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Harry Potter Complete Collection Digital HD - $55.99 on Vudu, $59.99 on iTunes

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Last Edited by mlacey3 July 26, 2016 at 12:07 PM
Vudu has the Harry Potter Complete Collection (8 films) in HD for $55.99. Not 100% sure about regular pricing but I believe it is typically at least $40 more expensive for HD:
http://www.vudu.com/movies/conten...ion-Bundle

They also have individual titles on sale for $7.96 each if you don't need all of them.

iTunes has the collection for $59.99 (regular price $119.92, according to iTunes):
https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie...d658723564.

iTunes doesn't have original titles on sale.

For reference, the multi-format version on Amazon (Bluray + Digital HD) is currently $119.99.

There was a similar deal at the end of last year:
http://slickdeals.net/e/8393899-harry-potter-complete-collection-digital-hd-49-99-on-itunes-59-99-on-vudu
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If you d2d on Vudu it'll be a buck a movie for 10+ conversions. All the HP films are on there. Would just need to find 2 others.
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If you d2d on Vudu it'll be a buck a movie for 10+ conversions. All the HP films are on there. Would just need to find 2 others.
For anyone who didn't know what that is (like me), here is a page with info. It applies to anyone with the movies in Bluray but not digital: http://www.vudu.com/in_home_disc_to_digital.html

Basically, you can get a digital copy of your Blurays (whichever movies Vudu allows,) for $2 on a regular basis, but they have a current promotion where you can convert 10+ blurays to digital for 50% off, or $1 each.
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For anyone who didn't know what that is (like me), here is a page with info. It applies to anyone with the movies in Bluray but not digital: http://www.vudu.com/in_home_disc_to_digital.html

Basically, you can get a digital copy of your Blurays (whichever movies Vudu allows,) for $2 on a regular basis, but they have a current promotion where you can convert 10+ blurays to digital for 50% off, or $1 each.
The 50% promotion has been going on since they started it in 2013, so it's probably sticking around for awhile.

Search for Free2D on google plus and you can get all the UV copies of the Harry Potter movies for about $1 each whether you have the discs or not along with 5800 other movies.
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The 50% promotion has been going on since they started it in 2013, so it's probably sticking around for awhile.

Search for Free2D on google plus and you can get all the UV copies of the Harry Potter movies for about $1 each whether you have the discs or not along with 5800 other movies.

Ash24U is right! I added all 8 Harry Potter movies, plus 2 more movies to get that 50% discount using the Free2D software. 10 movies in HD for only $10 plus tax!
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Quote from ash24U View Post :
The 50% promotion has been going on since they started it in 2013, so it's probably sticking around for awhile.

Search for Free2D on google plus and you can get all the UV copies of the Harry Potter movies for about $1 each whether you have the discs or not along with 5800 other movies.
Can you explain free2d. I looked on my phone browser and couldn't grasp the concept.
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Can you explain free2d. I looked on my phone browser and couldn't grasp the concept.
Sure. Lots of people have contributed adding "fingerprints" from their discs into a program. With the program you can load any of the 5800 titles into vudutogo. Then you pay vudu $1 for most titles for the UV license and it is added to your vudu account and UV library. There's a manual linked in the community that will give you more info as well.
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Quote from Husker99 View Post :
Can you explain free2d. I looked on my phone browser and couldn't grasp the concept.
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Sure. Lots of people have contributed adding "fingerprints" from their discs into a program. With the program you can load any of the 5800 titles into vudutogo. Then you pay vudu $1 for most titles for the UV license and it is added to your vudu account and UV library. There's a manual linked in the community that will give you more info as well.
i.e. it's a bootleg site either flat out or skirting the outside of shady
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i.e. it's a bootleg site either flat out or skirting the outside of shady
It's not a bootleg site. VUDU is completely aware of the program. There are even vudu employees in the community. Please educate yourself before you make accusations.
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It's not a bootleg site. VUDU is completely aware of the program. There are even vudu employees in the community. Please educate yourself before you make accusations.

I have and it is. Same with D2D from Library or Redbox or next door neighbors discs or buying used discs/converting/selling used disc while keeping digital. All are at best grey areas if not flat out against the Vudu T&C
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It's not a bootleg site. VUDU is completely aware of the program. There are even vudu employees in the community. Please educate yourself before you make accusations.
You may want to educate yourself.
Just because Vudu is aware, does not make it not bootleg.

It clearly violates the terms of service for D2D. All D2D titles are at the whim of the studios, and it is certain the studios have not authorized it.
If it wasn't bootleg and was authorized, it would be a lot simpler to just sell all the movies for a $1 each and do away with D2D.

With that in mind, it may not be around forever, so use it while you can if you are so inclined.
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