It all depends on how you work the systemOriginally posted by n0qcu
Its Ok, However they do not always get new releases and its usually much cheaper to buy at walmart.
The selection at CH is extensive, especially since they added FOX and MGM titles a couple of months ago. They don't carry Criterion titles, anime or niche market releases but nearly all major studio releases are in the catalog.
How do you figure that ? A membership to CH results in DVDs that average costing less than $10 each. How does this cost $5 more than buying from a store (unless you know a store that sells them for $5 each, and if so where is it ) ?Originally posted by DBSOgre
I've noticed that if you can go out and buy it at a store, it's a lot better cuz Columbia House can cost you at least $5 more in the end. If you can't find what you want ANYWHERE, than CH is a good idea.
Selection and CH had NEVER been extensive. Yes, they have a decent selection but it's nowhere near what some other companies have.Originally posted by spanishannouncetable
The selection at CH is extensive
Hmmm, you can get 7 expensive titles you really want (costs over $200 MSRP, at least $150 in stores) for about $30 when you sign up, and are then obligated to buy [email protected] $19.95 each (and you can buy them as soon as you want) on titles that are $14 each in stores. You can then CANCEL your membership and immediately sign up and do it again, so there is not much of an "agreement" to "lock you into". That means, if you buy the exact same titles -Originally posted by DBSOgre
Those $10 or less DVD's lock you into agreements to buy DVD's that you can buy elsewhere for a good chunk less.