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emails being sent for this promotion, but like all their promos it shouldn't be necessary to receive it to be eligible.

https://www.watchvudu.com/d2doffer/

Convert 10 titles via D2D on VUDU and you will receive a $5 credit.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Must convert a total of ten (10) Blu-ray or DVD discs to any digital quality between 12:00am PT on 1/1/20 and 11:59pm PT on 1/31/20 to be eligible for the $5 credit. Credit will be issued by email on or around 2/6/20. Credits must be used within 30 days of redemption. Disc to Digital conversions before or after the promotion dates are not eligible for this promotion. Limit 1 per customer. This offer is non-transferable. Credit is ineligible for use on Disc + Digital or Mix & Match purchases. Vudu-enabled device and account required for digital viewing. Movies are only available in the US and customers must be 18 years of age or older to open a Vudu account.

https://www.vudu.com/content/in_h...gital.html

Titles can be converted for $2 or $5 for either SD or HD quality depending on disc source.

Here is an existing SD thread about D2D. If not familiar with the program starting here will be a good idea.
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Unfortunately D2D never worked for my home address. Tried contacting their customer service but never heard back from them....
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MD2D requires your phone's GPS be turned on so they can ensure you're at your home address. You also sound like the kid who volunteered to take names for the teacher of classmates who talked while she was out of the room. Blink
There are still ways to exploit this, but honestly it's probably going to be such a small % of Vudu's total transactions.
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There are still ways to exploit this, but honestly it's probably going to be such a small % of Vudu's total transactions.
Exploit it? How? By somehow finding bar codes online that could be scanned with your phone while at home giving the impression that you own what you're converting? That seems far-fetched and preposterous and I don't need to put a slash-S sarcasm tag on this, do I?
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Lor of the Rings extended edition boxes don't have bar codes on them
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Anyone else notice dvdupc site is no more?
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Yea need to google it and comes.up different...... wondering if there's a different site
we can use though to find out the latest d2d list
DVDUPC worked fine for me, but I found a more reliable way is to check the Vudu site to make sure of eligibility and then use Brickseek to find the movie in the Walmart database and you can view the barcode. Those work much better. With that said, I only do that for movies I own. I had some I own and needed the UPC for and used that. Worked like a charm. It was much easier than trying to get the barcodes from other websites to work.
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Go to Walmart, take photos of the UPCs you want. Go home, print out the UPCs and then scan at home https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
IF you own the movies and need barcodes, it's easier just to look them up on Brickseek, use the Walmart SKU finder, then click "view barcode".
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Amazing the amount of time people are willing to waste for $5
Some people use D2D regularly to build their digital library for low cost since they allow 100 conversions via mobile a year. Vudu is offering a $5 credit for what some will do anyway. Not a waste of time for them.
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Unfortunately I don't think this is true. Vudu is a provider. You paid them for the rights to stream the movies. MA is only a broker. If Vudu goes away, another provider like google or itunes would have to agree to take over your rights to the movies to maintain access through MA.

Someone will take over Vudu even if no one buys it. Something will be worked out with people's libraries.

I know this because if people lost their Vudu libraries, digital movies would be killed instantly. Yeah, Fandango, MA and Itunes would still be there, but no one would have any trust in it anymore, and Hollywood can't have that.

It's why Flixster, Sony movies and Ultraviolet among others, were absorbed by the others.

Don't let anyone fool you, Hollywood claimed that movies cost $15-20 due to printing, warehousing, shipping, cases etc. Funny how with digital, those costs never came down for new movies. This is a cash cow for them. They barely got people to Blu ray, they're getting hardly anyone to the other higher quality players. Some people are reporting that Walmart is expanding theri DVD section again and shrinking the Blu Ray part.

And Digital is easy for kids and seniors, which saves people like us a headache, so we readily buy movies quicker than if we have to buy a disc, go to grandma's and try to remind her how to set the input and insert the disc.
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Been awhile since they've offered any sort of promo.
Wish they also offer 4K. I have a few that did not come with Digital Codes. And we know there are some 4K digital releases that are not on disc, but you could convert a BD to it, no?
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also be aware: if you convert movies that are MA tagged, regardless of what happens with vudu. you'll have those titles as long as MA exists.
They better not. That's why I buy some shows. Like The Office. Once it goes off NF I am not paying for another service.
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did it work that way when flixster usa died? NO.
did it work that way when cinemanow died? NO
did it work that way when targetticket died? NO
did it work that way when MGO went away? NO
did it work that way when UV went away? NO.

but maybe you are right..
UV transferred over though..
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It's not a Vudu post without someone running in with their hair on fire shrieking that Walmart's gonna sell Vudu and everyone's going to lose their movies to spread FUD. That story is two months old now. Let it go.
Actually, it's the same story since 2016 I believe, just with a few different words.
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Too bad box sets' UPCs aren't recognized/eligible. Also, couple of my Blu Rays were seemingly incorrectly recognized as DVDs (showed $5 for HDX instead of $2).
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Go to Walmart, take photos of the UPCs you want. Go home, print out the UPCs and then scan at home Smilie
Or go to barcodelookup.com. Nothing really difficult about that.
Picked up 10 older movies that I didn't have. Not hard to do if googlesheets and go through the movies listed. Just pay attention to the eligible UPC codes.

Thanks OP and repped

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UV transferred over though..
all of them did. that was the point.
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