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Eight Exclusive Lionsgate Blu-ray Titles at Best Buy This Sunday (Update 2)

Posted August 29, 2010 04:05 AM by Juan Calonge

Blu-ray MoviesBest Buy is going full steam ahead with Blu-ray exclusivity deals. The latest addition is a wave of catalog titles from Lionsgate Home Entertainment, slated for general release on October 5, but which are available on BB shelves from August 29: 2001 Maniacs, Bad Lieutenant, The Blair Witch Project, Hard Candy, High Tension, Open Water / Open Water 2: Adrift, Secretary, and Wonderland.

According to BB's website updated early Sunday morning, four of those titles (2001 Maniacs, High Tension, Open Water / Open Water 2: Adrift, and Wonderland) go for a very low $7.99. The other four are priced at $9.99.

Also available are Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy ($19.99), Deep Blue Sea ($12.99) and The Score ($14.99).



Best Buy end cap featuring new exclusive titles.
Photo courtesy "DetroitSportsFan."




Today, Blu-ray enthusiasts definitely have a good reason to get up early and be at the gates of their nearest Best Buy first thing in the morning.

Update: the official release date of all the above titles has changed to August 31 on the Best Buy website, and numerous stores are saying those titles cannot be sold until Tuesday.

Thanks to forum member "DetroitSportsFan."


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News comments (136 comments)



integrafied1
  Aug 26, 2010
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High Tension for me.....and Anchorman and Deep Blue Sea

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Wdm81
  Aug 26, 2010
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Luckily nothing that Ireally want, but what's with Best buy and the exclusive titles? It's the most awesome store ever, do they really need to try this hard to get people to shop there?

TheManInBlu
  Aug 26, 2010
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I hate Best Buy. Period. These exclusive deals never apply to Best Buy Canada. When are they gonna learn that Canada is part of North America

dub2108
  Aug 26, 2010
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Anchorman, Deep Blu Sea, and Maybe Hard Candy haven't see it but contemplating adding it to my Halloween Movie Marathon

ahearst
  Aug 26, 2010
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Alrighty then. I'm cancelling my orders for Secretary and Hard Candy from Amazon. Not only saving a buck or two per title by purchasing at BB on the 29th but getting them a month earlier than anticipated. Can't complain about that.

tru blu
  Aug 26, 2010
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Enough with exclusivity.
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mywhitenoise
  Aug 26, 2010
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"It's the most awesome store ever"...you're joking right? Horrible customer service, clueless employees, and a lot of times they don't even honor their policies.

Now if you're just calling them awesome because of the products they stock, Amazon and Frys are WAY better.

Rainman208
  Aug 26, 2010
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Only Deep Blue Sea for me but after a price drop.

guicao
  Aug 26, 2010
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hope Amazon will pricematch !!!

PossumPete
  Aug 26, 2010
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Looks like I can finally get rid of my HD-DVD of Anchorman.
johnf14
  Aug 26, 2010
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Those prices should read $7.99 to $19.99. Still good but not as earth shaking as mentioned above. Examples........

Ron Burgundy - 19.99
The Score - 14.99
Deep Blue Sea - 12.99
Hard Candy - 9.99
2001 Maniacs - 7.99
Bad Lieutenant - 17.99 (Can be pre-ordered (10/5) at Amazon for 14.99)

Arkadin
  Aug 26, 2010
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my BB is reducing their blu-ray titles.
of course come x-mas they'll probably increase them.
they have gone back and forth for 4 years now.
pretty ridiculous if you ask me.

4Dblu
  Aug 26, 2010
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the problem is spend some of my Oct & Nov movie money now.

Musclemckeester
  Aug 26, 2010
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BB does have the worst customer service and often useless employees; couldn't agree with mywhitenoise any better on that. What I do like about BB is the rewards program and they usually have pretty good stock. And I can sometimes get them to pricematch blu-rays (depending on who is behind the customer service desk that day).

I'll be picking up Anchorman and Deep Blue Sea (using rewards points) come this Sunday.
scarface16
  Aug 26, 2010
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Blair Witch and Bad Lieutenant for me.

fdm
  Aug 26, 2010
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johnf14: I realize it's early, but the exclusives in the headline are Lionsgate, and the ones the article is about, so the 7.99 to 9.99 price range is correct. I'd say wait and see on the other Lionsgate titles that aren't advertised in the flyer (e.g., Bad Lieutenant). May end up selling at a reasonable price as well (i.e., that 17.99 price may not be the price it's selling for on Sunday, almost willing to bet it won't be). The other titles aren't Lionsgate, so obviously the 7.99 and 9.99 prices doesn't apply to them.

Lordy
  Aug 26, 2010
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Well, crap. Now I'm totally confused about the pricing. I'll just head to Best Buy Sunday to get the skinny on this first hand. But I'll be angling for Bad Lieutenant, Wonderland, and The Score for sure.

KamiAmaya
  Aug 26, 2010
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No Best Buy around here or I'd be picking up Secretary and Blair Witch

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Gremal
  Aug 26, 2010
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Finally! Bad Lieutenant, one of the three great films of the early '90s that relaunched Keitel's career, along with Reservoir Dogs and Smoke. 'Bout time!

Glee7007
  Aug 26, 2010
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Used to be a huge best buy fan when they first started getting big, but their customer service and pricing have gotten worse the longer they've been around. Glad to see at least the prices for these are considerably cheaper than I would expect. Still, I'm not a fan of these exclusivity deals.
mayorofsmpleton
  Aug 26, 2010
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Was going to wait but I think I'll grab Hard Candy, Blair Witch Project and Open Water -- I can justify $30.00 for two of my favorite movies of all time and a double feature with one pretty strong title on it.

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Wdm81
  Aug 26, 2010
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@mywhitenoise - I've never had a problem with My best buy, They are always friendly and Prices are usually good comapred to other places, plus I get reward points which means I'll buy what I can at bestbuy because over time I get free stuff. I despise futureshop in my town they are always so pushy and a lot of times their blurays are badly stocked (not in order, cuts on the packages, Discs poped out of trays)

Amazon is good, but I want my stuff now and I like to inspect something before I buy it, I hate not knowing if somethings wrong until it arives at my house

Skrillex
  Aug 26, 2010
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Will wait for the Blu Ray review of Blair Witch Project before I get it. Great movies though!

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ckenisell
  Aug 26, 2010
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I won't be purchasing any exclusives. This is a monopoly and shouldnt be allowed or supported by consumers.

Mr. Joshua
  Aug 26, 2010
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Secretary would be the only one I'd want the rest are crap!

jasonicus
  Aug 26, 2010
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@Wdm81, BB prices are horrible. They rarely have anything that is a good deal, even new releases. I'll pass on this. Anchorman, I can get later when the price drops.

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The Smell of Brains
  Aug 26, 2010
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I'll definitely be picking up Hard Candy, Secretary and High Tension.

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LordCrumb
  Aug 26, 2010
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So does 'best buy exclusive' mean internationals can't import them?

Minimejer05
  Aug 26, 2010
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Thats such a cheap price for those titles. Might just grab them all.

carver
  Aug 26, 2010
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Besides Anchorman, that is a sad group of films. If you're buying any of these, you need to go to Bluray-Rehab and first admit that you have an addicition problem. That is the first step on the road to recovery. Then, you can get some help...

yobi111
  Aug 26, 2010
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def in for Hard Candy, Secretary and Blair Witch.

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Ashamed Pegasus
  Aug 26, 2010
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jasonicus: "BB prices are horrible. They rarely have anything that is a good deal..."

There are 6 new releases in next weeks BB ad totaling $236... The same 6 on Amazon are $260... If you think BB's new release prices are horrible I would love to know where you buy your BD's from ...

Phxsns1
  Aug 26, 2010
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Hard Candy for me. And Blair Witch, depending on the review.

Festus
  Aug 26, 2010
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Best Buy! Are you kidding? The name is a complete misnomer. I have seen better prices at specialty stores. Most blu-ray movies are 50% less costly through Amazon.com or even target stores. They have one of the worst return policies in the U.S.

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paper tiger
  Aug 26, 2010
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I'm not a huge Best Buy fan, but every once and a while they have a particular item less expensive than any where else. For example, I bought all three seasons of the original Star Trek TV show for $39.99 at BB. Amazon has had it for $56 I think, but not less than that. I would say that is the best Best Buy has done.

Now, I have Anchorman Pre-ordered for $24.99, plus tax, plus shipping brought it to $29.13. I called to cancel, but they said they has just shipped it. Anyway, if these prices are true, I can pick it up on Sunday for $19.99, plus get Blair Witch, Hard Candy and High Tension... all of which I currently have pre-ordered on Amazon for $13.99 each. I think they currently are $14.99 each.

I will simply refuse shippment on Anchorman which is being shipped to me by BB, and get it for cheaper at the store on Sunday. I hope to get there early and get them all, then go home and watch them.

The only thing that worries me is the truth of this and the acuracy of the prices. I called my local Best Buy and they knew nothing about it. When does the next weeks Ad come out? I would like some proof. Also, Blu-ray.com says prices will range from $7.99-$9.99, but someone said that should be to $19.99. Any thoughts? Does anyone know for sure that this is going to happen?

Thanx.

Darkthrone
  Aug 26, 2010
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Will get High Tension, Hard Candy, 2001 Maniacs and maybe Open Water / Open Water 2: Adrift.

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shinseiRomeo
  Aug 26, 2010
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paper tiger - the ad is already out. Check the deals forum here. Also, your price will adjust itself. If there was ever a problem, just call customer service. They will fix it with no issues.
jessegarrett
  Aug 26, 2010
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Thev've already got them on the shelf at my local GA store.
Super T
  Aug 26, 2010
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I strongly believe that Blair Witch on Bluray is a huge waste of polycarbonite. A very small fraction of the movie was photographed with film and the rest was taped using a video camera, way before the advent of high definition. Similarly, the Highlander series was released on bluray in 720p format because the digital effects were created in 480i and layered over film. They believed that releasing in 1080p would make the effects look even rougher.

mikey6
  Aug 26, 2010
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hard candy, anchorman, and the Score ! WOOT!

CandyStalker
  Aug 26, 2010
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My biggest gripe with Best Buy: Not enough discounted blu-ray titles (or a diverse selection, for that matter). 'Member the ol' days when a fella could browse and actually find something of value to purchase? Like I'm really gonna pay thirty bucks for a blu-ray that I can purchase online for a substantial discount.

And none of these titles appeal to me either. Next...

dmarvin
  Aug 26, 2010
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I'll be picking up a few for under $10. Stop whining about the exclusivity -- you didn't think they were coming out until October to begin with, so this is nothing but a bonus for people with the inclination to go to their local BB and pick these up for $10 or less. You can still wait until October to buy them from your preferred retailer or e-tailer; no one's forcing anything on you. Basically STFU and quit whining.

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aeric_7734
  Aug 26, 2010
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High Tension, Open Water and Wonderland for me. Don't have any of them on SD anymore anyway, so at their discounted prices easily worth the pickup, and more than a month early. Saves my wallet a bit come October.

illini2000
  Aug 27, 2010
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I'll be getting Secretary, but I really wish they'd put out The Piano, The Crying Game, Chaplin and Madonna: Truth or Dare. Come on Lionsgate.

mpstjohn
  Aug 27, 2010
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Hard Candy and Secretary for me. Maybe even Blair Witch.

indiephantom
  Aug 27, 2010
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2001 Maniacs and Bad Lieutenant for certain.

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Yojimbo68
  Aug 27, 2010
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I wonder if this version of Bad Lieutenant will have the original music as heard in the first theatrical run? All the DVD versions have different music.

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paper tiger
  Aug 27, 2010
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I pre-ordered Anchoman online, I called and asked about getting the lower cost which starts on Sunday. They said the only way I can get the lower price is if I return it for a full refund, then re-buy it in store for $19.99.

I'm going to refuse delivery of the one they mail me, then I'll get a complete refund for shipping and everything.

I'll be at my local Best Buy Sunday morning to pick up at least 5 of these movies. I hope they get enough. I really would like to snatch these up.

I have them all pre-ordered on Amazon, which still has them for $14.99. Anyone think Amazon will match the BB price? I'll keep my pre-orders if they lower all the prices to $9.99.

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shinseiRomeo
  Aug 27, 2010
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paper tiger - AMZ always PMs BB anymore. I'm surprised they said that. I have never had a bad experience with BB CS.

Enough acronyms for ya? LoL

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paper tiger
  Aug 27, 2010
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~shinseiromeo
yeah, I was quite supprized that Best Buy would not adjust the price to match the store price starting on Sunday. They said my order hasn't shipped yet, however it has entered the shipping stage, so there was no why to change the price now. Also they told me that they do not price match or adjust the price after the original order has been placed.

I always buy on Amazon. There has to be a really good deal for me to go anywhere else. I may call Amazon and let them know of the Best Buy deal and see if they will price match. If not, I will cancel my Amazon orders and buy all of them from Best Buy.

nazdar
  Aug 27, 2010
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They are all 17.99 at BB ... period. I just talked to a BB manager in LA.

(I can find no "... leaked images from BB's weekly ad, prices for the titles above are set at $7.99 to $9.99")
none. But if this happens; Im very happy! Facts anyone?

nazdar
  Aug 28, 2010
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FACTS: All Lionsgate BD titles are 7.99 to 9.99 Sunday at BB. Other studios' exclusives a bit more.
I had to call several times to crack the secret printed on Sunday's unpublished ad.
I don't know if the prices continue.

slimdude
  Aug 28, 2010
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nazdar,

Where are you getting your information, in regards to "all Lionsgate BD titles are $7.99-$9.99 at Best Buy" because, i didn't see any sale of this sort advertised last Sunday. I stopped by Best Buy today, and those Blu-ray exclusive titles are all $17.99. They're already in stock!

nazdar
  Aug 28, 2010
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17.99 current website price now.
7.99 and few 9.99 of all Lionsgate mentioned here (not in the Universe) on Sunday

Info? ...
From a manager first and then a customer assistant who looked at THIS (29th) Sunday's flyer.
All prices listed except High Tension in flyer. (that part is a ?) Deep Blue Sea 12.99 and Score 14.99
(That was read to me on the phone) So ...
Look at flyer on BB website at midnight.
Some stores will always jump the gun.
No proof bugged me so I called until satisfied ...

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paper tiger
  Aug 28, 2010
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I pre-ordered all these movies for pickup at my local Best Buy. They are all $17.99. I called today and asked for them to look at tomorrows ad. She checked it out and there was nothing in it about any Blu-ray exclusive coming out tomorrw. She did confirm my movies are there ready to go, but I can't get them until tomorrow even though they sent me an e-mail saying I could pick them up today.

This is why I do not like Best Buy. If I call in or check online tomorrow and there is no sale, I will cancel my order with BB and keep my pre-order with Amazon. I was very excited when I saw this post. I would like all of these movies.

Hopefully this whole thing isn't made up by some kid in Texas who has Paint Shop Pro.

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thedarkangel1975
  Aug 28, 2010
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I received the add in the paper today. 2001 Manaics and open 1 &2 for $7.99 each, Hard Candy is $9.99, Blair Witch is $9.99, The Score is $14.99, Anchorman is $19.99. No Secratary, Bad Lieutant, High Tension, or Wonderland in the ad

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Ashamed Pegasus
  Aug 28, 2010
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paper tiger: The titles are listed at $17.99 right now because the sale does not start until Sunday... Even if you preordered at the $17.99 price when you pick them up starting Sunday their registers will automatically adjust the price to the current instore price, which is $7.99 and $9.99...

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paper tiger
  Aug 28, 2010
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Thanx for the info everyone. I will be going tomorrow to pick up my pre-orders, hopefully at a lower price. I'm a little worried about Bad Lieutant and High Tension. Both of which I pre-oredered, but they aren't in the weekly ad for less.

I'll keep my fingers crossed.

Frozenpinky
  Aug 28, 2010
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Lets go! Secretary and Hard Candy! If they're really that price (under $10.00) at Best Buy manana, that's pretty great~! That's their way of under-cutting Amazon (on top of gettin 'em a month + early)

SKIPC03
  Aug 28, 2010
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I'M SNATCHING UP BLAIR WITCH AND DEEP BLUE SEA .....WHAT TIME DOES BB OPEN ON SUNDAY ????

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paper tiger
  Aug 28, 2010
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My local BB opens at 11am. I'll be there at 11am.

BluPix
  Aug 29, 2010
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I can't say I'm a big fan of Best Buy generally. Once in a blue moon I buy some BDs from one of the stores in my area (a good example being the Vengeance Trilogy a few months ago, when they had it in stock exclusively and matched an internet preorder price). I prefer to order online, where the prices are more consistently less expensive than in physical stores and where a wider range of titles are usually in stock (even obscure or smaller films).

Anyway, the only title from this list that I'd truly be interested in is The Blair Witch Project, but I'm not in a hurry to buy it, especially before its reviews are out, and especially given the style in which it was made.

nazdar
  Aug 29, 2010
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... just shop the sales and you're OK

E5CAP3 ART15T
  Aug 29, 2010
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Does exclusive mean that they aren't going to be sold anywhere else at all? Does anyone know when The Score is being released elsewhere?

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paper tiger
  Aug 29, 2010
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Well it's Sunday morning 6:30am. The deals are out. I'll be trucking down to my BB in a few hours to pick up my flicks.

~E5CAP3 ART15T - Most of these movies will be released everywhere else October 5th. Best Buy ownes them for a month.

All the prices we wanted are true. Anchorman is $19.99, Hight Tension is $7.99, Hard Candy is $9.99, Blair Witch Project is $9.99, Bad Lieutenant is $9.99... Check BestBuy.com for the rest. Those are the one's I'm getting.


I'm glad this ended up being true. I called my local Best Buy many times and no one knew of any sale. Pretty cool.

bhampton
  Aug 29, 2010
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Quote from Deep Blu Sea "You think water moves fast? You should see ice. It moves like it has a mind. Like it knows it killed the world once and got a taste for murder."

I hope I can get my copy today.

Minimejer05
  Aug 29, 2010
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Awesome news! Time to go spend some money!
therock666
  Aug 29, 2010
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website now says 8/31 for all titles wtf???

SKIPC03
  Aug 29, 2010
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I JUST PICKED UP BLAIR WITCH AND DEEP BLUE SEA AT MY NEAREST BB AT 10:00 THIS MORMING .......BLAIR WAS $9.99 AND DEEP BLUE WAS $12.99,DONT SLEEP ON THESE HI-DEF DEALS !!!

tyz
  Aug 29, 2010
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Enticing prices but there isn't anything I really want here. I'll be saving my money for Black Friday!

Phxsns1
  Aug 29, 2010
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The guy at my local Best Buy said they weren't getting these until tomorrow.

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thedarkangel1975
  Aug 29, 2010
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I got High tension for $7.99 and Deep Blue Sea for $12.99 today

Lovemy3D
  Aug 29, 2010
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High Tension was a trip and a half.
insider89
  Aug 29, 2010
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Picked up Hard Candy, High Tension, Blair Witch and Deep Blue Sea. Me happy.

mpclark31
  Aug 29, 2010
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Grabbed Open Water/Open Water 2 and High Tension for $7.99 and Blair Witch for $9.99. Did not see Bad Lieutenant.

4Dblu
  Aug 29, 2010
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yeah, BF kinda starts today. DAMN......

ewaters70
  Aug 29, 2010
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I just bought them all, lol Except 2001 Maniacs which just did not do it for me. And the customer service was great. There was nothing on the shelf so the guy went to the back and found a box. It had 6 of the titles I wanted. Then he checked the computer to be sure if there others were in stock and they were. So he went back and found another box that had everything else except for Deep Blue Sea. Then I was in line to pay and that guy came running up from the back with Deep Blue Sea in hand...pretty good service if you ask me. And the pricing was all great, 7.99, 9.99, 12.99, 14.99 and 19.99.

ewaters70
  Aug 29, 2010
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oh I saw someone mention that Bad Lieutenant was 17.99, I got mine for 9.99 today.

coolkev1701
  Aug 29, 2010
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I found all of the movies at my Best Buy except for The Score. Maybe they'll have that one later in the week.

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zombieking
  Aug 29, 2010
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are these going to be available in Canada also?

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paper tiger
  Aug 29, 2010
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My local Best Buy didn't even have them on the shelves. No one knew about it. Origionally they told me I had to wait until Tuesday. They said movies don't come out on Sundays. Luckily enough I showed them the flyer and they went in back and hunted them down.

I picked up Blair Witch ($9.99), Hard Candy ($9.99), Bad Lieutenant ($9.99), Open Water ($7.99), Secretary ($9.99), and High Tension ($7.99). Pretty Sweet deals. Not my favorite movies, but still, nice to add to my collection for so cheap.

I also bought Anchorman online, it's on it's way to me. Called in and they adjusted my price to $19.99.

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Canada
  Aug 29, 2010
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Why all this exclusives stuff all of a sudden.
argo
  Aug 29, 2010
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Just got back from the BB in Portland, OR, they said Secretary and Hard Candy would not be out until Tuesday which were the two titles that got me down there. Judging from what others have posted here and my own experience, employees are completely clueless (way to go BB management!) about the promotion. I took them at their word when they said Tuesday, but now I see others badgered them to check and found the titles I was going for. Argh!

It wasn't a total loss, instead I got:
Body Heat 7.99
Deliverance 7.99
Capitalism: A Love Story 9.99
Moon 14.99
Shogun Assassin 14.99
scubawoman
  Aug 29, 2010
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Best Buy in zip code 92562 (CA) store manager wouldn't sell The Score today "due to contractual issues." He said it wouldn't be for sale till Tue.

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Ator the Invincible
  Aug 29, 2010
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No problems at my local store. They had them all out on a side/aisle rack. The only problem was that they were all out of Anchorman already when I got there, and that was my main reason for going. Oh well, I still hit up the 7.99 and 9.99 titles. Great prices.
woecarlson
  Aug 29, 2010
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The Best Buy in Springfield, MO (65804) sold them to me...but they were not "in the system" yet. She manually entered the UPC number and the right price came up, but the bar code scanner didn't work. Also of note, none of the titles were on the shelf at all....even though they did have the yellow "sale signs". They were all exclusively at the endcap display like the picture in the article.

kza_wu
  Aug 29, 2010
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Yeahhh, best buy in Rancho Cucamonga,CA has em all, such great deals, just got 2001 Maniacs,High Tension,Anchorman,Bad Lieutenant,and Hard Candy for 58 bucks. YAY...
clawfrombelow
  Aug 29, 2010
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Best Buy in Springfield, OH had them on the shelf but had issues during checkout. None of the new exclusives appeared to be in the system due to UPC errors popping up. After 10 minutes I was able to get them but the employees were clueless and the store manager was under the impression it had to do with them not supposing to be out until tuesday according to the website. Luckily I was the first one there, because it sounded like they were going to pull them until tuesday after they had rang me out. Little do they know that they sell stuff before street date all the time without any UPC errors.

Picked up:
Blair Witch Project 9.99
Hard Candy 9.99
High Tension 7.99
Deliverance 7.99
3:10 to Yuma 7.99
Trick 'r Treat 7.99

yobi111
  Aug 29, 2010
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no problems at the Best Buy in Canton, GA. They weren't on the shelves when I got there but I asked a guy stocking movies and he went in the back and came out with a cart full of the new releases and started putting them out.

rammsteinfan
  Aug 29, 2010
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My BB had all the titles out, about 10 each, 20 of Anchorman. They wouldnt ring up at the cashiers w/ the upc so they just punched in the code on the white sticker and voila.

ahearst
  Aug 29, 2010
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Visited a BB in NW San Antonio between noon and 1 pm. All titles were on display except Anchorman. After checking my BB app to insure this location had copies available I asked an employee to go to the back and retrieve a copy for me. She did. When she returned she told me they had forgotten to put them out for display. Quite a haul for me today: Anchorman: $19.99, Hard Candy: $9.99, Secretary: 9.99, Forbidden Kingdom: $7.99, Tears of the Sun: $9.99, Open Water: $7.99. With tax, $71.29, roughly $12 per disc.

disneyboi81
  Aug 29, 2010
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I visited the Best Buy in North Irving around 1pm this after to pick up my instore pickup of Anchorman. I got to the customer service desk and she couldn't locate the item, so I went to look on the shelves and it wasn't there. So I asked an employee and it took 15mins before the came back with Anchorman which was placed on the new release area in the stock room. While finding it, I had canceled my instore pickup and then went to checkout to get the $19.99 sale price. There were no issues . Glad, I got it when I did apparently. =)

MikeScott
  Aug 29, 2010
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NO F-ING WAY! AMAZING DEAL! Need to buy HIGH TENSION, OPEN WATER, HARD CANDY, and SECRETARY. This is awesome.

slimdude
  Aug 29, 2010
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I'm one of the fortunate ones! Our local Best Buy here in Toledo, OH have all the titles available as advertised, and more... I've purchased everything except: The Blair Witch Project, Anchorman, and Secretary because I didn't want them. The cashier experienced brief difficulties when scanning the UPC codes during checkout, (probably due to incomplete processing in their system) but eventually, they were all approved.

RIKANA
  Aug 29, 2010
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sweet:3

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vectorsfire
  Aug 29, 2010
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HARD CANDY FOR THE FUCKING WIN!!!!!! Getting that shit TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jhouston
  Aug 29, 2010
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I actually call the store "Not So Much Of A" Best Buy!

StoogeFan1118
  Aug 29, 2010
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No problems at my Best Buy this morning I got Open water, Deep Blue Sea, Hard Candy, and High tension. I want to go back on tuesday and get anchorman(they were all out said more would be there on tuesday) Blair Witch, and maybe Secretary.

jmb1381
  Aug 29, 2010
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My BB in Destin,FL had them all except Hard Candy.I knew there was a reason i held on to the $50 reward zone credits!Like alot of other people have been saying,i too had a small problem when checking out.Didn"t bother me at all though.

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yoipolamalu
  Aug 29, 2010
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Picked up Bad Lieutenant thanks for heads up guys

sgtpeppers
  Aug 29, 2010
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Picked up everything I wanted. The endcap at my BB looked just like the one in the picture. None of them would ring up but the girl just typed them in. Didnt make a big deal out of it or anything.

ogscorpion
  Aug 29, 2010
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Just bought 2001 Maniacs, Bad Lieutenant, High Tension, Hard Candy and Open Water/Open Water 2 Adrift this morning. Can't really pass this deal up.
artim1
  Aug 29, 2010
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Best Buy has posted low prices on more substantial titles for those without them, such as "3:10 to Yuma, " "Trick r Treat" and "The Wild Bunch" for $7.99, plus an array of other titles which rarely go that low on Amazon. $9.99 titles include "The Prestige," "Superbad" and "Starship Troopers." You may have to remind the checkout person that these titles/prices are online to be matched.

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Variable_Star
  Aug 29, 2010
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I was too late, those smelly pirate hookers were closed! A trash barrel will take care of the glass, but those metal roll-down doors are another story. Shoulda brought a blowtorch. Gotta have Anchorman. Gotta have Anchorman...
DefendNolaguy
  Aug 29, 2010
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Picked up 2001 Maniacs Today. Check out my review on here.

Nightman04
  Aug 29, 2010
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Wow. Thats crap. Their ad clearly says AVAILABLE SUNDAY. How are they gonna say "no you cant buy that yet" to the many customers that are coming in. Glad I got in there before they started not selling them anymore, eventhough I had to explain to the sales person that they were in fact on sale, and i had to get them to fish them out from the back. If a customer has to school your own employees on your own sales, that should tell you that your doing something WRONG!!! Best Buy, get your #$@! together. Sry. Im done.....

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paper tiger
  Aug 29, 2010
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~Nightman04~
I had the same problem. They didn't have them out, they had to hunt for 30 minutes in the back looking for them. They they debated whether to sell them to me or not. Luckily I bought them online and they said I could pick them up on the 29th.

But that is pretty low for them to advertise movies coming out on Sunday, then when we get there, they say Tuesday.

This is why I shop on Amazon.

marcellusk
  Aug 29, 2010
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wow i didnt have any problems...i pre ordered last night and picked in store pick up. Today i went in saw them on the end cap (like the picture above) and went to cust service and got mine. They even had some other titles on sale as well.
orion10
  Aug 29, 2010
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Picked up The Blair Witch Project today.

The end cap display wasn't in the store I went to. Those titles were mixed in with the regular BDs with the sale price noted below their row position.

Brad1963
  Aug 29, 2010
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At Burbank store they did not have The Score or Deep Blue Sea out. He had to go back and get them but he did put them out. It seems that all the stores had them in the 'put out Tuesday' box even though they are to go on sale today, Sunday. The person who helped me did acknowledge the mistake though.

Freis968
  Aug 29, 2010
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Score was the only one sold out when I got to my local BB...the one movie I really wanted. I picked up Deep Blue Sea and Wonderland which was a steal for $7.99!

illini2000
  Aug 29, 2010
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Best Buy in Culver City had an identical end cap. Secretary for 9.99 w/ 7.1 DTS-HD is awesome. Same thing with having to manually enter the UPC. And with a gift card left over from Christmas, that and Anchorman cost me $0.
Boorah
  Aug 30, 2010
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I went into Best Buy today shortly after work only to find that Deep Blue Sea and the Score were both sold out!

MikeScott
  Aug 30, 2010
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What are some of the other titles people noticed for just $7.99 or $9.99?

I really hope somewhere will have reviews of these Blu-rays soon. I probably won't be picking mine up until the weekend since I don't have a Best Buy near me (have to drive an hour). If any of them have any flaws I'd like to know about it before purchasing them.
OhDamaso
  Aug 30, 2010
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I was home today but did in store pickup for Deep Blue Sea...if they have the others there on sale I'll see, maybe I'll pick up one or two more.

jonnoble27
  Aug 30, 2010
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I went to two separate best buys early on Sunday in Nashville. Neither had Anchorman or The Score. Did they sell out... no they haven't come in yet. What the barnacle?!

slimdude
  Aug 30, 2010
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MikeScott,

If you'll wait until next weekend to purchase, everything may be sold out, especially when brand new catalog title Blu-rays ( such as these) are selling at rock bottom prices. Best Buy doesn't have sales like this very often on their Blu-ray exclusives! So get them ASAP, before they increase up to their regular price.

Nightman04
  Aug 30, 2010
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paper tiger
Looks like it really depends on the store. I went to another bestbuy because the one that i had all the problems at didnt have anchorman. But at the other best buy, everything was out with sale signs. Once again, Besbuy, GET YOUR @#$! TOGETHER!!!

sancho
  Aug 30, 2010
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Went to Best Buy today and picked up Deep Blue Sea. By the time I got there, they only had 2 left.

Troy73
  Aug 30, 2010
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All titles were at my local BB in Salisbury, Maryland except Deep Blue Sea. There was one showing in the system but they couldn't find it anywhere. Sold Out! Of all the titles, that one selling out first surprised me. The girl on the sales floor had to go in the back to get mine as well. I picked up High Tension, Hard Candy and 2001 Maniacs. When I got to the register they had trouble ringing them up also. Ya know this whole sale had to be one big clusterfuck for many BB stores today. Anyway, I'll be getting a copy of Deep Blue...as soon as more stock comes in. At these prices I could not be happier!!!!
johnf14
  Aug 30, 2010
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I arrived about 1/2 hour after openning (Sunday morning Holmdel, NJ stiore) and found the end cap (same as pictured) almost empty. They did have Bad Lieutenant so I picked that up ($9.99). A salesgirl told me the other titles I wanted were out of stock and "WOULD NOT BE AVAILABLE ANY TIME SOON". Drove home and placed an online order for 'The Score', 'Anchorman' and 'Deep Blue Sea'. A half hour went by and I received an email...all titles were available for pick-up (???). Same store, same day, go figure.

DocDaddy
  Aug 30, 2010
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Picked up Deep Blue Sea, Blair Witch, and Open Water 2-Pack this Sunday!

Quick rundown: DBS has the best PQ of the bunch - BW is FS and kind of blurry (expected given the source), as is the first OW. OW2 switches to 2.35:1 and trades the blur for grain. I was at least happy to see that although both films share a single platter, at least they used a 50GB disc. A quick rundown of the package contents reveals that most, if not all, of the supplements from the DVD editions of these movies have been carried over. A minor quibble with the Lionsgate menu system is that these films only come with one audio option apiece, yet it is a selection on the menu...why?

Also, @DetroitSportsFan: is that photo from the Ford Rd. & Greenfield BB? It looks EXACTLY like the one I got mine from, right down to the title arrangement!

Sorry to hear some stores are not selling this group until Tuesday... of the titles I purchased, my store only had the SKU's for Deep Blue Sea in the system, the other two they had to enter....

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fettastic
  Aug 30, 2010
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A girl was stocking the end cap as I arrived about 10:30AM.

I picked up:
Deep Blue Sea 12.99
Open Water/Open Water 2 $7.99
High Tension $7.99
Wonderland $7.99

Maybe the $7.99 price is because of Reward Zone? Hell of a deal!

Just a word of warning, Open Water doesn't look very good. I assume it was shot with SD cameras because it looks like 28 Days Later. Still an excellent film though.

Every single time Best Buy has some sort of special deal going on....most Best Buy employees are completely clueless. I just love reading all these stories of them talking down to us saying "movies only come out on Tuesdays" and then getting the flier shoved in their face that proves otherwise. I've heard that they all have little meetings before the store opens to build some sort of team spirit. You'd think they might mention "Oh yeah and we have a special blu-ray sale today for Lionsgate titles that Beth will be setting up on an endcap, so be aware.".....but no.

sancho
  Aug 30, 2010
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Wow! Who would have thought that "Deep Blue Sea", was going to sell shitloads and be a major seller? Would be cool if the price drop puts it in the top 5 sales for the week. The other studios may take notice and lower their prices for older titles.

tcdrek
  Aug 30, 2010
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Does anyone know if the Wonderland blu-ray contains Wadd: The Life & Times of John C. Holmes (which was included on the original 2 Disc DVD edition)? When I went to Best Buy yesterday and looked at the blu-ray it was not advertised on the back, but then again, the original DVD did not advertise the documentary’s inclusion either. Thanks.

MikeScott
  Aug 30, 2010
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Good point slimdude, I may have to make a special trip, otherwise how does that site-to-store work? Do you pay for them online and just pick them up at the store? Do they charge shipping?
bfellow
  Aug 30, 2010
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All we have to do this lock down this room!

jonnoble27
  Aug 30, 2010
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I dunno if anyone has seen this but some dude is selling of best buy exclusive blus on ebay for way more than sale price. For example I think Deep Blue Sea is going for 21.xx + 3.00 shipping. Kinda smart if you ask me.

MikeScott
  Aug 30, 2010
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Does he have any bids?

slimdude
  Aug 31, 2010
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MikeScott,

Go to Best Buy's website homepage. Once it's uploaded, move your pointer over to Products. Scroll down, and click Movies, Music & Books.

You will see a field saying- "All categories"... Click the blue check mark, and scroll down to "title".

Type the name of the Blu-ray in the other field ( next to title) then another page will upload, showing the blu-ray, and the status of its availability.

Add the item to your cart.

In your cart where it said "Delivery Options" click "Pick Up", then click "Select Store".

On the next page, enter the zip code, or city, and state that is nearest to your residence.

The next page, it'll show a list of stores within that area that you've chosen. If the item is available at that location, it will have a green select button right next to that particular store. Click the select button to purchase. After the order is completed, Best Buy will notify the store's location to reserve the items at their customers service desk, then Best Buy will send you an email within 24hrs, when the order is ready to be picked up. Best Buy doesn't charge for shipping, and handling, when merchandise is being picked up at the store. The only additional charge you'll have to pay for is tax.

You have another option, you may want to consider and it's easier, since you have to drive there anyway! You can call the store direct, and give them the names of the Blu-rays that you want, and they'll check to see if they still have them in stock, and if so, they will hold them for you at customer service . They may only hold them for a certain amount of time.

MikeScott
  Aug 31, 2010
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Thanks. I did it. I ordered HIGH TENSION, SECRETARY, HARD CANDY, and OPEN WATER/OPEN WATER 2. I was a bit worried at first because it said they were "back-ordered" and wouldn't be available for 1-2 weeks, but then I remembered someone saying they did that and it said they weren't available but they received a notice that they could be picked up shortly after. And that's what happened to me. They are available for pick-up. Awesome. Now I don't have to worry about them not being there.

Troy73
  Aug 31, 2010
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My copy of Deep Blue Sea came in pretty fast. When I went in to pick it up I noticed they had the endcap today. It wasn't there on Sunday when I went in but the girl I spoke to said Sunday night they had it up. She said it got wiped out. However, today it was completely restocked with a new shipment they received this morning. So those who are looking and finding titles they want are selling out, just keep an eye out. Your store will be restocking soon too.

Frozenpinky
  Aug 31, 2010
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The end result is, if your Best Buy doesnt have them displayed, they suck

If you're a fan of any of these films and you're waiting until Oct 5th, you suck.

These deals are the closest thing to a steal in the history of the format!

Phxsns1
  Aug 31, 2010
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OK, I just ordered Blair Witch and Hard Candy for store pickup, and whenever I check the status for the order on the website, it says "Not Available" at my local store. What does that mean???

slimdude
  Sep 01, 2010
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MikeScott,

I'm glad everything worked out for you! Enjoy your movies.

Troy73
  Sep 01, 2010
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@Phxsns1= For this promotion, online ordering seems to be hit or miss. Your best bet is to go to the store yourself. I don't know how convenient that is or isn't for you. Believe me the deals are worth the effort.


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