Movie Trading Company is expanding

Discussion in 'Bargains and Deals' started by Patrick.C, Aug 11, 2004.

  1. Patrick.C

    Patrick.C Second Unit

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    This had been a Texas-only chain, but now they're in Atlanta and Salt Lake. They're actually part of Blockbuster. I checked out a few of the Atlanta locations (Towne Center and Cumberland) a few days ago. Their new and used prices are nothing to write home about, but they do have a few buy 2 get 1 free types of deals that are pretty good. The best one is a $4.99 each or 5 for $20 on used ex-Blockbuster rentals. The only rub is that you don't get the original case or artwork. You get only the disk (or discs if its a two disk set) and a clear case. I picked up T3, Pirates of the Carribbean, Lost in Translation, The Goonies and Super Troopers for 20 bucks. Not bad. Now if I can just find scans of the case art...
     
  2. Jean D

    Jean D Screenwriter

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    thats a good deal if you ask me, too bad there arent any on the east coast.
     
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    Aaron Silverman Executive Producer

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    Heck, for $4 for recent releases, I'll put 'em in a paper envelope! [​IMG]
     
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    Trying checking your local pawn shops. DVDs at pawn shops are usually $2-3 each. They always come w/ original artwork and case. I've even found a place where they sell 10/$15.


    There's great movies to be found at your local pawn!
     

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