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E.T. DVD - Best price $14.9x

Discussion in 'The Movies' started by Mark Holtz, Oct 22, 2002.

  1. Mark Holtz

    Mark Holtz Day Sleeper DBSTalk Club

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    Okay, here's what I know:

    * The movie is being released in three versions: Standard P&S, Standard Widescreen, and Giftset Widescreen.
    * All three versions include both the 1982 and the 2002 versions of the film.
    * K-mart has it for $14.99, but Pan and Scan only.
    * Rumor has it Wal-Mart is selling it for $14.97.
    * Best Buy will price-match K-mart.
    * The case for the standard editions sucks.
     
  2. CoriBright

    CoriBright Legend/Supporter DBSTalk Gold Club

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    Wal-Mart's website has it listed for $19.96 (widescreen, naturally) which is less than Amazon which has it for $22.49.

    Cheapest I found was www.playcentric.com for $17.77

    Best Buy was $19.99 - matched at Circuit City. All widescreen editions.

    Anyone else found widescreen cheaper?
     
  3. Unthinkable

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    Target had the widescreen version for $16.99 today. Picked this up at the Pheasant Lane Mall in Nashua, NH where there is no sales tax. Also noticed that Best Buy was selling the new Foo Fighters CD for $11.99, Circuit City had it for a buck less at $10.99 and Newbury Comics had it for a buck less then CC at: $9.99

    *Circuit City is selling Unreal Tournament 2003 for the PC this week at $37.99*
     
  4. lee635

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    Half.com has it for $13.48 with shipping.
     
  5. lee635

    lee635 Hall Of Fame

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    Yeah Zac, we're limited to only Wal-Mart and BiMart here. That's why I always explore the online outlets. It seems that half.com beats the "brick and mortar" stores about 9 out of 10 times. And that's even after you add in shipping costs.

    I use the www.addall.com price comparison engine to check for the best price on books and movies. They search a couple dozen online outlets for the best price including shipping.
     

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