Amazon's Blu-ray Deals of the Week affect Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment's Home Alone Collection as well as Paramount Home Media Distribution's three-season pack of Star Trek: The Original Series. Through December 1st, Amazon is offering these sets for, in Home Alone's case, a 52% discount from its SRP of $24.99, and, in Star Trek's case, a 60% discount from its SRP of $321.99.
The Home Alone set bundles together the first two entries in Twentieth Century Fox's blockbuster comedy franchise:
The Home Alone Collection also contains an assortment of bonus supplements, including behind-the-scenes documentaries, interviews with cast and crew members, and an audio commentary with director Chris Columbus and star Macaulay Culkin on the first Home Alone film.
Amazon is offering the Home Alone Collection for $11.99.
The Star Trek: The Original Series package, on the other hand, bundles together all three seasons of the iconic 1960's science-fiction series about the intergalactic adventures of the Starship Enterprise and its intrepid crew.
Paramount's twenty-disc Blu-ray set presents the three seasons in their 1.33:1 broadcast aspect ratio with 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio tracks. The set also contains bonuses such as newly restored prints and digital effects on all Star Trek episodes, episode previews, behind-the-scenes featurettes, and pop-up trivia tracks on selected episodes.
Amazon is offering Star Trek: The Original Series for $129.99.
These deals expire at 12 AM PST/3 AM EST next Sunday, December 2nd.
I had ST on Price Tracker at $150 for the longest time, then the UK set was dropped to £72.91 (with Swedish tax) and I bought it. Fortunately that still comes to the equivalent of just below $117, so I'm still happy
But, definitely a good price, if anybody has been on the fence on the ST set now is the time to strike!
That IS a great price, but I ALREADY HAVE Season 1 from a previous sale! They've been holding Seasons 2 & 3 price hostage forever. I'd hate to have to have to double-dip on Season 1 just to complete my set.
OgScorpion, it will play region free Blu-rays, but Region Free doesn't mean the frame rate is compatible. I own UK sets of 'Mummy', 'Bourne', and 'Potter' series and couple others. When I bought 'Sherlock', no go. Had to buy it in America. Conversation for another thread.
I would LOVE Star Trek. I paid $132 to buy the remastered set over 5 years ago. I hang my head in shame now! Still, so much to catch up on, and Amazon Prime members can watch re-mastered Trek in HD for free.
@obriensg1: Thanks for the reply. It really helps alot. I also read the comments/reviews of the UK version of Universal Classic Monsters and they do work on PS3. I just bought it for the mere price of $42.62 which is way cheaper than the US price of $129.00.
I had picked up the Star Trek: TOS volumes used from a local used game/video store for just over $100 a year ago. They were all in very good condition because of the BD disk coatings. It was worth every penny!!
LOL Gunslinger. My wife doesn't control me. Anything either of us want that's over a hundred bucks, we pass it by the other one. We have both found over the years that all we need is someone to tell us why something is a waste of money and then we won't buy it. It's saved us a lot of green over the years.