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Blu-ray 3D Titles on Sale for $14.99 at Amazon

Posted November 19, 2012 06:04 PM by Tony Sanchez

Blu-ray 3D
3D Blu-ray Movies for $14.99


Amazon rencently reduced the prices of many popular Blu-ray 3D titles to $14.99. This unannounced sale can expire at any time. Titles in the offer include:

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MTS
  Nov 19, 2012
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Yep, just about everything... except The Avengers.

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Cplhicks
  Nov 19, 2012
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I bought most of these already, at least the ones I want. I will be getting a refund on Prometheus though. That must be a new record for quick drop on a 3d movie.

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KingLeonidas300
  Nov 19, 2012
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Some decent titles, wish Captain America and Thor were on the list. Oh well.

Cheers!

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GuyIncognito
  Nov 19, 2012
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These are the same titles in the current Best Buy ad. Amazon is matching nearly everything that others are advertising in regards to movies at least (both blu-ray and DVD)

edit: Be sure to read the reviews of I, Robot before purchasing it. It will make you opt for the 2D version I'm sure.

thephantomcat
  Nov 19, 2012
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Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengance should be on this list, too. I'm grabbing a few titles I haven't had the chance to purchase yet.
MoulinBlu
  Nov 19, 2012
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"Amazon rencently reduced the prices of many popular Blu-ray 3D titles to $14.99. This unannounced sale can expire at any time."

You mean they recently pricematched Best Buy on many popular BD3D titles, and the "unannounced sale" will likely expire when BB's prices return to normal, as these 3D price drops were advertised in Best Buy's weekly flyer and should be good for the dates listed in such.

I'm all for making people aware of the deals, but credit should be given where credit is due. If not for Best Buy and the countless buyers who report lower prices to amazon week in, week out, odds are amazon's prices wouldn't be what they are on MANY titles this week.

There are others at BB that amazon has yet to match, btw, like Harold and Kumar Christmas BD3D.

visualsynth
  Nov 19, 2012
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Need Piranha 3D!

EricJ
  Nov 19, 2012
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Everything except what I need.
(Although I could be tempted by Adventures of Tintin, it's on my Amazon wish list. More for stocking than for rewatch, but it ain't bad.)
KcMsterpce
  Nov 19, 2012
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Thanks for the update.
Unlike SOME people, not all of us (say, living in Korea) can go to Best Buy and/or have knowledge of the fact that Amazon just price matched it.
Once again, it's nice to know. Perhaps even the person who wrote this article was being nice and helpful, unaware that BB is the "source" and needs to "give credit where it's due".

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VaporX94
  Nov 19, 2012
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No TRON Legacy? Bummer.

bajor27
  Nov 19, 2012
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Hugo 3D is also unfortunately not on that list.

I did order TinTin though. I already own Titanic and Prometheus in 3D, and many others on that list in 2D. I'm still not a huge 3D fan, but I'll bite if the move (and price) is right.
Juanded
  Nov 20, 2012
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I picked some of these on sunday morning like promethus, Vampire hunter and others. I'm also waiting on a good price for Thor and Captain America...
srenjith
  Nov 20, 2012
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And for people like us from India, Amazon accepts Indian credit card for online buy whereas BB won't..I know BB has best offers, but other nationalities can't buy online and ship!!!
hijeff1
  Nov 20, 2012
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RUsum1, what was wrong with the I Robot 3D? I liked the I Robot 3D transfer.

prof_ho11ow
  Nov 20, 2012
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I kind of wanted Pirates! Band of Misfits, because I love claymation and enjoyed the movie. However, I will probably pass since the review on here and users seem to say it's not worth watching in 3D.

Russell_L
  Nov 20, 2012
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Too bad 'Dial M for Murder' isn't included.....
MoulinBlu
  Nov 20, 2012
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@ KcMsterpce: I wasn't discouraging buying from amazon. I probably spend at least ten times as much at amazon than BB, myself. I was just pointing out that there are more deals on Best Buy that amazon hasn't matched, as I'm sure most BD.com readers are from the US and can take advantage of them, as well as elaborating on the reporters suspicous implication that the prices may be short lived, appearing to encourage a rush to buy rather than due diligence - not that such isn't warranted, as amazon's pricematching is extremely inconsistent and unpredictable, where BB's prices should be good all week.

With very few exceptions, this site doesn't usually pimp any vendor but the one they're affiliated with and thus have financial incentive to do so. Nothing wrong with putting more effort into amazon sales, because they have financial incentive to do so. But, ever seen the movie Miracle on 34th Street? If they are genuinely motivated toward helping their readership find the best deals they shouldn't always advertise exclusively the low prices from the one store they get money from. As to your other comment, I would expect any "professional" journalist to know enough about the industry they're reporting on to be aware where these deals are coming from when it's as obvious as this. But, unlike print media, there are no ethical standards or experience qualifications for online journalism - just put it up fast and delete it later, no verification, no retraction, no correction, no apology, no credibility.

I buy a lot from amazon, but still feel a little guilty sometimes, knowing that, if not for Best Buy and maybe Wal-mart and Target, I'd likely be paying a lot more for all the BDs I buy.

Z0MBI3
  Nov 20, 2012
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Picked um up at my local BB. Thanks for the post, and the people who replied informing everyone that is was actually BB's sale. Thanks!

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Ashamed Pegasus
  Nov 20, 2012
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"Amazon rencently reduced the prices of many popular Blu-ray 3D titles to $14.99. This unannounced sale can expire at any time."

What a joke. Either the author is absolutely clueless in regards to Blu-ray deals or he's just giving Amazon credit they don't deserve.
KcMsterpce
  Nov 20, 2012
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MoulinBlu - Respectable response. If I was in the US, I would scour the shelves at Target, Wal-mart and BB every week (like I used to do), but these days I'm stuck with Amazon. Not necessarily a bad thing; it's better than nothing. I may be "luckier" following this site because they do post a lot of Amazon deals, and I don't often notice the BB discounts because it doesn't apply to me. It's kind of a subliminally filtered search on my part, most likely.

As for this deal: I bought Tin-Tin, The Final Destination and am waiting and waiting for Harold & Kumar Christmas. Been waiting a year haha.

EricJ
  Nov 20, 2012
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@ashamed - Oh, they mean "Anytime".
Three days ago, I was THAT close to getting Nightmare Before Xmas 3D for $19.99, and by the time I scraped my credit together for a discount, it'd jumped back up to $30 (in time for Black Friday). With Amazon, you go by daily market prices.

thephantomcat
  Nov 20, 2012
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KcMxterpce, Harold and Kumar is worth it. One of my top 3D picks.

Picked up Titanic, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengance, and Journey to the Center of the Earth.

Jimmy W
  Nov 21, 2012
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I have not bought any 3D equipment yet but will likely upgrade in the future. QUERY: Will these 3D Blu-ray titles play in 2D on 2D equipment? Thanks in advance for any replies.

Marine Mike
  Nov 21, 2012
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Jimmy W - A lot of these are combo packs. So they come with Blu-ray 3D Disc + Blu-Ray Disc + DVD Disc. Also, some are just one disc and one side 3D and the other normal. Be sure to look at the description first before purchasing.
glimfeather
  Nov 21, 2012
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It looks like the Owls of Ga'hoole is just a 3D blu-ray/2D blu-ray pack, so no DVD/Digital copy like it says on the link from here. Still getting it, but thought I would mention it for others interested in the title.

Jimmy W, I haven't gotten my 3D setup yet either, but I'm pretty sure a 3D disc won't work with a 2D setup. However, a lot of these are combo packs with a 3D disc, 2D disc and sometimes a DVD/digital copy disc, at least the ones I've been interested have been. If you're looking to go 3D anyway, you may as will get these, right? I don't think you'll see better prices for a looong time.

nward
  Nov 21, 2012
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these are all $15 at best buy...looks like just a price match
coolhive
  Nov 21, 2012
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No Avatar? Booo!

Blu-violet
  Nov 21, 2012
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i thought good black friday prices on BDs were like 4-8$...when did 15$ become good?

thephantomcat
  Nov 21, 2012
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Because 3D Blu-rays are never this cheap. Especially combo packs. If you check out the deals page, you'll see these are all new lowest prices.

WhySoCereal
  Nov 21, 2012
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I ordered Titanic and Tintin


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