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Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures VUDU Digital Movie HDX for $28.99 - 52% off

The only other way to get the Vudu copies is through purchasing the Blurays separately from Walmart and getting the Instawatch. Blurays only come with the iTunes digital copies inside of the case, so if you want them in your Vudu library, then this is the cheapest way I've seen so far besides holding out and hoping for another Black Friday sale.

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Aren't they a part of the disc to digital program?
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Aren't they a part of the disc to digital program?
No, I don't believe these are offered in ultraviolet. Even through vudu there's no UV marking. So you'd not be able to share them to linked accounts either.
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it's not the complete series as another one is in the making.
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Aren't they a part of the disc to digital program?
Been there tried that. They are not. I have wanted these on Vudu for a while, but they have been too expensive. This is a much better deal than normal, but still a little much. I may go ahead and pull the trigger though. Thanks OP!
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No, I don't believe these are offered in ultraviolet. Even through vudu there's no UV marking. So you'd not be able to share them to linked accounts either.
Since my VUDU library is more for my family members than me, I have no use for this.

I have faith in Walmart since it owns VUDU. Most/all discs sold in Walmart stores will get a VUDU sticker sooner or later.Wink
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I saw this while looking through Vudu for stuff to buy with my T-Mobile promo codes. I have managed to rack up $16 in Vudu Credits on one account through T-Mobile codes from last Tuesday through today. I may decide to spring for this!

Edit: To be fair, 52% off is somewhat disingenuous on Vudu's part. This bundle seems to hit $30 throughout the year -- certainly around Black Friday, if at no other time.
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Edit: To be fair, 52% off is somewhat disingenuous on Vudu's part. This bundle seems to hit $30 throughout the year -- certainly around Black Friday, if at no other time.
Not quite sure what you are getting at, unless you are saying it's not 52% off the regular bundle price.

This sale does not come around too often, maybe twice a year at most.
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it's not the complete series as another one is in the making.
No, it is the complete Movie series that exists now. The new one won't start filming until 2018.
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Not quite sure what you are getting at, unless you are saying it's not 52% off the regular bundle price.

This sale does not come around too often, maybe twice a year at most.
Yeah, maybe I was being too strict. I think I was trying to articulate that I've seen the Blu-ray set on sale for the frequently for much less than the list of $55.75 (which is $28.99 / 0.52). For example, Amazon has the discs for $36.97 currently. According to the Camels, the average price is $39.44, and it's been less than that (on average) for the last six months. I'm not saying this is a bad deal, but it's really only 27% off of Amazon's average price, so that's really how one should view it (IMHO).
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if i leave out the kingdom of the crystal skull can i get a bigger discount? lol.
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Yeah, maybe I was being too strict. I think I was trying to articulate that I've seen the Blu-ray set on sale for the frequently for much less than the list of $55.75 (which is $28.99 / 0.52). For example, Amazon has the discs for $36.97 currently. According to the Camels, the average price is $39.44, and it's been less than that (on average) for the last six months. I'm not saying this is a bad deal, but it's really only 27% off of Amazon's average price, so that's really how one should view it (IMHO).
Totally agree. I bought this set on physical BR on Black Friday of 2014 for $29.99 off Amazon...also bought both Star Wars BR sets (prequels and originals) for $34.99 at Best Buy that same day. Oh, and not to mention I sold the DVD portions of the SW sets for $59.99 on eBay the day after. So I pretty much got the BR discs and packaging at the cost of $10 for all six films (excluding the cost of tax and gas because, who gives a f---...)

I only own a handful of physical BR discs/sets anymore, but it's mostly those that VUDU refuses to ever have a REALLY decent sale on. The sets I have kept on physical are Band of Brothers, The Pacific, Indiana Jones Collection, all the Star Wars films (except Force Awakens), the Star Wars Family Guy trilogy, and a few Marvel films I decided I wanted on BR for the 3D option as well. Even had to buy the physical disc of Pearl Harbor (Affleck) because at the time, VUDU either didn't have the HDX copy for sale, or was charging like $17.99 when I bought the disc for $6.99...

I'd love to finally consolidate my physical collection to my ever growing VUDU account...but when they still charge absurd amounts for "bundle deals", I'll gladly stick with my physical discs. For instance, the 5 film Mission Impossible bundle is on sale right now for $36.99(?...think that was the price)..........I paid a guy on BR forum's website $12 the DAY Rogue Nation was released for codes for all 5 films in 1080p quality...talk about price difference.

If SW ever hit $49.99 for the digital collection, I'd bite, as I could sell my BRs and make up for that amount. IJ set at $19.99? Sure! Matrix trilogy at $9.99? I'm down! Hell, at least offer me We Were Soldiers in HDX...I'd even buy that at regular price of $13.99, but that movie has only been available in SD quality since I signed up for VUDU...for f---s sake!

Sadly, they still try to nickel and dime you for "convenience"....

At this point, the only movies I ever buy are $2-3 HDX UV copies off Bluray forum's site from trusted users, or the $4.99 weekly deals VUDU puts out.
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I saw this while looking through Vudu for stuff to buy with my T-Mobile promo codes. I have managed to rack up $16 in Vudu Credits on one account through T-Mobile codes from last Tuesday through today. I may decide to spring for this!

Edit: To be fair, 52% off is somewhat disingenuous on Vudu's part. This bundle seems to hit $30 throughout the year -- certainly around Black Friday, if at no other time.
How did you apply more than one vudu code per account?
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How did you apply more than one vudu code per account?
First, T-Mobile gives you the option of giving codes through the smartphone app or its web page, which generates a code that is sent to you over SMS:
http://live.t-mobile.com/7gsu8pey3x#1

So, if you do both, you can get two sets of codes. For Vudu codes, they have different prefixes (first four characters) that can be applied to the same account (for a total of $11 in credit). The promotional credit expires 6 days later, so you can't stack them from different weeks unless you wait until Wednesday to apply your Vudu code from Tuesday; that should enable you to accumulate up to four codes in a single purchase. Also, last week T-Mobile re-issued codes on Wednesday due to server performance snafus, so that allowed for at least one additional code.

(I didn't realize I could get double codes until yesterday, so I missed out on one last week.)
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Totally agree. I bought this set on physical BR on Black Friday of 2014 for $29.99 off Amazon...also bought both Star Wars BR sets (prequels and originals) for $34.99 at Best Buy that same day. Oh, and not to mention I sold the DVD portions of the SW sets for $59.99 on eBay the day after. So I pretty much got the BR discs and packaging at the cost of $10 for all six films (excluding the cost of tax and gas because, who gives a f---...)

I only own a handful of physical BR discs/sets anymore, but it's mostly those that VUDU refuses to ever have a REALLY decent sale on. The sets I have kept on physical are Band of Brothers, The Pacific, Indiana Jones Collection, all the Star Wars films (except Force Awakens), the Star Wars Family Guy trilogy, and a few Marvel films I decided I wanted on BR for the 3D option as well. Even had to buy the physical disc of Pearl Harbor (Affleck) because at the time, VUDU either didn't have the HDX copy for sale, or was charging like $17.99 when I bought the disc for $6.99...

I'd love to finally consolidate my physical collection to my ever growing VUDU account...but when they still charge absurd amounts for "bundle deals", I'll gladly stick with my physical discs. For instance, the 5 film Mission Impossible bundle is on sale right now for $36.99(?...think that was the price)..........I paid a guy on BR forum's website $12 the DAY Rogue Nation was released for codes for all 5 films in 1080p quality...talk about price difference.

If SW ever hit $49.99 for the digital collection, I'd bite, as I could sell my BRs and make up for that amount. IJ set at $19.99? Sure! Matrix trilogy at $9.99? I'm down! Hell, at least offer me We Were Soldiers in HDX...I'd even buy that at regular price of $13.99, but that movie has only been available in SD quality since I signed up for VUDU...for f---s sake!

Sadly, they still try to nickel and dime you for "convenience"....

At this point, the only movies I ever buy are $2-3 HDX UV copies off Bluray forum's site from trusted users, or the $4.99 weekly deals VUDU puts out.
I honestly don't know why Vudu bothers selling SD copies ... or even 720p for that matter! I can't even recall the last time I saw a physical 720p Blu-ray.

Personally, things like Microsoft's shutting down the X-Box Fitness app so that purchasers of digital content are hung out to dry -- relevant article [arstechnica.com] -- make me wary of paying more than a couple bucks for digital content (particularly movies) without physical media. Perhaps creating a starter library from all of these Vudu codes will change my mind. At least UV is an industry standard (for now).
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