Beauty & The Beast SE DVD $5.00 Upgrade

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  1. James_S

    James_S Second Unit

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    Just a quick note to all owners of the original VHS copy of Beauty and The Beast and new owners of the B&B SE DVD (or VHS), Disney is offering a $5.00 upgrade rebate.
    Needed for this rebate:
    1. Hand printed certificate (found in new DVD - Be Our Guest to Enchanted Savings! booklet)
    2. Proof of purchase tab off original B&tB VHS copy.
    3. Proof of purchase tab B from new B&tB SE DVD.
    4. Cash receipt from your new B&tB SE DVD(or VHS)(price circled)Purchase dated October 8th 2002 and October 8th 2003. rebate must be postmark by November 7 2003(got some time)
    So if you bought at Kmart at $15.97 with $5.00 rebate your paying $10.97 plus tax and .35 for postage.
    NOT BAD!!
    Mailing address for this promotion:
    Beauty and The Beast Upgrade
    PO Box 430923
    El Paso, Texas 88543-0923
    Filled and sent out mine out today.
    James
     
  2. Dave E H

    Dave E H Supporting Actor

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    Nice! Thanks - I've got the VHS still in shrink wrap, as I bought it thinking "never know when I'll see this again!"
     
  3. ashley c

    ashley c Stunt Coordinator

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    Pulling off the tabs hurt though. [​IMG]
     
  4. Bingo

    Bingo Stunt Coordinator

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    I agree Ashley....

    $5 or a complete cover?

    Being a collector, a choose to pay more.
     
  5. GlennH

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    I usually go for these rebates when I can. I don't really mind having to neatly cut a small tab from the package, although I agree that it would be nice if they'd do it differently.
     
  6. Malcolm R

    Malcolm R Executive Producer

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    Yeah, I haven't decided if I want to cut up my cover or not.
    There is a similar offer for "The Great Mouse Detective." They say send in the POP tab or UPC symbol from the VHS. However, my VHS actually had a 3x5 insert sheet that serves as the POP. Anyone know if this is acceptable, or do I have to cut the UPC from my VHS packaging?
     
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    Your right :b :b
     
  8. Jorge Montes

    Jorge Montes Stunt Coordinator

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    I'm a collector too. But I'm a cheap collector on a college student budget and I collect for the movies, not the pretty boxes. Besides, I got the outside cardboard slip-fold to hide it. [​IMG]
    But here's my problem. My Beauty and the Beast VHS has no tab (nor do I see where one might have ever been. Do you suppose I can just cut out the UPC code from the back of the box? Or does it have to be a tab?
     

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