Consumers who wish to take advantage of this offer need only to visit the titles' Amazon
pages and click the "Clip this coupon" button located just above the "Special Offers and
Product Promotions" section. The button will then turn into the green-bolded statement,
"You have clipped this coupon," and $8/$5 will be deducted from the order total at
Should Amazon reduce the prices between now and the release date of the titles, the $8/$5
discounts will also apply to the lower price, provided you lock in the coupon while
Amazon is still offering it. These type of coupons are usually available for about a week.
Not a bad promotion. Frankenweenie 3D is tempting although I haven't seen it yet. My question is what is the difference between the Muppet Christmas Carol Collectors Edition (the one the coupon is for) and the Muppet Christmas Carol It's Not Easy Being Scrooge Edition? The only real difference I can see is that the Collectors Edition comes with a dvd. If that's truly it, I don't feel the need to spend an extra $5.13 for the dvd to be included. Can anyone else confirm other differences in the two editions?
Ordered both of them. Coupon came at a perfect time as my trial period of Amazon Prime ends in 4 or 5 days & even though I plan on cancelling before charged $79 all orders placed during it still keep the free 2 day shipping.
hendersd....there is no "gizmo", just a button on the Amazon web page that doesn't ever print...you click the button that is labelled 'Clip this coupon' and it will be applied to your order...you can only use the coupon once and to see which coupons you have clipped and not used, you just go to the coupons page at amazon.com/coupons
I'm gonna pass on Muppet Christmas Carol, too, until the geniuses at Disney release the un-edited version. For such a big company that supposedly prides itself on its "art" they sure know how to poorly handle a lot of their releases.
The DVD for Muppet Christmas Carol that is included in the collector's edition likely has both the edited (widescreen) and uncut(full screen) version as the previous DVD release had both on the same disc. Hopefully they aren't so lazy that they didn't just slap it on there.
OK, erlinmeyer. My Bad. Apparently things have changed. The old "coupon printer" you had to install was (for me) touch and go. One shouldn't have to download various forms of software just to print coupons. Thanks for the clarification.