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Buy Avatar Blu-ray and a Fox Action Title, Save $3

Posted April 5, 2010 04:20 PM by Juan Calonge

Blu-ray MoviesAmazon is having a special promotion linked to the Blu-ray release of Avatar. If you order this movie simultaneously with another eligible Fox action title, a $3 discount will be applied to your order. Thus, you could buy Avatar and, for instance, Fight Club or Independence Day for only $30.98 after discount. This offer is valid through May 4, and it cannot be combined with other offers.

Click here for the Avatar/Fox action Blu-ray promotion



Update: Price down from $35.98 to $30.98.


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News comments (41 comments)


repete66211
 - Apr 05, 2010

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FYI: Avatar list price is currently $24.99

lDlisturb3d
 - Apr 05, 2010

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It wont be when its released, it will be about 20.00, big titles are always cheaper.

tjubb
 - Apr 05, 2010

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cmon, $3? You can do better Fox!

LetoAtreides82
 - Apr 05, 2010

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$3 is laughable.

blu_sharpy
 - Apr 05, 2010

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$3?!?!?!

Barely worth it TBH.

Mr. Cinema
 - Apr 05, 2010

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deeman54,

Not in 2010. The $19.99 pricing we saw during the holidays has disappeared. Most titles are back to $24.99 on release week. Some even higher.

izaidi
 - Apr 05, 2010

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They should learn from Disney if they want to give incentive for buying the movie.

mstari
 - Apr 05, 2010

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I laughed when I read this. Giving $3.00 off if you buy 2 movies is weak.
I don't think it's deserving of a special news post either.

SellmeyourDVD
 - Apr 05, 2010

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Mr cinema:

Movies like 2012, princess and the frog (single disk w/out any coupon), and Where the Wild things Are have all been $20 opening day.

visual0ne
 - Apr 05, 2010

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Also Law Abiding Citizen. $20 anyday of the week at Walmart since day one.

Ashamed Pegasus
 - Apr 05, 2010

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Really?... A whole $3 discount for buying 2 movies and it makes it to the front page?...

Blu-Me
 - Apr 05, 2010

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Wendy's must love this deal. All of this for $2.99!

ChuckT43
 - Apr 05, 2010

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This so called deal is as bad as best buy calling $19.99 blu rays a sale when thats the everyday price on amazon. Maybe this is a late April fools joke. I'm laughing.

Melesine
 - Apr 05, 2010

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I'm not going to jump up and down over a whopping 3 bucks.

onemorechance
 - Apr 05, 2010

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this is literally pointless..

Mr. J
 - Apr 05, 2010

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I seriously laughed out loud when I read this

Tapdog
 - Apr 05, 2010

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masoud90
 - Apr 05, 2010

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lmfao...

Mr. Joshua
 - Apr 05, 2010

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This sounds like cash for clunkers to me! A deceptive ploy to buy the crap on the shelves... Has Obama taken over the movie studios too?

lovgun7
 - Apr 05, 2010

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WOW a hole $3 dollars ????

maybe they should say " save 12 quarters !!!"

brazilduluwita
 - Apr 05, 2010

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Give me a break FOX Studio. Ha ha ha haaaa LOL. Fox why don't you check the deal "Disney" Gave with their "Toy Story' 1&2. Got a very good break with price at Amazon.com and through "Disney's rewards I got Two tickets for me and my mate worth $17 for "Toy Story" 3. Shame on you FOX. Fox Studio is very cheap.

Dr. Skill
 - Apr 05, 2010

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LetoAtreides82
 - Apr 05, 2010

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Dr. Skill
 - Apr 05, 2010

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LetoAtreides82,

Maybe you didn't understand that the 3 dollars are part of a promotion linked to the blu-ray release of Avatar. Read again.

brazilduluwita
 - Apr 05, 2010

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Dr. Skill.... we are here talking about how cheap FOX is. And I am very sure almost everyone in here have already pr-ordered "AVATAR" that is including me. Since I have a region free Blu-ray player I have ordered broth ( Amazon USA and Amazon UK with the steel book and will give the UK version Blu-ray to my nephew in Spain and I will keep the steel book ) So this is not about buying Avatar. We all will buy it for sure. This is about how cheap FOX Studio can be. Hope you will understand it. Cheers.

Dr. Skill
 - Apr 05, 2010

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Fox is not cheap. As any other business in a capitalist country is only getting the most out of their product. If you believe that the reason other movies are discounted is because certain studios are "nicer", you are wrong.

Liselotte
 - Apr 06, 2010

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nice one Fox, especially your movie made $2.5B worldwide and you giving us $3 off for a movie that about to come to home video that will continue to get more $$$ for you? Disney's movies can't even reach $1B(except POTC) but they giving us a big discount than you.

FU!

FlipperWasIrish
 - Apr 06, 2010

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A company creates a deal offering $3.00 off.

Instead of either accepting it or not instead, the majority of people whine that it is not enough. This seems like an odd way to encourage companies to offer discounts in the future.
The logic of this attitude escapes me?

MeE
 - Apr 06, 2010

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Thanks Spock but that's because you're applying logic where logic doesn't exist. Being offended by the cheapness of people that have a LOT of money is not logical, it's indicative of people that work hard for their money. Meanwhile as the Avatar money continues to roll in, Fox keeps redefining the meaning of the word enough.

$3.00 my...

I'd finish that sentence but I was recently boinked by the forum police so you'll have to fill in the blank.

By the way calling a company out for being cheap is the absolute best way (Even better than not buying their product) of encouraging them to loosen the purse strings and give loyal customers something to talk about.

brazilduluwita
 - Apr 06, 2010

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How about you ( FOX ) save your Three Dollars.. and, still we will buy the "AVATAR" Blu-ray anyway. Look at the pre-order for "Avatar" Blu-ray. It is over 52% best ever for Blu-ray... usually it is around 15%. ( Bluray.com article ) says. Even without the Three Dollars from "FOX" sales for "AVATAR" will be great.

Terran
 - Apr 06, 2010

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I think there is one thing you all are missing: Avatar will remain at $24.99 even after opening week. This $3 discount combo offer for $35.98 is the deal ($17.99 per movie), after which the regular price will apply. It's either you want the deal or not. Take it or leave it.

ckenisell
 - Apr 06, 2010

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How about we all realize that it's not FOX that's giving the discount? It's amazon. So, don't be mad at FOX for giving such a low discount. Be happy that amazon is making the offer. Be mad at FOX for setting MSRP of Avatar so high to begin with. LOL

haushausman
 - Apr 06, 2010

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I just picked up Avatar and Fight Club for $36. Done deal. 3 bucks is 3 bucks...

4Dblu
 - Apr 06, 2010

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wow 3 bucks yeah wit 8% tax back where u started at $24....

MeE
 - Apr 06, 2010

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Yes Amazon is offering this measly $3.00 off, but Fox isn't even doing that. So that makes Fox bean counters a bunch of cheap a** MF'ers.

To paraphrase an earlier post, perhaps Fox should take a look at Disney's incentive program.

FlipperWasIrish
 - Apr 06, 2010

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MeE-Your choice of words seems to convey that you are missing the skills needed to communicate in a mature manner. Skipping your childish use of language, your lack of understanding business marketing strategies, including why companies use them, make your remarks about FOX ignorant. Unless FOX has a valid business reason to copy Disney's program it would be foolish of them to do so. What works as part of a business plan for one company does not mean it will work for another. In reality, it often fails to get the same results.

You also repeatedly call FOX cheap and imply that because they seem to be making a large amount of money on Avatar they somehow owe you. They don't, how did you ever get this idea?

MeE
 - Apr 06, 2010

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Just because you say I'm implying that Fox owes Me, doesn't make it so. By implying that that's what I'm thinking, You're doing what you're accusing Me of.

General question. When anyone reads the posts from you know who do they hear the voice of Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory?

bboisvert
 - Apr 06, 2010

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Holy crap, guys... what's with the pissing and moaning? You can get Avatar along with another decent $13.99 Fox title... and you get $3 off. The preorder guarantee still applies for Avatar, which most likely will drop to around $19.99 for release.

So, that's $19.99 (likely) for Avatar and $10.99 for Fight Club or Sunshine or something. Not amazing... but a pretty solid deal if you want those titles. *shrug*

BluRayFreak
 - Apr 07, 2010

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Really--this movie is going to sell BIG, why the measly $3 off offer?

This movie will be the new standard on which Blu-Ray will be judged upon in the future.

BLUEGRASS
 - Apr 07, 2010

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"Holy crap, guys... what's with the pissing and moaning?"

That's what people do on here. Either that or discuss how "demo" worthly a disc is. Or complain about grain. Just look at the posts on the BD Lord of the Rings set, or discussion about the Battlestar Galactica complete season casing to see some fine examples of ranting.

I personally want to piss and moan on the fact that Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo hasn't been released in high-def yet. To each their own

Germtop
 - Apr 19, 2010

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Did anyone notice that they cited "Alien Resurrection" as one of the choices?

"Select from such hits as Fight Club, Alien Resurrection, and much more."


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