Amazon.com - Resellng Opened DVDS?

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  1. Paul.Mc

    Paul.Mc Agent

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    I recently ordered 4 Disney Treasures DVD's from Amazon - The 3 for this year, plus Silly Symphonies, and 3 of the 4 arrived without the title sticker on the top sealing the tin (and the 4th, although sealed, was a "floater" [​IMG] ). Although all the discs without the sticker were shrink-wrapped, and on inspection seem complete and undamaged / mint, is there an opinion on if I should send them back and express my displeasure or just keep them?
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    Everywhere I've seen the recent tins I've noticed that not all have the title labels on the top. Two of the three I ordered (not from Amazon) arrived without the labels, too.
    I'm sure it's just a packaging glitch. Maybe they ran out of labels or had a problem on the assembly line. I wouldn't worry about it, as long as the discs are fine.

    Another way to tell if they're in original shrink-wrap is to look for Disney's "Magic Castle" logo somewhere on the wrap. It's usually very small in white ink.
     
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    Searching through the trash I found that probably only 2 of the 4 actually came without the "top" stickers. Thing is, one of the tins that didn't have a sticker really looks like there was one there at some time (by the markings on the tin). All the shrink I could find in the trash did have the little Disney imprint on it, but I'm missing one. I haven't been to a store since I received the discs to check out inventory there to see if the ones there also are "tagless" myself...
     

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