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Old 01-27-2009, 08:01 PM   #1
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Hi, I finally have a little extra $$$, but I havent looked for hd dvd since i heard they lost the battle. I imagine they would be fairly cheap now, but I was wondering where the cheapest place to buy them would be. Specifically Hot fuzz, training day, or the matrix series. Thanks a bunch.
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120 HD DVD titles at Amazon under $6 with free supersaver shipping Lots of cheap titles . Picked up 5 for $29 the other day.
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http://search.inetvideo.com/search?p...id&isort=price
http://www.mountainviewmovies.com/hd
are good places to go to also
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Are these online stores reputable? Anyone have problems with either of the 2 before? Thanks.
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120 HD DVD titles at Amazon under $6 with free supersaver shipping Lots of cheap titles . Picked up 5 for $29 the other day.
I picked up a few myself, great prices
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Are these online stores reputable? Anyone have problems with either of the 2 before? Thanks.
inetvideo is fine. Takes a while to get your stuff as opposed to Amazon but it always gets to me.
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I bought from both pricing is excellent delivery is long but well worth the wait good stores for growth of collection
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inetvideo has good prices high shipping though.Bought from them a few times with no problems.

Anyways they have free shipping on orders over $50 right now.
Some good prices on blu-rays too,but i would check Walmart too as they lowered their prices on some Blu's..
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Unfortunately inetvideo's shipping is very high. I went to order 6 to 8 videos the other day and found out my shipping was around 30 bucks. That's ridiculous.
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I would probably agree that the best place to search for stuff like this is Amazon.. Very Reputable company to deal with aswell..
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Old 05-12-2009, 09:49 AM   #11
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I'd have to chime in as well regarding inetvideo.. yes their shipping might be high until you divide the price of shipping into the price and see howmuch ur getting per title.. With HDDVDs at 1.99 sometimes, it a good deal.

but do wait for their free shipping if your not in a hurry.. they do it once a month or so.
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I picked up a few myself, great prices
awesome...im gona get myself some too
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I agree, Amazon has the lowest prices for new and used HD DVDs. Another obvious place is eBay or other used item sales places, but you won't likely find too many Blu-ray there.
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"Base" has some very good offer on HD DVD's if you in the uk. They have 6 sets of 10 different discs for 12 but the various sets contains duplicated. Also they have quite a few discs for 1.99, worth a look.
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That's a great price for samsung hd dvd. It's a reasonable price.
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