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Just in case anyone needed a DVD player, you can get a new one for $9.00. Saw this in the clearance aisle so YMMV.

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I remember buying one of the first basic DVD players for $500. Wasn't even a "progressive video" version. There were only handful of titles available. Circuit City was also pushing their evil Divx dvd format! My, how times have changed. They're borderline worthless these days. Lol.
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I thumbed this up to counteract the moron who thumbed it down

Plenty of tv, movies and cartoons that were only released on dvd, and a player for less than Goodwill charges for a peanut butter filled, remoteless player? Awesome
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As I was hunting a soundbar deal, a Walmart employee showed me these dvd players and was trying to sell me one of them...They had several at $9...I passed...one store near me is down to $5 with 18 in stock...back in the day, this would have been an awesome deal...thanks anyway OP
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My dvd player and VHS player still look brand new. Feel bad throwing them away. Even my Bluray player is still brand new.
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If I remembered correctly, the PS2 had a DVD player built in it, where it became a hot buy for a long time due to being the most affordable to get versus the standalone no?
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digital purchases and tvs are to blame. Another one bites the dust.
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Highly suggest to pass on this and see if you can get the bluray for $13 that's on clearance as well. Will be actually useful and plays DVDs as well

https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...u=44465825
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any deals on Laser Disc player ?
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LOL I've been seeing Blu-ray players at flea markets and garage sales now for less than this, RIP DVD.
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Pretty sure DVDs still outsell blurays. Not that I'm interested, but posting this deal is not as insane as it might seem to the slickdealer who's upset at the specs on Microsoft's new console.
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Highly suggest to pass on this and see if you can get the bluray for $13 that's in clearance as well. Will be actually useful and plays DVDs as well

https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...u=44465825
Sounds like a plan. I offered to loan a movie we'd been talking about to a co-worker last week and he said he had no disc player. I had no good words to say so I just walked away.
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I remember buying one of the first basic DVD players for $500. Wasn't even a "progressive video" version. There were only handful of titles available. Circuit City was also pushing their evil Divx dvd format! My, how times have changed. They're borderline worthless these days. Lol.
That (along with The Wiz) are names of stores that I have not heard of in a long long while
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I thumbed this down to counter your up thumb.

I challenge you to find one single movie that is "DVD only." With the internet, EVERYTHING is available.

The more we purchase this old technology, the more they will keep selling it.

This is stunting technological progress
Unfortunately there are quite a few (example - Steven Soderbergh's Kafka). And as I'm sure you know, streaming is really starting to balkanize the options this year with Disney+, and the desire is to make our credit card statements look like a cable TV channel list. Disc is the only way to fight this. Buying, borrowing, and renting from Netflix' "good" side which carries 94,000 titles instead of <4,000. And of course, using discs doesn't mean you can't stream any time you like too. It's just choices.
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