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Weekly Roundup 10/28 (What's Up, Doc?)


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#101 of 113 David_Jr

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Posted October 30 2003 - 08:12 AM

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why didnt you price match from the target ad?


I have done price matches at that BB before. They ALWAYS call to see if the item is in stock. If not, no pm.
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#102 of 113 John Berggren

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Posted October 30 2003 - 09:55 AM

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Also, I wanted to state that in both of those DVD packages there was a movie coupon for a child's ticket up to $6.50 to the new Looney Tunes movie, so another $13 value on top of the already great deal!


All the ads I'd read about these coupons didn't specifically indicate that they were for CHILD tickets. How dissapointing, and somewhat discriminatory.
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#103 of 113 David Lambert

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Posted October 30 2003 - 11:48 AM

I doubt the average ticket selling person will object to accepting these while selling you an adult ticket. The redemption process doesn't do matching of any sort.
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#104 of 113 Dick White

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Posted October 30 2003 - 05:38 PM

Well, as I suspected, my Sam's club didn't have the price reported here OR the price on the website. It was $42.88, 26 cents more than Walmart. I wasn't about to go back to Walmart to save 26 cents (and with shipping, the web price wasn't much better) so I bought it at Sam's, the second best price in town. It really irks me when the membership store sells stuff for more than Walmart. Needless to say, I rarely shop there (my wife is the one who got the card, and mine was a free addition to hers).

#105 of 113 John Gido

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Posted October 31 2003 - 06:10 AM

Got mine at Best Buy yesterday. Price matched the Target ad ($45.99) PLUS $6.00 off in Best Buy Bucks from McDonald's. Total cost was $42.75 including tax. Not to shabby.
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#106 of 113 Edwin Pereyra

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Posted October 31 2003 - 12:58 PM

I was not planning on getting the LT set until I read the great deal here at Costco. Thanks. And yeah, those two movie tickets are an extra treat. Posted Image

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#107 of 113 Dave H

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Posted October 31 2003 - 06:09 PM

My local Best Buy said SNL dvds are not on sale. This true?

#108 of 113 David_Jr

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Posted November 01 2003 - 02:17 PM

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Went to Target today, no LTGC. Stock person told me that they only got 7 copies all sold yesterday .Went to Best Buy next door and they had 3 priced at $54.99. No sale. I think I'll try Walmart.


SCORE!! Finally got to Walmart today. They had a sign on an end row of DVDs advertising LTGC for $42.62. Only problem, none left. I searched high and low and finally found one behind a big pile of Indy Jones DVDs. Hope I didn't make somebody mad by getting it. I actually did better than I would have at Target.
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#109 of 113 Jeff D

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Posted November 01 2003 - 07:21 PM

When does the Costco instant rebate end?

#110 of 113 David Lambert

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Posted November 02 2003 - 02:41 AM

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#111 of 113 Mark Booth

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Posted November 02 2003 - 04:00 AM

I picked up the Golden Collection and Space Jam SE yesterday. My Costco had a sign detailing the Looney Tunes/Space Jam $20 instant rebate. It was poorly located but it was there nonetheless (right below the DVDs).

Thanks gang for pointing this deal out. I was in the same Costco on Friday and did not notice the sign (and had not read this entire thread yet). I almost picked up the Golden Collection for $40. I don't know why I hesitated but I did. Once I read the deal in this thread I headed back down to Costco on Saturday.

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#112 of 113 Jeff D

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Posted November 02 2003 - 09:02 AM

Thanks for the info dave!

#113 of 113 Dan Rudolph

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Posted November 03 2003 - 12:57 AM

Unfortunately, no Costco near me, so had to settle for getting LTGC and Stranger than Fiction for $6. Not a bad price, though.
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