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those prices don't seem great, but I gave you a thumbs-up for the effort, as your post is nicely formatted and thorough.
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those prices don't seem great, but I gave you a thumbs-up for the effort, as your post is nicely formatted and thorough.
Thank you. Others don't agree, but that is fine. Digital (especially Disney) afficionados know the score.

Disney's prices are always high. As I mentioned, I think this is the first time the digital copies have ever been on sale. Normal price is $18 - $20. Also, codes for these are not easy to come by. Perhaps they may rerelease them all with codes when POTC 5 is released on Blu-ray, but who knows.

Smart consumers will use credits or other promotions to get these. Credits are available at a discount (or free in the case of Microsoft Rewards and Amazon from slow shipping) for all the providers.
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[QUOTE=bru20;100278104]Thank you. Others don't agree, but that is fine. Digital (especially Disney) afficionados know the score.

Disney's prices are always high. As I mentioned, I think this is the first time the digital copies have ever been on sale. Normal price is $18 - $20. Also, codes for these are not easy to come by. Perhaps they may rerelease them all with codes when POTC 5 is released on Blu-ray, but who knows.

Smart consumers will use credits or other promotions to get these. Credits are available at a discount (or free in the case of Microsoft Rewards and Amazon from slow shipping) for all the providers.[/QUOTE

What they said ^^^^^ wootwoot
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I've stopped purchasing from iTunes until Apple announces their 4K strategy, but these are historically nice discounts.
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I've stopped purchasing from iTunes until Apple announces their 4K strategy, but these are historically nice discounts.
Do the other providers have 4K strategies? This is a serious question - I don't have a 4K TV yet but curious as to what you know.
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Do the other providers have 4K strategies? This is a serious question - I don't have a 4K TV yet but curious as to what you know.
Vudu already has 4K, and they have been the most consumer friendly of all of them thus far with their "Disc to Digital" program, allowing upgrades from DVDs to HDX quality. If a company is going to announce a way to upgrade from HD->UHD, it will likely be Vudu first. Walmart/Vudu has a lot of pull with the UV studios, which is basically all of the major ones besides Disney.
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Horrible prices. Paying that much for a low quality HD stream is insane when you can get a higher bit rate multi format physical copy for half the price.

Just buy a real copy and either download it elsewhere or rip it to your computer.
Giving in to Disney's back catalog price gouging should be avoided
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Thanks OP, and repped! Saw the Google price drop, but didn't know this sale was across providers. Was able to use some Amazon digital credits on Disney (DMA), which is always sweet!
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why is google $9.99. Doesn't show the format
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why is google $9.99. Doesn't show the format
That is for SD. Click on it to be taken to purchase page where you will see sale price for HD.
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Vudu already has 4K, and they have been the most consumer friendly of all of them thus far with their "Disc to Digital" program, allowing upgrades from DVDs to HDX quality. If a company is going to announce a way to upgrade from HD->UHD, it will likely be Vudu first. Walmart/Vudu has a lot of pull with the UV studios, which is basically all of the major ones besides Disney.
Thanks. For now I am just getting HD stuff - you think it would be work it to do the UHD for future "proof"?
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I purchased these in Blu Ray for $5, and already redeemed for DMR points.
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All these movies are $8-$10 at Best Buy on Blu Ray.
Not sure if it includes a digital copies but I assume it does. 3 of the 4 have the digital code logo on the box art.
Pretty sure only On Stranger Tides was released with a code. Others were included in the Treasure Chest collector's set. Due to rarity the codes go for almost as much as these digital movies cost. May change in the future, who knows.

https://www.amazon.com/Pirates-Ca...an+box+set

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Thanks. For now I am just getting HD stuff - you think it would be work it to do the UHD for future "proof"?
Until 8K comes out Wink .

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Horrible prices. Paying that much for a low quality HD stream is insane when you can get a higher bit rate multi format physical copy for half the price.

Just buy a real copy and either download it elsewhere or rip it to your computer.
Giving in to Disney's back catalog price gouging should be avoided
So $6.50? Where exactly? I see $7.99. Then you get to rip it, put it on your media server, etc. and stream it to your TV, tablet or phone. Sure, my nine year old is all about that instead of just viewing it on his tablet. Many prefer the convenience of digital. But obviously I won't convince you. To each their own.
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