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Discussion in 'Bargains and Deals' started by Mike Frezon, Dec 1, 2018.
And the link has been added to this week's RoundUp grid, Todd!
Same for me. I picked up the 4k even though I didn't have 4k, because it was cheaper. I actually did watch it though.
Now I do have 4k, so season 2 was a must in 4k, regardless of the price.
Does anyone know the price of the Mission Impossible 4K collection at Best Buy? I ordered from Amazon, but it's not arriving until the 17th.
Their web site has it for $119.99.
I would stick with that Amazon order as I think that you'll have it before the 17th. Mine is arriving today.
Amazon shipped my Lion King copy today....
Thanks. I had seen that, but I occasionally find it a different price in store. Although come to think, that happens more often at Target. The website and the app seldom match sale prices there. Of course, they aren't carrying it in store.
Wow. Considering the Amazon-Disney feud, I was not expecting this to be the case.
Looks like that's what I will be doing.
You took the words right out of my mouth. That is completely unexpected (at least for me)!
I was in Target last night and they had very non-descriptive verbage with some of their 4k titles. The "sale" is 3/$40 or $19.99 each. There were only a handful of titles with the shelf tag and I couldn't find a complete list anywhere. Nothing really caught my eye so take that for what it's worth.
Yesterday I was on their site and the selection was restricted to Warner titles from I can see with all of them already in my collection like Justice League, Wonder Woman, Blade Runner 2049 and Rampage to name a few.
I was in a Target last night. This one particular store had several copies of the 4k Lion King on their shelves. Other than that, I just pretty much noticed that the media section was pretty hard to find. Still near the Electronics Department but really reduced in size to a couple partial aisles.
@Mike Frezon - My review of Westworld Season 2 is now live and so is Neil's review of Mission: Impossible Fallout.
My Target Media section (were it not for the titles and addition of blu-ray and 4K blu-ray) somewhat resembled a media section ca 1995 With vinyl albums on one endcap and another section of vinyl next to it. Another section of audio CDs (sans longboxes). Admittedly there were no record bins to search through.
The was another 4 way fixture with CDs on one side, many were Yule related (One side was devoted to gift cards for other places ...)
The Other sides had cheaper dvds & Blu-rays
There were at least 3 aisles with a mixture of DVds, Blu-ray and 4K blu-rays.(with some Xmas CDs mixed in)
They were OOS on many items. but I had a $20.00 of $100 coupon and was able to get MI:Fallout 4K for $26.99 +$5.00 Target GC (There was no shelf tag and it was listed at $29.99. The did have some of the um classic Dreamworks Animation movies for $5.00. I got the Bee Movie Blu-ray.
But my Target is a Superstore with a huge produce section ...
My SupurWal*Mart in the same mall has reduced their CD selection ... bur they have Airforce One 4K for $19.99 and the bowling bageless Big Lebowski 4K for $17.99... (Which are NOT in stock at Target)
Safe Shopping everyone
And, gents: The links have been added to the UHD grid!