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Studio Ghibli blu-rays starting at $15 on Amazon - Ponyo, Kiki's Delivery Service, Princess Mononoke & more

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Last Edited by jersharocks August 9, 2016 at 09:51 AM
Amazon has a few Studio Ghibli blu-rays on sale

Ponyo [amazon.com] $14.99 - no longer available
Kiki's Delivery Service [amazon.com] $14.79 - no longer available
Princess Mononoke [amazon.com] $14.99 - temporarily out of stock
The Wind Rises [amazon.com] $14.99 - temporarily out of stock
The Grave of the Fireflies [amazon.com] $17.05 - Prime only
From up on Poppy Hill [amazon.com] $16.99 - now $22.19
The Secret World of Arrietty [amazon.com] $17.29 - now $14.99
The Tale of The Princess Kaguya [amazon.com] $16.99 - now $19.99
My Neighbor Totoro [amazon.com] $18.74 - now $14.99
Whisper of the Heart [amazon.com] $17.29
Nausica? of the Valley of the Wind [amazon.com] $17.99
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Last Edited by jersharocks July 11, 2016 at 11:49 AM
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Some of these titles are available at Costco for $12 currently as well, just so members know.
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No discount on Porco Rosso Frown
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I looove Kiki's Delivery Service, one of the best movies I've ever seen. I did not watch all of them, but those I have watched are very good movies, and worth watching. Highly recommended.

They do not have the Hollywood pace, but they are not boring, or slow in any way.
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Thinking if Best Buy will price match and stack the DMR $5 coupon. Only 1 way to find out
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No discount on Porco Rosso Frown
This seems to be one of the habitually never-discounted Ghibli films. Frown
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How come Spirited Away is never on sale?
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in for monokoe
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Thanks for the help and updating OP availability jersharocks Smilie Thumbup
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I recommend The Wind Rises and Ponyo. But keep in mind, your local library either has these, or can transfer them in to view.

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This seems to be one of the habitually never-discounted Ghibli films. Frown
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How come Spirited Away is never on sale?

These are two amazing films, art in motion. Even at MSRP they are worth every penny.
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Last edited by luckyyear2009 July 11, 2016 at 01:12 PM
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Some of these titles are available at Costco for $12 currently as well, just so members know.
$12.99 at mine. Got Wind Rises there.
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$12.99 at mine. Got Wind Rises there.
Sorry, 12.99, you're right. I picked up one of each last week and though it was $12.
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I recommend The Wind Rises and Ponyo. But keep in mind, your local library either has these, or can transfer them in to view.
These are two amazing films, art in motion. Even at MSRP they are worth every penny.
Oh no, I 100% agree. I just know from experience (hunting for each blu ray, which ended up being cheaper than the blu ray sets after all my work) that some of the Ghibli titles never go below a certain price point. Smilie
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I think I got all the Disney Ghiblis for $8 or 9 each through Disney Movie Club -- maybe 16 total now.


The few Gkids and Universal often drop much further in general
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