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Discussion in 'Bargains and Deals' started by Mike Frezon, Feb 24, 2018.
Of course, she has Infinity War coming up, which should hit disc in September...
Coco in 4k..but not for $30. Sorry, not happening. I may just hold off for a massively big Disney Movie Club order with a deal. I waited for Cars 3 and Guardians 2 and found a great deal on Pirates 5. I can wait. I'm a patient guy. Believe me.
Thank you, as always, Mike.
If Rough Night was the last Scarlett film to hit disc, that's five months ago.
There's a lot of catalog Scarlett work that needs to see the light of day.
Scoop comes quickly to mind (don't know why...):
I looked back for prior releases of Tom Jones and found a really old DVD that was non-anamorphic from MGM. Suddenly I remembered I actually owned a copy - it's so old that it's the HBO release in a snapper case! When did they stop using snapper cases? Sadly it's also non-anamorphic. Back notes say 1997 HBO. Maybe I need to spring for a newer version since it has Diane Cilento (Mrs. James Bond) in it.
The HBO/snapper case release of Tom Jones was the one I had, too.
Target.com is showing 27.99 for Coco 4K...still too rich for me. I’m not finding anything in the ads which excite me...probably sitting this week out.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri will actually be the first blu-ray I've purchased in quite a while, but it's definitely a keeper for me. Still no prices for Best Buy? I guess I'll be heading to Target.
Tom Jones will probably be a pick up next Criterion sale, but no rush (but that is one damn ugly cover).
Thanks again for the thread postings, and for the Jane Russell posters!
I'll probably swallow hard and get to Target then...adding in a discount on my RedCard. Admittedly, I don't want to wait a long time to see this since I didn't get to the theater to see it.
All the prices in the Sunday flyer were posted.
BB web site shows $24.99 for 4K Three Billboards, $19.99 for blu.
Thanks for the RoundUp, Mike!
I pre-ordered the following for this week:
Colossus: The Forbin Project
Coco 4k is up on Amazon, finally, for the ridiculous price point of $44.99. BB and Target are at $27.99.
I have $10 in BB rewards to use, but with this, Thor and Last Jedi all coming in fairly quick succession, I think waiting for all 3 to be out and then doing a bulk order from the Disney Movie Club. Regular club price for Coco 4k is $34.95 right now. Current promo: Buy one and everything is is 50% off and free shipping.
Big week for me this week. In UHD I picked up Coco, Murder on the Orient Express, and Wonder. In Blu-Ray I picked up The Star.
I did end up stopping at Target today to pick up the 4k of Coco.
$27.99 - $1.40 (RedCard 5% discount) = $26.59.
And, Amazon has delivered The Outlaw. For those who may have missed it, I have some of the original cover art for The Outlaw available in the OP.
They look something like this:
Definitely NOT Amazon! Coco on 4K is only available from 3rd party, and the Blu-ray is FULL PRICE at $39.99 (and shipping in 1-4 weeks!!)!
Because you don't offer it in 4K, and you lump all the bonus material in with the same stream?
I assume, @Sam Posten , that you liked my snarky comment and not that Amazon has no inventory and is charging full retail?
Three Billboards just came in the mail courtesy Amazon. As much as I think releasing Oscar contenders to disc this early prohibits any significant box office boot for the winners, I have to say it's nice to get the film before the studio has had a chance to ruin the cover art with a pronouncement of its wins. I understand why a studio would want to prominently feature awards wins on the cover, and I don't have a problem with that when it is done tastefully, but I hate it when there's a really "loud," obtrusive banner that is intrusive and distracting from the main cover art. They haven't had a chance to do that yet here since obviously it hasn't won any Oscars (yet.) There's a sicker on the slipcover, which I almost always recycle anyway, promoting its seven nominations including Best Picture, and that's it.
Anyone know the Murder on the Orient UHD prices at Best Buy and Target?
On another note, some titles are showing up quickly in Amazon’s 3 for $49.99 UHD sale. Wonder is now available on the sale which kind of bums me out as I had to settle for the Blu-ray back on release day. I need to see if there are certain labels that don’t show up and which ones do. Might be worth waiting on some new releases.
My Blu-ray review of Coco is now live.
WalMart only had Coco 4K HDR in stock about 3pm ($29.99) Labels said Bluray was $22.99 but they didn't have any... Target still had a number of standard blurays @ $19.99 and one of the Storybook Special Editions for $22.99 ... (I used a gift card from buying soap previously to save $5.00 off the 4K UHD of Coco ...
My Target did not have stock (ie open space or pricing sign) for Three Billboards or Murder...(2018 4K HDR )but WalMart had the 4K for $24.99 as was Murder ... (2018) I believe both blurays were $19.99 each at WalMart & Target. ...