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Christopher Gould said:
I understand the concept of the two. Rental discs having no extras just the movie, but I have just watched cowboys and aliens from netflix and this universal bluray has everything listed in the menus extended edition, extras, languages etc. But when you click on them it tells you this is a rental and to go buy the disc to see them. I don't like this tease. Can't afford to buy every movie to see the extras.
Give it a few months. After their initial release prices drop on DVDs making them affordable.
 

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Earl Bonovich said:
I argue the other away around...
Typically release week, is the cheapest they are for several months...
I beg to differ. Just go to a Sam's Club, Walmart, or Barnes & Noble and see what the release price is for a DVD/BluRay. Then wait a couple of months. Examples: When "True Grit" was released it went for $18.95. Now it's selling for $12.00. "Ben Hur" 50th Anniversary Package was selling for $42.95 when released. I waited and got it for $24.95. Hell, I've even seen some new releases go for less then $10.00 after their initial release.
 
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