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Update: Price Drop Star Wars Digital HD Movie Sale 6 Movie Bundle Starting at $65 at Google Play, VUDU, Amazon, iTunes and Microsoft

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Update: VUDU and Amazon have lowered the price to $64.99 for the 6 movie bundle.


Star Wars digital movie bundle and individual movies on sale at various retailers. Prices start at $65 for the 6 movie bundle. Individual movies start at $14.99. Pretty sure this is the lowest price ever for the bundle.

Note that Episode IV is not DMA so will not port, it will be locked wherever the bundle is purchased. It can also be bought individually at another provider of your choice. Be sure to select with Bonus Features for discount.


6 Movie Bundle:

Amazon [amazon.com] $64.99
iTunes [apple.com] $69.99
Microsoft Store [microsoft.com] $74.99
Google Play [google.com] 79.99

Cut and paste for Vudu, $64.99
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I got these when they first became available on Vudu. I wish the original theatrical versions of the original Star Wars trilogy would be made available in digital HD and Blu-ray though. To watch them you have to have the DVDs which had both cuts (which are in my collection).

One other downside to this bundle is that Star Wars IV: A New Hope is not DMA like the others (because Fox still holds the rights to it while Disney bought the rights to the others via their acquisition of Lucasfilm). (Star Wars IV was UV on Vudu at one time but the logo is missing now.)
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Maybe, I'm crazy but I can't see how $79 or even $69 is a good deal for these 6 movies in digital version. If I'm paying that much I was the physical media.
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Could have gotten them for $50 from Google Play back on Black Friday.
Also Episode 4 A New Hope is not part of the Disney Movies Anywhere. The other 5 movies are.
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Maybe, I'm crazy but I can't see how $79 or even $69 is a good deal for these 6 movies in digital version. If I'm paying that much I was the physical media.
Bought the DVD blu Ray combo versions for $35 each, sold the 6 DVDs for $60 on eBay a year ago (they don't go that high anymore, not sure why anyone would pay that much )minus shipping and fees gross is less than $20 for all 6 blu rays.
I don't use digital copies (only watch movies at home) but I can see where many would like them.
I agree this is not a good deal, I would say $50 or less would be slick for all 6 on digital
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Could have gotten them for $50 from Google Play back on Black Friday.
Also Episode 4 A New Hope is not part of the Disney Movies Anywhere. The other 5 movies are.
Pretty sure that was after coupon. Now it will be $40 after coupon. Cheapest I have seen.

The info about Ep. IV is in the OP. Some buy it in addition to the bundle for that reason. And now it's on sale.
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Maybe, I'm crazy but I can't see how $79 or even $69 is a good deal for these 6 movies in digital version. If I'm paying that much I was the physical media.
To each their own. I have no need for physical media, digital all the way.
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I don't use digital copies (only watch movies at home) but I can see where many would like them.
I agree this is not a good deal, I would say $50 or less would be slick for all 6 on digital
This is a great price for the digital bundle. Especially if you have a coupon or credits. $40 for six digital Star Wars movies.
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So what's the story with 4? If I could get this for about 40 I'd probably bite even though I have all on disk, and as I've got a 25$ gift credit on iTunes that is pretty close. Don't really have any iproducts though so if it doesn't port to something that's playable for me then doesn't matter.
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I got these when they first became available on Vudu. I wish the original theatrical versions of the original Star Wars trilogy would be made available in digital HD and Blu-ray though. To watch them you have to have the DVDs which had both cuts (which are in my collection).

One other downside to this bundle is that Star Wars IV: A New Hope is not DMA like the others (because Fox still holds the rights to it while Disney bought the rights to the others via their acquisition of Lucasfilm). (Star Wars IV was UV on Vudu at one time but the logo is missing now.)
Nope, gotta go LaserDisc.
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So what's the story with 4? If I could get this for about 40 I'd probably bite even though I have all on disk, and as I've got a 25$ gift credit on iTunes that is pretty close. Don't really have any iproducts though so if it doesn't port to something that's playable for me then doesn't matter.
Episode IV is not Disney Movies Anywhere (DMA). Fox still has the rights. So it will not port to connected DMA services, the others will. If you buy on iTunes five movies will be available on linked services. HTH
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Star Wars 6 Movie Digital HD Bundle on iTunes for $69.99. Regularly $99.99.

Connects to your Disney Movies Account as well.
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If I could get a 50% off gp coupon this would truly be a slick deal!
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I have never seen so many people overtly happy on minor price drops over compressed digital movies anywhere else besides Slickdeals.
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Nope, gotta go LaserDisc.
Oh? What's different between the original theatrical cut in limited edition DVDs and the LaserDiscs? Do you mean the presence of the line "A New Hope" in the opening titles?
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I couldn't pass this up. These movies have never been priced this low for the digital versions. $40 after coupon for all six movies makes my son (and me) extremely happy.

We already have the movies on DVD and other places as well but to have them available digitally so my son can watch them easily on his tablet is well worth the price. Six months ago I really knew nothing about digital movies but I have now embraced them wholeheartedly. I highly recommend it.
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