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Bond 50 for $99.99, Amazon Gold Box Deal of the Day (Sold Out)

Posted November 24, 2012 12:00 AM by Webmaster

MGMToday's Amazon's Blu-ray Gold Box Deal of the Day is the popular $299.99 MSRP Bond 50 box set for only $99.99. This box set bundles together the twenty two films made through the 50 years of EON Productions/MGM's James Bond franchise from 1962 till 2008, and has space for the upcoming Skyfall (2012) Blu-ray which is also available for pre-order separately on Amazon now.

The set includes:



Buy Bond 50 on Blu-ray

The Gold Box deal presents the set at a markdown price of $99.99 from its SRP of $299.99; the 23-disc set offers the 22 movies alongside over 120 hours of supplemental features, behind-the-scenes documentaries, interviews with cast and crew members, archival footage, rare deleted scenes, and audio commentaries; plus comes in a handsomely designed book style packaging featuring photographs of all the Bonds and their corresponding Bond girls.









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admiral_akbar
 - Nov 23, 2012

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I hope we get a deal on the UK set too!!

journbon
 - Nov 23, 2012

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wjasoncul
 - Nov 23, 2012

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@journbon - Amazon already matched it at 129.99 for a couple days there. You missed out! This deal should be lower than that however.

drevill
 - Nov 23, 2012

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Anyone heard at what time approximately this will be going on sale at? I asked Amazon customer service a few days ago, but they said they had no info.

hitnrun017
 - Nov 23, 2012

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If it's anywhere near $99.99 I'll pick it up. It'll be my one big purchase.

someonesinthewolf
 - Nov 23, 2012

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mjcavinder
 - Nov 23, 2012

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Does the set come with that white paper?

Deciazulado
 - Nov 23, 2012

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No. That's from the review: http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Bond-50-Blu-ray/36569/#Review

wjasoncul
 - Nov 23, 2012

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It's back down to 129.99 on AZ for those people that don't want to wait until tomorrow

Blu Titan
 - Nov 23, 2012

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It is rumored to sell for $109.99 as a Gold Box Deal of the Day.

Shadoe555
 - Nov 24, 2012

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If they can find some way to muster a price of $99.99, they will pass that psychological barrier into the double-digit urgent purchase, and they will sell a wagonload of these!

Shadoe555
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Umm, Deciazulado... I think mjcavinder was joking about the white paper. It made me chuckle... :-)

king_dbz
 - Nov 24, 2012

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it's at $200, so that means it's only gonna go lower as the day goes on ?

Skrillex
 - Nov 24, 2012

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king_dbz
 - Nov 24, 2012

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sampanaflex
 - Nov 24, 2012

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99.99. just placed my order.

robbiegomez
 - Nov 24, 2012

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SOOO glad they went down to $99.99, best deal of the week

king_dbz
 - Nov 24, 2012

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NEVERMIND. SORRY SKRILLEX

mikedx
 - Nov 24, 2012

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99.99. Just ordered mine.

tridon
 - Nov 24, 2012

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It still says "COMING SOON" for me. Where are you guys finding the deal already?

zeram1
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Just add it to your cart!

forestlite
 - Nov 24, 2012

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just add it to the cart and the $99.99 price will appear!

robbiegomez
 - Nov 24, 2012

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if you dont see it coming up you can just do a regular search for it on amazon and then under the "new" and "used" tabs the "new" one says $99.99

Skrillex
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Thanks for the Info. everyone, cheers!

hierophant
 - Nov 24, 2012

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$99.99 ... SOLD

ogscorpion
 - Nov 24, 2012

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It's $99.99 and just bought it.

dragon53
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Got one.....now I have to sell the other 007 Blu-rays I already have.

But where is the $30 Indiana Jones?

Hendrix1564
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Shut up and take my money. Easiest purchase Ive ever made.

LynxFX
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Even though I just bought Quantum earlier I picked this up, and a second one as a gift. Price is too good to pass up and it is a nicely made set.

DavidDR
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Ordered.

Citizen281
 - Nov 24, 2012

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No Mr. Bond... I expect you to buy it!

alvinttl
 - Nov 24, 2012

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a good price not to miss...$99.99...worth waiting...

NickMate
 - Nov 24, 2012

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at $4.37 a film, who the hell will pass this up!!!

Shadoe555
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Just bought 2... One for me and one for my Dad. He was in the Air Force back in the mid-sixties and used to take my Mom out on dates to those early Connery movies on the base. My Mom was more interested in cuddling up to him, but he was more enthralled with watching the awesome Bond movie unfolding on the screen. It's a miracle I was even born at all!

thephantomcat
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Sweet deal.

SilverBullet007
 - Nov 24, 2012

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So glad I waited! What an epic collection! I can't wait!!!

Banyass
 - Nov 24, 2012

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There is a God!

journbon
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Great deal. Just picked one up!

Galley
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Great Googly Moogly!

Armondo22
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Amazing deal.... Thought I got a deal at $125! These movies look amazing! Definitely worth it.

dodgeb100
 - Nov 24, 2012

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I got mine....can't wait!!

nycomet
 - Nov 24, 2012

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$99 is an amazing price!

mordeckai
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Dammit, I am broke this month :P

Ray O. Blu
 - Nov 24, 2012

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No white paper = No sale

andyk69
 - Nov 24, 2012

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what about the indiana jones adventures? they were also advertised for a deal this week at amazon and nothing so far

ilad
 - Nov 24, 2012

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I read online via a google search that the people who penned the last 5 are done after Skyfall but Craig has a contract for 2 more after Skyfall. So why did they not add 2 more blank spots for those films? I'd hate to have those 2 in separate Blu-ray cases. So do you think after those 2 movies are out, they will re-release this box set? I'd hate to have to buy it again. If they did they would have time to make improvements. I get suspicious when they discount stuff deeply like this as my experience has taught me either the release stinks and are not selling well like the LOTR theatrical release because of the issues with it or something else is coming along that is "better" to replace it. My wife will have a fit if i had to buy it again and took a loss selling the old set.

On on another topic why is it the the UK folks got the Harry Potter set for $35 and we did not? Also why was it advertised everywhere on blogs and such as the UK amazon site does not let you ship to the USA? I'd prefer a box set but i bought each movie individually as they released with the last 2 in 3D.

DanaCameron7320
 - Nov 24, 2012

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@ilad: The set is called Bond 50 because it contains all the Bond films released in the first 50 years of the franchise (1962-2012). Any future films will be separate releases.

I thought it was a real touch of class to include a space for Skyfall, even though the BD won't be out until 2013. I just hope the cover art on the disc itself matches the cover art of the other discs in the box and that any and all special features are on that one disc.

I only had Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace on blu, but I'm hanging on to Casino because a Bond Girls feature included on the original release wasn't included in the Bond 50 set.

mjcavinder
 - Nov 24, 2012

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$5 a piece?...sweet!

mport5150
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Looks like it is sold out

SuperC142
 - Nov 24, 2012

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I had it in my cart, watch the little promo video on the product page, and bam- sold out. I guess I snoozed...

theone962
 - Nov 24, 2012

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sold out...i wonder if its going to drop again, but i dont think it will

SuperC142
 - Nov 24, 2012

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"Due to high demand, the Bond 50 collection has sold out, but we have another great deal for you today. For 73% off, enjoy a collection of seven of Marilyn Monroe's best and most popular films, presented on Blu-ray, the perfect format to showcase Marilyn's flawless beauty."

And, immediately below that:

"Sold Out!"

Ha- what next?

nicknifty
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Forever Marilyn is still available for 27$

SuperC142
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Yeah, I must have seen it some some strange transitional state- sorry about that.

cizel21
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Hate it for those that missed out, I ordered mine at 4:00 a.m. and got it no problem for $100 best deal ever. The only reason I was still up was because me and my friend were getting wasted off Makers Mark in celebration of my birthday which is today. So happy birthday to me.

ogscorpion
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Costco is selling the Forever Marilyn for $24.99.

artim1
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Ilad---UK does indeed allow shipping to the US. Just takes a little longer. you can go to amazon.co.uk and check out the details. Of course the British pound will be converted to US currency (details there as well). The Potter 8 film set was a steal at $35 US, shipping included. I also got the UK Universal Classic Monsters box for $42 US. Check out their site and you'll find deals and discs not available here--just be sure they are region-free discs.

STD
 - Nov 24, 2012

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I am happy I set my alarm for 3am for this. Ordered within 10 minutes then went back to sleep.

artim1
 - Nov 24, 2012

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A truly amazing deal....Glad I stayed up til midnight!! Bought 2 sets...one as a gift, one for me.

drevill
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Yeah, I stayed up until midnight for this too. Glad I did. Stellar deal.

I*heart*Criterion
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Bought TWO gold box deals in one day... wowza!

Excellent bargains for both!

grundy
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Got both Bond and Marilyn sets. I know what I'm watching over Xmas break: martinis, girls, and guns. And, apparently, Jack Lemmon in drag.

ilovenola2
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Had most of the Bonds already but leapt upon the Marilyn set (oops! Unfortunate choice of words! Sorry! (Smiling sheepishly!)

MikaLove
 - Nov 24, 2012

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STD
 - Nov 24, 2012

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MikaLove I am happy your angry complaing ...... missed this. Cry some more.

wolvereign
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Oh well too bad it's sold out... I just saved 99$!

cizel21
 - Nov 24, 2012

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For those that missed out Best Buy online is still selling it for $130 still not bad. I thankfully was one of the lucky ones who got it from Amazon.

mrzero27
 - Nov 24, 2012

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You all can take (quantum of) solace that someday, somewhere, this set will be $69.95.

cizel21
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Speaking of Quantum of Solace why on earth is Amazon selling it for $40! That's crazy.

mrzero27
 - Nov 24, 2012

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I contacted Amazon. Here's the actual exchange:

-----Chat-----

You are now connected to Datrika from Amazon.com.

Me:So you have the Bond Blu Rays to buy now for $349.99, but are not selling them at the agreed price anymore???

Datrika:Hello, My name is Sadhana. I'll be glad to help you.
I am sorry for the inconvenience but unfortunately the deal was lifted up.

Me:But you still have them for $349.99, and it was advertised as a 24 hour deal. Why lifted? It seems a bit unfair.

Datrika:Yes. The item is still available but for the much higher price. All the stock will not be listed for a discount so, once all the customer completes the purchase of the allocated stock, the item becomes available at a normal price.
However, you might see the deal coming up in future. Look out for the deal on our Website.
I apologize for any kind of inconvenience that might have caused you.

Me:Thanks. I will certainly pass this along.

Datrika:You're Welcome. And thank you so much for taking the initiative. I will surely forward this concern to our respected department so that they'll look into this further and see what can be done further to better the situation.

Me:Thanks. Appreciate that. Bye.

Jr7936
 - Nov 24, 2012

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not to burst your bubble but when I asked about a sale on their site they wouldn't give me a total answer as well, like check back and it might happen. I forget if it actually did or not but i posted it on this forum. I don't think it ever did though

STD
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Thisis the whinest generation ever! People missed the sale and instead of accepting it like normal people they write Amazon to complain.Sad.

cjpaw1983
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Woo hoo!! Glad I just went ahead and one-clicked that. Could not pass up $99 dollars for all 22 movies.

ChiefSequatchie
 - Nov 24, 2012

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I got a couple of days ago from Best Buy for $129

Raphdude
 - Nov 24, 2012

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Was up early am, and grabbed it. Wasn't going to buy this because I had already bought the ones from 2008. But this deal was so good, I couldn't turn it down.

MikaLove
 - Nov 24, 2012

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It's not "whining" to complain about a retailer PROMISING a deal for 24 hours but not at all keeping that promise. I mean, why have the deal in the first place? Amazon has been around since the 90ies, so they should definitely know what kind of demand and supply to expect.
Totally lifting the deal like that, is unacceptable. And they weren't even out of copies!
It's just money hunger and feeding off us customers.
They are certainly not taking any risks to really please us, more than for moments and a chosen, lucky few.

If you were quick to get a copy well GOOD for you, but that doesn't mean you have the right to call the rest of us "whiners". A deal is a deal. It's like a contract! You can't just lift a deal like that. Not with the amount of money and resources and knowledge they have!
They just simply got the jitters and thought they'd lose too much money in time for Christmas. Like "what the hell are we doing?"
If this was not the case, then why will they not promise us that the set will go on sale again in the foreseeable future?

And FYI, it wasn't even I who wanted a copy, because then I would've bought one. I was upset about the way Amazon went about this. The thing in general.
Not that "damn I was too slow and missed out on a deal". Those deals are called lightning deals. But a Gold Box Deal of the DAY, is supposed to last a day, and not a few hours.
It's their absolute responsibility to keep a promise like that.
There are simply no excuses!
It would've been a different story if we were talking about a small electronics shop with not so many years in the business and a limited amount of customers. Then I'd have forgiven them. But not in this case. Amazon are too big for that. My expectations are just as huge. If they make an error, they have to rectify it. Not go just "OOOPS, demand was too high - let's call it quits and lure the customers to buy another box set".

STD
 - Nov 24, 2012

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MikaLove your language seems like that of a man but your name seems femanine. What is going on there? You need to clarify yourself before I respond to you. I don't want to offend anyone.

Also I got a email saying mine shipped already. That means I will be enjoying it next week.

spawningblue
 - Nov 24, 2012

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I agree this was a deal of the day not a lightning deal. Should have been on all day. It's a big set they had to have know they would sell a lot. If you don't want to sell too many then again put it as a lightning deal not a deal of the day. The biggest insult is that they weren't even sold out as they were selling them a minute later for $250 and now $350. They aren't even matching best buys $130.

funker
 - Nov 24, 2012

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For what it's worth, Amazon's policy with Goldbox deals of the day has always been that they last 24 hours or until the amount set aside for the Goldbox price are sold out. On Amazon's facebook page when they announced the Marilyn Monroe set as the replacement Goldbox deal of the day, they admitted that the demand for the Bond set was far greater than anticipated and also told those who asked that another deal with the Bond set may be coming soon. So, while I can understand many being upset, it looks like Amazon isn't exactly thrilled with how this turned out either.

Oppo
 - Nov 24, 2012

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MikaLove,

Amazon had a set a specific amount aside and sold out. Get over it. As someone mentioned before, it's "Deal of the Day" not "Deal for the Day." You only have to look at yourself for missing this deal. Generation whine is clearly stronger than ever........

sampanaflex
 - Nov 25, 2012

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Amazon also advertised this deal DAYS in advance. I was very tempted to jump on the $130 price earlier this week, but I held out. Now my $100 set is on its way. Did anyone here think that this set was going to hang around at that price? I very simply waited (with the set in my cart) until midnight PST. A simple refresh at that hour and, boy howdy, I had the deal price. An allotment is exactly that. Ever shown up at the ballpark on bobblehead giveaway night a little late and missed out? Perhaps been sniped on an eBay auction at the last moment? It sucks. Do better next time. Stop whining.

DavidDR
 - Nov 25, 2012

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Yeah, there's no sense being upset about missing a deal. Like many others, I saw the deal was coming and made sure to be at home and ready when it happened. In fact, I was talking to Amazon.com via chat (asking why the deal wasn't up yet and if maybe I was going by the incorrect time zone) when the deal popped up a few minutes later. I ordered the set and then went to bed. I'm guessing that's how most folks did it, assuming Amazon.com would run out fairly quickly. A $300 set selling at $99 isn't going to last very long.

Scottywah
 - Nov 25, 2012

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I can understand anyone being upset about missing a great deal like this, but sometimes you win, and sometimes you don't. First World problems... ;-)

Anyway, I realized I didn't know all the ins and outs of Gold Box Deals myself, so I searched on Amazon for more info. Just go to the HELP link on Amazon and type in Gold Box Deals of the Day. Here's the specific section on Deals of the Day from the info page:

To purchase a Deal of the Day, simply click the "Add to Cart" button from the Gold Box page or the item's product page. When you have a choice between similar related products like different sheet set sizes, you'll see a "Learn more" button on the Gold Box page that will take you to a different page where you can make your selection. The price discount is available that day ONLY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST, so be sure to complete the checkout process once you add the item to your Cart.

[I put the pertinent part in caps.]

Swampthing
 - Nov 25, 2012

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I did get in on the Bond 50 deal without any issues, but given the severe reduction in price I had to wonder how many people bought multiple copies simply for resale at $150+ to make themselves a tidy profit? I didn't see if they had a limited quantity per person, but if not, something like this definitely warranted one.

The funny thing is that I purchased the Bond 50 set on Friday for $130, but after purchasing, I saw the item on the same page noting there was going to be a significant discount on Saturday. Immediately cancelled my order, and woke up about an hour into the deal the next morning with no problems.

I had placed a Price Watch on my account of $100, sorta thinking that would never happen. So I was definitely surprised at the drop.

Sutekh
 - Nov 25, 2012

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Good news for UK people, Bond 50 is currently on sale at Amazon UK for 75£, (add another 5£ for shipping and that's about $128 US)

worldchmps
 - Nov 25, 2012

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FYI, there was a limit in place. It was three. If you tried to put through an order for four, it told you that you had reached the limit and required that you change the quantity to continue. So, assuming many people purchased three at that price, it's understandable why their inventory dwindled so quickly.

RBBrittain
 - Nov 25, 2012

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@Sutekh: You left out the VAT refund for buyers from outside the EU. That cuts the price for Bond 50 UK shipped to the U.S. to $105 to $110--not too shabby a consolation prize. There's a few trade-offs, but the biggest (QoS is Region B-locked) only costs about $10 to fix; you also get the uncut Casino Royale (never released in the U.S.)

dodgeb100
 - Dec 01, 2012

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Got mine today....what an outstanding collection. Thank you Amazon!!


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