Weekly RoundUp 4-5-2016 (The “Force Awakens” Edition)

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The Features

– Star Wars: The Force Awakens – 2015

– Journey to the Seventh Planet – 1962

– The Gallant Hours – 1960

– The Purple Plain – 1954

The Prices

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Blu-ray Amazon BestBuy Target
#Horror (Shout! Factory) $14.99
Black Cat, The (1981)) (Arrow Films) $19.99
Cherry Tree  (Dark Sky) $22.99
Countdown  (Lions Gate) $19.99
Death in Buenos Aires (Filmrise) $19.95
Death Walks Twice: 2 Films by Luciano Ercoli $49.99
Doctor Who – The Complete 9th Series (BBC) $79.99 $49.99
Dream Children, The  (Filmrise) $19.95
Expanse, The (Season One)  (Universal) $42.99
Gallant Hours, The  (Kino) $16.49
Hallow, The (Shout! Factory) $22.97
Journey to the Seventh Planet (Kino) $15.99
Mojave (Lions Gate) $24.99
Prefontaine (Mill Creek) $6.99
Prescription Thugs (Anchor Bay) $26.99
Purple Plain, The (Kino) $17.49
Riot (Universal) $17.99
Sect, The (Filmrise) $19.95
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Walt Disney) $19.99 $19.99 $19.99
Tumbledown (Anchor Bay) $17.99
Veteran (CJ Entertainment) $14.99
Your Vice Is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key (Arrow Films) $19.99

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DVD Amazon BestBuy Target
#Horror (Shout! Factory) $11.99
10 Items or Less – The Complete Series (Mill Creek) $8.99
Anguish (eOne) $14.99
Apeiron (Shami Media Group) $13.99
Ava’s Possessions (eOne) $14.99
Burke’s Law: Complete Season One (VCI) $54.99
Casual: Season One (Lions Gate) $22.99
Cherry Tree (Dark Sky) $19.99
Cookout 2, The (eOne) $14.99
Countdown (Lions Gate) $13.99
Creep (Sony) $9.99
Curveball (Image) $13.99
Daddy (Breaking Glass Pictures) $21.99
Daimonion (Shami Media Group) $13.99
Deadly Weeekend (eOne) $29.98
Death in Buenos Aires (Filmrise) $14.95
Dixieland (MPI) $19.99
Doctor Who – The Complete 9th Series (BBC) $64.99
Dream Children, The (Filmrise) $14.95
Entity, The (2016) (Film Movement) $24.95
Episodes: Season Four (Paramount) $22.99
Expanse, The (Season One) (Universal) $29.99
Exorcism of Anna Ecklund, The (4 Digital Media) $9.99
Father Brown: Season 3 Part 1 $29.99
Fish Story, A (Arc Entertainment) $13.99
From Parts Unknown: Fight Like a Girl (eOne) $14.98
Great Hypnotist, The (Well Go USA) $14.99
Hallow, The (Shout! Factory) $14.98
Heartland – The Complete 6th Season (eOne) $23.99
Hoarder, The (Image) $14.99
House of Lies: Season Four (Paramount) $22.99
How To Beat A Bully (Indie Rights) $19.95
How to Change the World (Kino) $16.49
Identicals (Sony) $17.99
Ignorance of Blood, The (Film Movement) $24.95
Journey to the Seventh Planet (Kino) $12.49
Lake Fear (eOne) $11.99
Masked Saint, The (Freestyle) $9.99
Mojave (Lions Gate) $13.99
Nightingale, The (Kino) $19.99
No Evidence of Disease (Passion River) $24.95
NYPD Blue (The Complete 9th Season) (Shout! Factory) $27.99
Odd Couple, The (Season 1) (Paramount) $27.99
Of Men and War (Kino) $19.99
Patrick’s Day (Brink) $11.99
Pay Back (Lions Gate) $14.99
A Place to Call Home: Season 3 $39.99
Prescription Thugs (Anchor Bay) $14.99
Pup 2 No Good (eOne) $11.99
Riot (Universal) $13.99
Sect, The (Filmrise) $19.95
Shirley: Visions Of Reality (Shami Media Group) $13.99
Shopping Tour (Shami Media Group) $13.99
Sparrows, The (Arc Entertainment) $13.99
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Walt Disney) $17.99 $16.99
Stealing Cars (Sony) $19.99
Time Rush (Archstone) $14.99
Tumbledown (Anchor Bay) $14.99
Veteran (CJ Entertainment) $17.99
Von Trapp Family: A Life of Music (Lions Gate) $13.99
Wildflower $14.98
Your Vice Is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key $13.99

The Disclaimer

Standard disclaimer: All prices are taken from the websites of each chain, or from their printed Sunday advertisements. All prices are subject to change by each chain. Prices and inventory in-store may or may not match the website price.

I, obviously, cannot include EVERY title released in a given week in the RoundUp. The titles included are those that I am interested in…as well as those which I consider will be of interest to a majority of consumers (and sometimes I’ll miss one!). I don’t get paid for this, and I don’t have the time to list every DVD. So, please don’t complain! If there is a title not included in the RoundUp that you want to see, PLEASE just look it up yourself, and be nice enough to post and share the results with everyone!

 

The Specials

–Best Buy, this week, has EXCLUSIVE STEELBOOK PACKAGING with their Blu copies of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. That special packaging will cost you a premium ($27) which is $8 above the price of the regular packaging. All other content is the same.

–Best Buy also has the two SW trilogy collections on sale for $34.99 apiece. The soundtrack OST is available for $13.99.

–The following recent releases are on sale this week at Best Buy:

$9.99 (all DVD):  San Andreas, Furious 7, Mad Max Fury Road, Home.

$14.99 (all DVD):  The Martian, Hitman: Agent 47, Maze Runner: Scorch Trials, Fantastic 4.

$19.99 (all Blu):  The Hateful Eight, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 2, Daddy’s Home, Concussion.

–Best Buy Odds and Ends:  None to report.

–Target this week has EXCLUSIVE FOLD-OUT COLLECTIBLE PACKAGING AND 20-MINUTES OF EXCLUSIVE BONUS CONTENT with its Blu-ray copies of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Content includes never-before-seen interview with Daisy Ridley & John Boyega and more. THIS package will cost you ($24.99) five dollars more than the standard Blu-ray package.

–Target is also advertising the Complete SW saga on Blu for $89.99, the OST for The Force Awakens @ $11.99 and the read-along storybook and CD for $7.99 with an EXCLUSIVE POSTER.

–Target Odds and Ends: None to report.

–And Wal-Mart has it’s own EXCLUSIVE SLIPCOVER for the Blu of The Force Awakens.  Price will be $19.96.

–And you can pre-order TFA at TheDisneyStore.com for $24.95 and get a free four image lithograph set.

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52 Comments

  1. Thanks for the mid week surprise, Mike! I have TFA ordered from Amazon and I'm guessing I'll see the price drop to the Target price by EOD Tuesday. I just have no interest in going to the store and fighting people after work for a copy, to be honest.Otherwise, I'll have some disposable cash this next paycheck and I want to acquire a few other things which have been in my want list for a while (BSG, for instance).Thank you again!

  2. I'll be picking up Star Wars this week! Just a heads-up, the Target bonus content is download only garbage rather than a real disc.Thanks for the early prices, Mike! 🙂

  3. I'll be pixcking my SW's up at walmart since I have a bunch of savings catcher money.Also under the BB8 slip will be the regular "stars" art incase anyone cares.One more thing the dvd release of 10 Items or Less for $9 is a good deal for me.Was short lived but a pretty good show.

  4. I'm usually down for the Steelbook of any movie I was going to buy anyway, but now we are at a whopping $8 PREMIUM PRICE over the regular version? Only within the last several weeks has Best Buy been charging an extra $5 for the Steelbook when, for years, it was always the same price; but now, because it's Star Wars, it's $8 and you get nothing extra except the Steelbook??? I'm putting my foot down on this one and just going with the regular. Screw Best Buy!!!

  5. I pre-ordered Star Wars for $13.99 (BR and free shipping) from Target early on. What confirmed even more that it was a good deal, was that Target sent out an email to everyone that got in on the early price and gave us all the chance to cancel that order so we could instead order their special packaging. Yes, because I'm going to believe that a store is making a special effort to contact people out of the kindness of their heart and not to increase profit margins.

  6. Wait,The BB-8 cover is just the slip cover?  Was originally going with Target but when I found out it was more expensive and had a cardboard cover I changed my minid to BB-8, but I might as well just go with the regular version.

  7. Funny story…I was used to BD's being on the bottom grid, so I automatically scrolled there for the $16.99 price on TFA. Lo and behold…it's not $16.99 on Blu.

  8. It's a rare week that I can acquire all the info I need for a RoundUp THIS early!  Only when there's one of those "special" releases.

    If you guys know of any other special promotions on the release of The Force Awakens, please add them into this thread! 

    Thanks, in advance, for all the "likes" of the OP.  I really enjoy putting these together for you folks!  :thumbsup:

  9. I'll be picking up Star Wars this week! Just a heads-up, the Target bonus content is download only garbage rather than a real disc.

    Thanks for the early prices, Mike! 🙂

    EDIT: Apparently, the Star Wars Target exclusive case is made of cardboard. So you'll be paying $5 extra for no case and digital special features that could be pulled down at any time.

    Man, I am so glad I canceled my Target pre-order and went with standard version from Amazon.  Between the price difference on their limited edition vs the standard version, and not having to pay shipping at Amazon, I'm saving almost $15.

  10. My TFA is coming from Amazon, so I *know* I'll get the best price!

    (… And free shipping via my Amazon Prime membership; can't beat it!!)

    Exactly.  Me, too. 

    I just want the film.  And my personal decision is "screw" retailer exclusives and collectible packaging–especially when higher cost is involved.  For those who want them, go for it!  :thumbsup:

  11. I just want the film.  And my personal decision is "screw" retailer exclusives and collectible packaging–especially when higher cost is involved.  For those who want them, go for it!  :thumbsup:

    I almost always go for the retailer exclusive but I'm curious how they can justify charging an extra $5 for a digital featurette and a cardboard box. I'll be getting it at Target either way since they open the earliest but even I may skip the exclusive. Personally, I think the regular cover is the best looking one of the four covers anyway.

  12. Extra $5 MQ available from Disney – not specifically SW, but it should work so std release for 14.99 on release day. 

    For 250 points at Disney Movie Rewards (and you'll get 150-200 back from your purchase) — you can get a "$5 off any Disney DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack"

    Sign into your DMR account?Rewards it's pretty easy to find under Gift Cards and Popular

    You should be able to print 2 coupons per computer and from reports you can print 2 more from different computers from the DMR Unlocked Offers Page.

    Expires  12/31/2016  so good for quite a few months.   So far these have worked for DIsney, Marvel, Pixar, adn Touchstone releases.  Walmart and Target they

    scan automatically and BBY has it's own semi manual system. 

    This does require one of those Printer Software program installs that so many people find intolerable and a Printer as well as the aggravation of getting it to work depending on your

    computer/printer– no virtual, pdf, or smartphone scans allowed  since the store has to collect the coupons to mail to Disney for payment.,

  13. I almost always go for the retailer exclusive but I'm curious how they can justify charging an extra $5 for a digital featurette and a cardboard box. I'll be getting it at Target either way since they open the earliest but even I may skip the exclusive. Personally, I think the regular cover is the best looking one of the four covers anyway.

    The justification is likely  "most Star Wars fans don;t care and are going to pay for it Day 1 no matter what we charge" so lets make a bit more profit now.    After the crazies get their fill and judging by the volume reports I'm hearing from retial store employees this will likely be extreme mass quantities so if you want the SB or exclusives, just wait for the later sales.

  14. I hate retailer exclusives, particularly on Blu-ray titles.  The last movie Abrams made before this one, "Star Trek Into Darkness" was perhaps the worst example I've ever seen of retailer exclusives.  Only one third of the bonus material was originally put on the disc.  Another third of it was given as a Target retailer exclusive.  Then the other third was given as a Best Buy retailer exclusive.  And then only iTunes had the commentary.  So there was no way to get all of the content without buying it multiple times, and it was all pretty substantial stuff.  They basically took a two hour making-of documentary and cut it into pieces.

    For me, one of the worst things about the retailer exclusives is the supply is usually very poor.  Stores heavily promote these things, but often run out of them well before end of business on the first day.  (That they put them on the weekly circular is kind of a laugh since there's little chance they'll last all week.)  The last two times I tried to play the retailer exclusive game, one of the times (the Star Trek Into Darkness release), the Target employees at my store didn't even put the exclusive version of the movie in the Movies section.  The Movies section was filled with the regular edition, and the employees there had no idea about the exclusive version.  I only found it because I stumbled into another lost fan in the store; they had hid all of the exclusive versions in an endcap located between women's underwear and snack crackers.  The other time I tried recently was for some sort of Best Buy exclusive on Captain America: The Winter Soldier that I tried to buy on its street date.  I checked the Best Buy website before leaving my house, and the website clearly stated that they had the disc in stock.  When I got to the store, they were sold out of copies, and one of the clerks said that they had been sold out since first thing in the morning.  I asked to speak to a manager because I wanted to gently complain that their website said it was in stock, and yet they didn't have it.  I then had one of the most bizarre conversations I've ever had, where the manager insisted that the website was correct when it said that it was "in stock" at the store, but that they didn't have any copies.  He just would not concede the point that it's impossible for an item to be "in stock" and "sold out" at the same time.

    I was almost lured back into the game by this until they announced that the Target version didn't include a disc for the bonus features.  I still may be persuaded one day to spend extra for additional bonus content, but I'm not willing to spend an extra $10-15 for a digital code for more bonus features that may or may not work forever.

  15. I was almost lured back into the game by this until they announced that the Target version didn't include a disc for the bonus features.  I still may be persuaded one day to spend extra for additional bonus content, but I'm not willing to spend an extra $10-15 for a digital code for more bonus features that may or may not work forever.

    A clarification for those not following the gory details.  The Target item has the  extra Bluray disc with extras like all the releases, it just the small amt of Target Exclusive bonus material that

    will be digital only

  16. It's shocking – nay, unthinkable – to the 10 year old in me who grew up loving Star Wars, but honestly, I'll get E7 later down the road on Black Friday or something after a price drop to 10 bucks. It was a good film, but it was a pretty poor Star Wars movie.

  17. I did the Target preorder of their retailer exclusive Blu-Ray for the $5 gift card, so I'll be waiting for that one to come in the mail. I was hoping it'd have shipped by now, since there's no way it'll make it here by Tuesday with standard shipping.

    Has anybody heard anything about Season 3 of "Banshee" on Blu-Ray? For some reason, I thought it was coming out Tuesday.

    EDIT: Forgot to mention! A special thanks to Mike for the extra early RoundUp. The Force must have been with him this week.

  18. I did the Target preorder of their retailer exclusive Blu-Ray for the $5 gift card, so I'll be waiting for that one to come in the mail. I was hoping it'd have shipped by now, since there's no way it'll make it here by Tuesday with standard shipping.

    Has anybody heard anything about Season 3 of "Banshee" on Blu-Ray? For some reason, I thought it was coming out Tuesday.

    EDIT: Forgot to mention! A special thanks to Mike for the extra early RoundUp. The Force must have been with him this week.

    If you search for it on Amazon, it shows a 04-05-16 release date.

  19. Thanks for your work, Mike.

    I will occasionally do the retailer exclusive thing if there is enough stuff to make it worthwhile.  I don't like it, but especially if it is additional behind-the-scenes material, I'm usually down for that, if the price is the same.  But it doesn't count for me if it's not on a disc, so Target and their digital download exclusive lost me at that point.

    Best Buy: I like the occasional steelbook for special titles.  I was considering this one.  But I just spent $5 extra for the Hateful Eight steelbook this week, and even that was stretching it, but I wanted to do it because I have Django Unchained as a steelbook and wanted them to match.  I sure as hell am not going to pay $8 over the cost of the basic edition to get the steel in this case.  The artwork they have chosen for the steel isn't as cool as the poster, either.

    Wal-Mart: I don't really care about slipcovers that much anymore, and BB-8 is awesome, but he's far from the only good thing about the movie.

    That being said, I am happy to get the basic edition here, which I am very glad has the poster as the artwork, as I like the poster very much.  Besides…raise your hand if you actually think this is the last time Disney is going to release this film.  We'll probably be buying this again very soon anyway, so why pay more than we need to now?  (I'm pleasantly surprised the extras seem to be extensive on this version, but given that Abrams usually does commentary tracks and this one doesn't have that, I'd expect a double dip with that before Episode VIII comes out.)

    Exclusives are nice if they don't involve price gouging (for Peanuts, Target's exclusive with an extra disc was the same price as the regular one would have been anyway, so why not?)  In this case, though, this is a blatant attempt to screw Star Wars fans out of more of our money because they think they can. I'm not falling for it.

    Amazon it is.

  20. Odd ting though, on walmart.com the bb8  version is 20 while non exclusive is listed at $25. HMMM

    I assume that the regular edition will drop to $20 by the time they start shipping product out.

    I find it even weirder that Amazon is not selling the regular DVD packaged on its own.  Not that I would opt for that over the Blu-ray, obviously, but still…

  21. Potential price of $43 at BN.com  for the Doctor Who set though it will require a few pieces to fall into place

    Currently on preorder at 40% off ($53.99)

    There is supposed to be  a 20% code active on Monday, but preorders aren't eligible for most codes ( BNSPRING20 )

    New Items usually go live sometime b/w 12:01-1:30am ET in the website though.

    Assuming the price stays the same you should be able to apply the discount and place an order then.

    I don't know if the price will stay the same  next week on the item is live though oftne there is a window b/w Go Live and change

    to release days prices,

  22. You can click on that image to increase its size.

    And, Target, you can thank me for straightening up your rack!  😀

    EDIT:  One other thing, the media section at my local Target seems to have taken another hit and been shrunk again.

  23. I ended up cancelling my Amazon order of TFA. Between a tight weekend budget (tomorrow is payday!) and paying for plane tickets to Louisiana AND an Apple Watch anniversary present…I don't know if TFA is actually realistic.

    I'm probably kidding myself, to be honest. It'll be a spur of the moment decision tomorrow afternoon as I'm getting the watch and some flowers…

  24. "–The following recent releases are on sale this week at Best Buy:

    $19.99 (all Blu):  The Hateful Eight"

    This also applies to the steelbook which was $24.99 last week. Take your receipt in & get a price adjustment.

  25. Just tried this. Couldn't find any coupons.

    +

    Wow,  looks like they revamped the categories and changed the site again in the last couple days.   I still can't log in with FF and have to use Chrome to even sign in.   Someone on another forum reported the opposite for them, but lots of folks having trouble logging in

    Look under Browse  by Points  1-400.   You'd figure it would be in printable or DVD/Movies, but at least they didn't remove it  just hid it really well.

    I can't find it in any other category and the Popular category appears to be gone completely

    Click redeem and it should give you a Magic Code that you can load to unlock the coupon then hope your computer doesn't spit the bit with the Jumpstart Program

  26. Someone in another thread was asking me about earlier WRUs in which significant films got released.

    I dug up the Roundup for 11-1-2005.

    A couple of interesting points.  I wasn't sure why I felt compelled to call this week's "The Force Awakens Edition"…but then I see that week was the "Revenge of the Sith Edition."  😀 

    Also, the 1953 War of the World was released that week..much like Journey to the Seventh Planet this week.

    And there was only DVD to be thinking about at that particular time!

    And, something I haven't thought about in a while…the weekly admonishments to beware that certain titles were being released in MAR versions…BEWARE!

    **BE EXTREMELY CAREFUL! Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith AND Millions (2004) AND The Perfect Man are available in both OAR and MAR versions…get the correct one(s) !

  27. "This also applies to the steelbook which was $24.99 last week. Take your receipt in & get a price adjustment.

    I've never actually done a price adjustment with Best Buy before…and I technically paid for the steel to BestBuy.com and marked it for in-store pickup.

    Does anyone know how a price adjustment would work in this case?  Thanks to anyone who can provide any insight here; I'd love to get some money back on this one.

  28. My copy of The Force Awakens is somewhere in Tennessee right now. I swear, UPS-Mail Innovations uses pack animals to move packages. Whenever I see that as the shipping method for one of my packages, I cringe.

    If you search for it on Amazon, it shows a 04-05-16 release date.

    I ended up picking up the third season of "Banshee" on Blu at Best Buy today for $29.99. I'm happy with that price for a season of television on Blu-Ray at release date.

  29. I've never actually done a price adjustment with Best Buy before…and I technically paid for the steel to BestBuy.com and marked it for in-store pickup.

    Does anyone know how a price adjustment would work in this case?  Thanks to anyone who can provide any insight here; I'd love to get some money back on this one.

    In the past, I've called the 888#, 888-BEST-BUY I think.  Not sure if they can adjust online orders in store.

  30. In the past, I've called the 888#, 888-BEST-BUY I think.  Not sure if they can adjust online orders in store.

    Can they — yes, but usually they tell you instore adjustments need to be taken to the store.   I've done it twice, but neither time was it easy.   Once was an obvious new CSR who

    was trying very hard to do the right thing, but she must have put me on hold 15 times probably to ask for help.

      The other time they tried to get me to go back to the store for a $2-3 adjustment, but finally convinced them that a 50 mile roundtrip to my closest store (true also)  wasn;t really worth it — played the pitiful old man card without really whining too much "Oh Ok,  that;s too bad, but I guess I'll probably just forget it for such a small amt,  but thank you for your time and I understand that's your policy.  Have a nice day!"    Just don't hang up and see it plays right which it did in this case.

  31. I think The Force Awakens will be my last time preordering online with Target.

    It finally arrived today, three days after release date, with the $5 Target gift card nowhere in sight. And the packaging for the Target exclusive — despite some cool photos inside — is a strong contender for the shoddiest Blu-Ray container in my entire collection. It's like the cardboard used for the folding CD album containers, only thinner and cheaper. The Disney Movies Anywhere code is just floating freely in the middle, because there's no flap for the inserts. I'm also not altogether confident that the discs won't get scratched sliding them in and out of the cardboard.

  32. I think The Force Awakens will be my last time preordering online with Target.

    It finally arrived today, three days after release date, with the $5 Target gift card nowhere in sight. And the packaging for the Target exclusive — despite some cool photos inside — is a strong contender for the shoddiest Blu-Ray container in my entire collection. It's like the cardboard used for the folding CD album containers, only thinner and cheaper. The Disney Movies Anywhere code is just floating freely in the middle, because there's no flap for the inserts. I'm also not altogether confident that the discs won't get scratched sliding them in and out of the cardboard.

    It's been my experience with Target pre-orders that the gift card comes later in a separate letter.

  33. I think The Force Awakens will be my last time preordering online with Target.

    It finally arrived today, three days after release date, with the $5 Target gift card nowhere in sight. And the packaging for the Target exclusive — despite some cool photos inside — is a strong contender for the shoddiest Blu-Ray container in my entire collection. It's like the cardboard used for the folding CD album containers, only thinner and cheaper. The Disney Movies Anywhere code is just floating freely in the middle, because there's no flap for the inserts. I'm also not altogether confident that the discs won't get scratched sliding them in and out of the cardboard.

    I'm so glad I canceled my Target preorder and went for the regular version from Amazon – the price difference, including shipping, was over $10 between the two versions and it doesn't sound like the Target version is worth that extra $10.  Thanks Adam for taking one for the team!

  34. I doubt anybody here will actually want to order it, but it bears mentioning that Amazon has finally bothered to stock The Force Awakens standalone DVD and is charging $16.99 for it at the time of this posting.

  35. I think The Force Awakens will be my last time preordering online with Target.

    It finally arrived today, three days after release date, with the $5 Target gift card nowhere in sight. And the packaging for the Target exclusive — despite some cool photos inside — is a strong contender for the shoddiest Blu-Ray container in my entire collection. It's like the cardboard used for the folding CD album containers, only thinner and cheaper. The Disney Movies Anywhere code is just floating freely in the middle, because there's no flap for the inserts. I'm also not altogether confident that the discs won't get scratched sliding them in and out of the cardboard.

    It's been my experience with Target pre-orders that the gift card comes later in a separate letter.

    That's the way it should be.  My GC almost always comed 2-3 days later.

    There seem to be several reports of people's GC on their orders not showing up in the  Order History or Details under Order Number despite being there in the initial order confirmation email.

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