go at Costco.
     
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    I watch with amazement how low the prices of premium “Special Editions” DVD tittles are dropping, good thing if you are buying now, I picked up this two tittles on 10/22/03 for $ 12.50 for what I thought to be at the time an unbeatable deal, but remember, "Unforgiven" is already available on HD_DVD.
     
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    Unfortunately for those of us who like extra features, that's being offset by the proliferation of separate day-and-date regular and special editions. (Although seeing the MDB SE cheap at Costco gives me hope for those too.)
     
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    Not Warner, but the latest Costco coupon mailer has a $10 coupon for Fox box sets for the week of 2/26. Bond, Mel Brooks, etc.

    Incidentally, my local Costco just dropped their everyday Bond price to $44 so Bond fans might be able to pick up those boxes for $34 apiece (assuming the price doesn't go up before then).
     

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