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Appreciate if anyone has 1917 digital code to give if they don't need the digital copy. Please PM me.
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I bought Black Hawk Down and Top Gun yesterday but I don't need the 4K digital code.

Please PM if you are interested.
All sold. Thanks!
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For those who don' t know the outer "cardboard sleeves" on some titles are known as "slipcovers". Not all films when released on Blu-ray or 4K Blu-ray come with one either, but when they do, it's generally done for the first pressing of the film to Blu-ray and/or 4K Blu-ray. After that pressing is considered "sold out" by the studio, more of the films are then made on both formats and then the studios don't produce the slipcovers anymore. There is a large amount of collector's for these slipcovers too.

Collectors will tell you that it's always best to buy a film as soon as it is released to increase your chance of getting a slipcover in mint condition, after awhile they can get damaged on the shelf by multiple people picking up a film, putting it back, etc. During this holiday season with some really nice titles being reduced in price in both 4K and standard Blu-ray and using Best Buy as an example, don't just check on the 4K shelf if you are looking for a specific film in 4K but also check the standard Blu-ray racks and the cardboard displays that are placed in the media area, close to the registers, and in the television area. Stores are restocking the movies throughout the next several weeks I was told so if you don't find that slipcover you want, check back from time to time if you can.

Yes, it's just a piece of cardboard sleeve that fits over a movie, but surprisingly that is a big deal to some movie fans. I actually think the ones for the Star Wars 4K titles, 1917 4K, Joker 4K, The Goonies 4K and a few others all look quite nice.
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For those who don' t know the outer "cardboard sleeves" on some titles are known as "slipcovers". Not all films when released on Blu-ray or 4K Blu-ray come with one either, but when they do, it's generally done for the first pressing of the film to Blu-ray and/or 4K Blu-ray. After that pressing is considered "sold out" by the studio, more of the films are then made on both formats and then the studios don't produce the slipcovers anymore. There is a large amount of collector's for these slipcovers too.

Collectors will tell you that it's always best to buy a film as soon as it is released to increase your chance of getting a slipcover in mint condition, after awhile they can get damaged on the shelf by multiple people picking up a film, putting it back, etc. During this holiday season with some really nice titles being reduced in price in both 4K and standard Blu-ray and using Best Buy as an example, don't just check on the 4K shelf if you are looking for a specific film in 4K but also check the standard Blu-ray racks and the cardboard displays that are placed in the media area, close to the registers, and in the television area. Stores are restocking the movies throughout the next several weeks I was told so if you don't find that slipcover you want, check back from time to time if you can.

Yes, it's just a piece of cardboard sleeve that fits over a movie, but surprisingly that is a big deal to some movie fans. I actually think the ones for the Star Wars 4K titles, 1917 4K, Joker 4K, The Goonies 4K and a few others all look quite nice.
Thanks for the info. I had ordered 1917 for in-store pickup from 2 different Best Buys trying to find now its a slipcover but both came without. I looked at the 4K movie section before picking up the second purchase to see if they had one I could exchange for but they were sold out in that area, I will now check multiple areas when I go return one of the discs.

I know it's just a slipcover but I kind of like them on there better than just the case. I don't even display my movies, just a quirk of mine but not the end of the world for me if I can't find a slipcover.
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Hmm, wish they had the original Fantastic Beasts available.
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For those who don' t know the outer "cardboard sleeves" on some titles are known as "slipcovers". Not all films when released on Blu-ray or 4K Blu-ray come with one either, but when they do, it's generally done for the first pressing of the film to Blu-ray and/or 4K Blu-ray. After that pressing is considered "sold out" by the studio, more of the films are then made on both formats and then the studios don't produce the slipcovers anymore. There is a large amount of collector's for these slipcovers too.

Collectors will tell you that it's always best to buy a film as soon as it is released to increase your chance of getting a slipcover in mint condition, after awhile they can get damaged on the shelf by multiple people picking up a film, putting it back, etc. During this holiday season with some really nice titles being reduced in price in both 4K and standard Blu-ray and using Best Buy as an example, don't just check on the 4K shelf if you are looking for a specific film in 4K but also check the standard Blu-ray racks and the cardboard displays that are placed in the media area, close to the registers, and in the television area. Stores are restocking the movies throughout the next several weeks I was told so if you don't find that slipcover you want, check back from time to time if you can.

Yes, it's just a piece of cardboard sleeve that fits over a movie, but surprisingly that is a big deal to some movie fans. I actually think the ones for the Star Wars 4K titles, 1917 4K, Joker 4K, The Goonies 4K and a few others all look quite nice.
To add -- I've seen some of the slip covers that sell for $$$ on Ebay!
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Thanks for the info. I had ordered 1917 for in-store pickup from 2 different Best Buys trying to find now its a slipcover but both came without. I looked at the 4K movie section before picking up the second purchase to see if they had one I could exchange for but they were sold out in that area, I will now check multiple areas when I go return one of the discs.

I know it's just a slipcover but I kind of like them on there better than just the case. I don't even display my movies, just a quirk of mine but not the end of the world for me if I can't find a slipcover.
If you have not opened your copy, I say take it with you and leave it in your car. Go inside, and make sure you look through the entire media area including the Black Friday blue cardboard displays they are setting up around the media area, front registers, and the televisions area. You may find that they have restocked the store and could find one with a slipcover, or they could be restocking over the next several days so check back. My local store had none last week with the slipcover for 1917, but then they restocked their shelves and there are about half a dozen copies with the slipcover there.
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To add -- I've seen some of the slip covers that sell for $$$ on Ebay!
Exactly, some do as do steelbooks for certain films too. I remember when The Hurt Locker was coming out on Blu-ray and Best Buy had an exclusive steelbook for it. A lot of collectors were complaining about how it wasn't G2 size and how they would not buy it. The film came out, the steelbooks were a lot rarer than anticipated, the film then won some Academy Awards and everyone then wanted the steelbook. I had about half a dozen and flipped them for quite a bit of money.
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It looks like there were some very select sales yesterday on Marvel 4K's for $14.99 for BB members which now appears to be over. I had Guardians of the Galaxy 2 in my cart and figured I would check out this morning but now it's back to $23.99. Frown Does anyone know if those Marvel 4K price sales will be back for Black Friday or sometime before Christmas?
probably but prices for these come up lower at other times. like bf, movie prices will drop near Easter Week or Fathers Day. I believe the prices for marvel may drop near or around the next marvel releases, like Black Widow.


its that darn "Solo" that likes to stay sky-butt high. I finally snagged it via disney movie rewards using my earned points!!
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Goonies is back in stock for shipping.
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Goonies is back in stock for shipping.
Confirmed. I just put in an order for one just now for shipping. will arrive on Monday 11/30 which is 2 days later than the rest on my order so it must be coming in from the warehouse.
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