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James & The Giant Peach Special Edition (Blu-ray + DVD) EXPIRED

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Best Buy has select Family Film Blu-ray + DVD Combo Packs on sale for $6.99 each. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Otherwise, shipping is free on $35+ orders. Thanks persian_mafia
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Available title: Amazon also has select Family Film Blu-ray + DVD Combo Packs on sale for $6.99 each. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders.
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No digital code Frown
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Even without digital codes, James and the Giant Peach is probably worth getting (I already own it) but the dvd is just going to sit there, whereas a digital copy might actually get used
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Even without digital codes, James and the Giant Peach is probably worth getting (I already own it) but the dvd is just going to sit there, whereas a digital copy might actually get used
Considering the blu-ray quality isn't much better than DVD, and Blu-ray players play DVDs...there's a chance it could be used Smilie Either way, blu-ray digital converters solve the problem, albeit with a little work.
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Any idea how long this will be on sale? I'm wanting to "preview" real steel before purchase.
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Any idea how long this will be on sale? I'm wanting to "preview" real steel before purchase.
This was in their weekly sale that started today.
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not a bad price!

20 cents cheaper than joining the disney movie club (averaged) Big Grin
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Considering the blu-ray quality isn't much better than DVD, and Blu-ray players play DVDs...there's a chance it could be used Smilie Either way, blu-ray digital converters solve the problem, albeit with a little work.
Blu-ray quality isn't much better than DVD?
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