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Mission: Impossible 6 Movie Collection (Digital 4K UHD) EXPIRED

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VUDU has Mission: Impossible 6 Movie Collection Bundle (Digital 4K UHD) on sale for $39.99. Thanks neoleo

Note, be sure to select "UHD" under "Own" drop-down menu when purchasing.

Alternatively, Amazon.com has Mission: Impossible 6 Movie Collection (4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray + Digital HD) on sale for $68.66 - $15.33 when you 'clip' coupon on product page = $53.33. Shipping is free.

Includes:
  • Mission: Impossible
  • Mission: Impossible 2
  • Mission: Impossible 3
  • Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol
  • Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation
  • Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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I just got a email from Vudu which has movies bundle sale. This one caught my attention:

VUDU digital movie: Mission: Impossible - 6 Movie Collection (Bundle) - UHD $39.99 (original Price $109.94) - Other formats no discount.

Mission: Impossible
Mission: Impossible 2
Mission: Impossible 3
Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol
Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation
Mission: Impossible – Fallout

Also, Amazon has this 6 movies set with 4K UHD discs+ BluRay + digital for $68.66 with $15.33 coupon savings = $53.33 before tax.

https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...le-/965735
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Because VUDU is US only and when on travel I can use iTunes or Youtube to watch my movies. Another reason is that some apps work better on certain devices. At least those are my reasons.
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more future proofing really, who knows what the streaming world will look like in 5 years. With Google, Apple and Disney going in hard I could see in 5 years having a VR device tied to iTunes or Google and accessing Vudu being difficult. Walmart owns Vudu as well, who knows if they are happy with it or not. And don't forget ultraviolet, that service shut down earlier this year.

I think its fine, I actually like watching most of my UHD movies on Vudu, but I definitely wish all movies would be on MA so you can buy once and watch anywhere. Thats really nice.
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This price is about right for a deal... I would jump on it if I didn't own them already.
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Unfortunately the Mission Impossible movies are not on the movies anywhere list last I checked, so this would be vudu only basically.
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Unfortunately the Mission Impossible movies are not on the movies anywhere list last I checked, so this would be vudu only basically.
Curiosity question: I see a lot of people turn down a deal because of what you are saying here, but why? I can understand the benefits of being on MA, but Vudu is accessibly via phone, PC, TV...isn't that good enough? I mean its not MA but it's sure close to being accessible anywhere 👍😎
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Curiosity question: I see a lot of people turn down a deal because of what you are saying here, but why? I can understand the benefits of being on MA, but Vudu is accessibly via phone, PC, TV...isn't that good enough? I mean its not MA but it's sure close to being accessible anywhere 👍😎
Because VUDU is US only and when on travel I can use iTunes or Youtube to watch my movies. Another reason is that some apps work better on certain devices. At least those are my reasons.
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Curiosity question: I see a lot of people turn down a deal because of what you are saying here, but why? I can understand the benefits of being on MA, but Vudu is accessibly via phone, PC, TV...isn't that good enough? I mean its not MA but it's sure close to being accessible anywhere 👍😎
more future proofing really, who knows what the streaming world will look like in 5 years. With Google, Apple and Disney going in hard I could see in 5 years having a VR device tied to iTunes or Google and accessing Vudu being difficult. Walmart owns Vudu as well, who knows if they are happy with it or not. And don't forget ultraviolet, that service shut down earlier this year.

I think its fine, I actually like watching most of my UHD movies on Vudu, but I definitely wish all movies would be on MA so you can buy once and watch anywhere. Thats really nice.
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Curiosity question: I see a lot of people turn down a deal because of what you are saying here, but why? I can understand the benefits of being on MA, but Vudu is accessibly via phone, PC, TV...isn't that good enough? I mean its not MA but it's sure close to being accessible anywhere 👍😎
Movies Anywhere is more of a safeguard, should a streaming service go belly-up like Ultra Violet and another recent one... though the name alludes me. Since Mission Impossible is a Paramount film, it will stay put where you choose to purchase; Paramount is not part of Movies Anywhere.
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I agree with what the others said. I bought this set 2 months ago on Fandango without thinking to check MA (I was distracted by trying to get a coupon to work), whereas everything else I own is Vudu or MA. It's just simpler when everything's in one place.
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I own single one of the except for the latest... which is one of my favorite action films of all time. Damn
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Because VUDU is US only and when on travel I can use iTunes or Youtube to watch my movies. Another reason is that some apps work better on certain devices. At least those are my reasons.
Can't you download to view offline?
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Can't you download to view offline?
Yes, Vudu allows downloads via their app, which is supported on most phones and on PC's.
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Who still have DVD player?
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Who still have DVD player?
I do. At least if internet goes down I'll have something to watchWink. Got rid of VHS though, tapes took too much space.
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