9 Movie X-Men Collection Available from iTunes for $49.99

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iTunes X-Men Movie Collection Deal

Hankering for some gritty superhero action for the tail-end of September? iTunes is running a deal on an X-Men movie collection for $49.99 that just might satisfy. Get nine movies in total from this collection, seven of which are in 4K. Then use Movies Anywhere to… well… watch them anywhere.

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The following movies are included in the collection:

  • “X-Men” (4K)
  • “X2: X-Men United” (4K)
  • “X-Men: The Last Stand” (4K)
  • “X-Men: First Class” (4K)
  • “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” (HD)
  • “The Wolverine” (HD)
  • “X-Men: Days of Future Past” (4K)
  • “X-Men Apocalypse” (4K)
  • “Logan” (4K)

Since a 4K hard-copy of “Logan” all by its lonesome will cost you $19.99 from Amazon, getting “Logan” plus eight more of the X-Men movies for 50 bucks is a decent deal. Furthermore, Movies Anywhere is an app that allows you to import movies from places like iTunes, Amazon, and Vudu, allowing you to enjoy your X-Men adventures at your convenience when and where you want.

Not a fan of X-Men? Never fear. The Slickdeals Apple iTunes Store Page likely has plenty of deals more your speed.

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Taryn Ziegler

Taryn Ziegler is a localization writer working in the greater Seattle area. She graduated from the University of Washington Bothell and harbors a deep love for all things related to literature and indie gaming. She is happily married and owns altogether too many pets for her own good.

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