Leading up to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the Vudu and FandangoNOW on-demand streaming services are offering their ‘largest movie and TV sale ever’ with 175-plus movie bundle deals and more than 1,000 recent hits and classics. Some of the titles have not been available on subscription services up until this point, and several films are priced at $5. Customers who buy one of the special bundles during Thanksgiving week can earn a $2 promo code per bundle to use towards titles in December.
Among the featured offers during Thanksgiving week are movie bundles with complete film collections at 25% off, including the Harry Potter eight-film collection, the Spider-Man six-movie collection, Twilight: The Complete Saga, The Hunger Games franchise, the Jurassic Park five-film collection and The Dark Knight trilogy. There are also a number of new movies at $9.99, such as Trolls World Tour and Antebellum, while $7.99 titles concentrate on ‘fan favorites’ and award-winning movies, including Knives Out, Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood, Pulp Fiction, Jaws, Little Women and The Wolf of Wall Street.
Lower price fare includes 240 titles at $6.99, such as Legally Blonde, Man of Steel and Terminator 2, and 350 ‘collectible’ films like Dirty Dancing and Catch Me If You Can on offer at $5. There is also an extensive range of complete TV seasons at $10 each.
“We’re thrilled to launch our biggest home entertainment sale ever, as Thanksgiving week makes for a great time to stock up on classics and contemporary favorites for the holidays,” says Fandango EVP, Chief Commercial Officer Kevin Shepela. “FandangoNOW and Vudu will continue to host new offers throughout the week to help fans find holiday viewing deals with our comprehensive collection of movies and TV shows, many available in 4K UHD.”
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