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Has the Price of Gas forced you back to internet DVD Buying

Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by Dave Scarpa, Jun 3, 2004.

  1. Dave Scarpa

    Dave Scarpa Well-Known Member

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    It has me. Too often I have gone to a B&M for a deal to find it sold out, and now with gas appoaching $2.50 a gallon I find it cheaper to order many disks online. How has the gas price effect your DVD Travel plans?
     
  2. Malcolm R

    Malcolm R Well-Known Member

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    We've still got it pretty good.

    And to answer your question, No. [​IMG]
     
  3. BrianP

    BrianP Well-Known Member

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    I've never quit buying DVDs on the internet. One reason is I never have to worry about the title not being in stock or carried by the store. And most of the time it ends up being cheaper then purchasing from a B&M store. Add sales tax with the price of gas and it could add several extra dollars to a price of a DVD.
     
  4. Jesse Skeen

    Jesse Skeen Well-Known Member

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    It's caused me to stay home and actually watch my DVDs instead of going out looking for more.
     
  5. RyanAn

    RyanAn Well-Known Member

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    I usually find better deals online anyway, but the price of gas has come into effect recently.

    Ryan
     

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