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Has the Price of Gas forced you back to internet DVD Buying (1 Viewer)

Dave Scarpa

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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?
 

Malcolm R

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We've still got it pretty good.

And to answer your question, No. :)
 

BrianP

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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.
 

Jesse Skeen

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

RyanAn

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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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