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Best Buy has select 4K UHD Movies on sale listed below for $9.99 each. Shipping is free, otherwise you may save $1 per movie w/ the steps below when you select free store pickup (if stock permits). Thanks persian_mafia

$9.99 each:Steps to save an extra $1 w/ free store pickup:
  1. Add movie(s) to cart
  2. In the cart, select "shipping", then click checkout
  3. On following checkout page, switch to free store pickup
  4. An extra $1 off store pickup discount will be applied
  5. Total should be $8.99 each + Free Store Pickup
Alternatively, Amazon has a few 4K UHD Movies on sale listed below for $9.99 each. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25+.
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Best Buy has select 4K UHD movies on sale for $9.99 each + free shipping or $8.99 w/ store pickup discount.

Shipping is free or select store pickup if stock permits. Add the ones you'd like to purchase to cart, select shipping first, and as stock permits, it'll give you $1 off at checkout for picking up in store (if it doesn't work try the same method in mobile site, not app)Amazon matching $9.99 prices:
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This is the Document of Reference.
The 4K UHD Spreadsheet - Not only how codes do or don't redeem but also for direct purchases on sites for those with the money to buy digital directly from streaming sites etc.
https://docs.google.com/spreadshe...edit#gid=0

Once it is done loading right click on Column C's header and select A-Z or Z-A because it is Universal (that will group the studios together and you can run down the list of Universal Titles from this list). IF you do the legwork, you could share what you find as well. Universal is a mixed bag as far as what does and doesn't redeem UHD. Some movies don't have codes right now (so you will see FandangoNow come up a lot for example), others do though so you just need to check for the movies you want to buy.

It is made and maintained by the Amazing Ashley L. from the Google + Digital communities (plural) along with the information provided by many a brave and hearty soul that tests their codes out as guinea pigs and share the results and those that report back when things update or change for the better or ALL TOO EFFING OFTEN these days since MA - for the worse.
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This should be obvious but it really depends on the size of your screen. My 65" TV shows a huge difference between 1080 and 2560. However I can't really see much of a difference between 4K and 1080 on my cell phone.
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"Fake 4k"
4k is supposed to have 4 times as many pixels as 1080, with 2k being twice as many as 1080.

The upscaling from 2k to 4k is also done professionally, so it's better than what your tv or disc player can do.

Most people can't actually see all the extra pixels anyway, so what difference they do notice is coming from the initial increase of resolution (like 2k). We're reaching a point of greatly diminishing returns.

480 -> 720 = the biggest noticeable difference
720 -> 1080 = 2nd biggest noticeable difference
1080 -> 4k = 3rd most noticeable difference

You probably wouldn't know the difference between "true 4k" and "Fake 4k" if you watched them side by side. At those resolutions you would mostly notice brightness or color saturation (which is why they say HDR is the real benefit of 4k).
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Best Buy has select 4K UHD movies on sale for $9.99 each + free shipping or $8.99 w/ store pickup discount.

I Spot checked these so far (One Fast & Furious 6 and Furious 7, along with The Mummy (2017) are the same price as on Black Friday.
The rest I have checked so far are are not shown in the Blk Friday list. Haven't checked all of them though

Jason Bourne (4K UHD + Blu-ray + Digital HD) - $9.99 is not on the Blk Friday List
Warcraft (4K UHD + Blu-ray + Digital HD) - $9.99 is not on the Blk Friday List
Lone Survivor (4K UHD + Blu-ray + Digital HD) - $9.99 is not on the Blk Friday List
Lucy (4K UHD + Blu-ray + Digital HD) - $9.99 is not on the Blk Friday List
Oblivion (4K UHD + Blu-ray + Digital HD) - $9.99 is not on the Blk Friday List
King Kong Ultimate Edition (4K UHD + Blu-ray + Digital HD) (OLDER 2005 Peter Jackson KING KONG - Not Kong Skull Island - $9.99 is not on the Blk Friday List
Everest (4K UHD + Blu-ray + Digital HD) - $9.99 is not on the Blk Friday List
Snow White and the Huntsman (4K UHD + Blu-ray + Digital HD) - $9.99 is not on the Blk Friday List
**Fast & Furious 6 (4K UHD + Blu-ray + Digital HD) - $9.99 Same Price as Blk Friday**
**Furious 7 - $9.99 Same price as on Blk Friday** https://www.bestbuy.com/site/furi...Id=5843500
The Mummy (2000) - Brendan Fraser - $9.99 is not on the Blk Friday List https://www.bestbuy.com/site/the-...Id=5984538
Battleship - $9.99 is not on the Blk Friday List https://www.bestbuy.com/site/batt...Id=5712115

The rest are $12.99 or $14.99 or more:
& More [bestbuy.com] (rest $12.99 & up)

**The Mummy (2017) - Tom Cruise (4K UHD + Blu-ray + Digital HD) - $14.99 Same price as on Black Friday**
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Not a great selection of older flicks, but a few in there are solid.
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Are the digital copies also in 4k? Can I redeem on Vudu or movies anywhere??
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Are the digital copies also in 4k? Can I redeem on Vudu or movies anywhere??
This is the Document of Reference.
The 4K UHD Spreadsheet - Not only how codes do or don't redeem but also for direct purchases on sites for those with the money to buy digital directly from streaming sites etc.
https://docs.google.com/spreadshe...edit#gid=0

Once it is done loading right click on Column C's header and select A-Z or Z-A because it is Universal (that will group the studios together and you can run down the list of Universal Titles from this list). IF you do the legwork, you could share what you find as well. Universal is a mixed bag as far as what does and doesn't redeem UHD. Some movies don't have codes right now (so you will see FandangoNow come up a lot for example), others do though so you just need to check for the movies you want to buy.

It is made and maintained by the Amazing Ashley L. from the Google + Digital communities (plural) along with the information provided by many a brave and hearty soul that tests their codes out as guinea pigs and share the results and those that report back when things update or change for the better or ALL TOO EFFING OFTEN these days since MA - for the worse.
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TPB is another option
4k kodi works too right?
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which one has good 4k uhd resolution movie?
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I always get a chuckle from people who want to stream 4k from services and think they are getting the same quality as the physical disc. Why invest thousands of dollars in the TV and audio system then use a compressed version of the video/audio experience. Usually the audio is butchered. You can't stream 4k uncompressed via services, you would destroy their Network from the huge amount of bandwidth.
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So many fake 4ks on this list.
"Fake 4k"
4k is supposed to have 4 times as many pixels as 1080, with 2k being twice as many as 1080.

The upscaling from 2k to 4k is also done professionally, so it's better than what your tv or disc player can do.

Most people can't actually see all the extra pixels anyway, so what difference they do notice is coming from the initial increase of resolution (like 2k). We're reaching a point of greatly diminishing returns.

480 -> 720 = the biggest noticeable difference
720 -> 1080 = 2nd biggest noticeable difference
1080 -> 4k = 3rd most noticeable difference

You probably wouldn't know the difference between "true 4k" and "Fake 4k" if you watched them side by side. At those resolutions you would mostly notice brightness or color saturation (which is why they say HDR is the real benefit of 4k).
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"Fake 4k"
4k is supposed to have 4 times as many pixels as 1080, with 2k being twice as many as 1080.

The upscaling from 2k to 4k is also done professionally, so it's better than what your tv or disc player can do.

Most people can't actually see all the extra pixels anyway, so what difference they do notice is coming from the initial increase of resolution (like 2k). We're reaching a point of greatly diminishing returns.

480 -> 720 = the biggest noticeable difference
720 -> 1080 = 2nd biggest noticeable difference
1080 -> 4k = 3rd most noticeable difference

You probably wouldn't know the difference between "true 4k" and "Fake 4k" if you watched them side by side. At those resolutions you would mostly notice brightness or color saturation (which is why they say HDR is the real benefit of 4k).
This should be obvious but it really depends on the size of your screen. My 65" TV shows a huge difference between 1080 and 2560. However I can't really see much of a difference between 4K and 1080 on my cell phone.
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