Hope I'm not jumping the gun, but the Criterion.com Fall Flash sale appears to scheduled to start at Noon ET Tuesday. If this turns out to be a red herring, I sincerely apologize in advance. PROMO Code -- COOP (case sensitive) Normally this is slated for 24 hrs though it often ends up lasting a bit longer - a few minutes to several hours depending on demand and if the server crashes enough time (Soccer Penalty Time) 50% off MSRP (not current/normal price) all instock movies -- DVD, BD, Eclipse Free Shipping at $50. I don't think Criterion has done international orders other than Canada. New releases included. Preorders almost never are allowed. Normally items go out of stock and backorders aren't taken, but the last few sales some items return to stock several times. Criterion Loyalty program -- $50Gift Cert for every cumulative purchase of $500 even if it takes 5 years. In the past those loyal rewards certs are sent via email almost immediately and are eligible for immediate use. If you are close to $500 and have enough total items, I'd suggest making an order just big enough to qualify for the Loyalty Cert plus FS, then make another $50+ order with the extra money rather than make one large order and then have to wait 6 months for the next flash sale though the GC/Rewards don;t expire. You can load them into your account and the $$$ will be there next sale. EDIT: It appears they jumped the gun and started early to beat the rush. I randomly checked half dozen items and it appears all the movies are qualifying. I don't think other merchandise ever is included.