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Re: The Blu Rays you recently purchased thread

Posted: September 9th, 2016, 10:30 am
by lanza218
Bought the WWE Blu ray on History of Hardcore division.

Re: The Blu Rays you recently purchased thread

Posted: November 25th, 2016, 12:35 pm
by lanza218
Actually did hardly any black friday shopping. Didnt see many good deals. Picked up some wwe blurays for under $5 on wweshop, Dudleyz and Bishoff docs. WM32 and SS2016 as well

Re: The Blu Rays you recently purchased thread

Posted: November 26th, 2016, 10:35 am
by AsianDave
Picked up Season 2 of Flash, Bat v Superman, Capt. America Civil War, Deadpool, War craft, Xmen: Apocalypse all for 9.99 and under...

Re: The Blu Rays you recently purchased thread

Posted: November 26th, 2016, 10:38 am
by WOODMO
I had a pretty good haul, likely around 20 titles. Pretty much nothing I hadn't seen before, just got stuff I really liked, aside from a few. I also bought some iTunes digital codes for like $1.50-$2.00 each.

Brooklyn, Deadpool, BVS, Conjuring 2, Jungle Book, Star Trek, Kingsman, Concussion, etc. Many were under $5. Most were under $8, only one was above $10.

Re: The Blu Rays you recently purchased thread

Posted: November 26th, 2016, 12:28 pm
by AsianDave
Yah, there were quite a bit of DVDs for 3.99 as well, but I ddnt want my place looking like Joresky's where movies are piled high from floor to ceiling! :rofl:

Re: The Blu Rays you recently purchased thread

Posted: November 26th, 2016, 12:44 pm
by class316
I got Batman Vs Superman blu ray for $8.99. I was going to buy the 4k version since it was $1 more in order to future proof but the 4K version didn't have the extended release in regular blu ray :smh:

Re: The Blu Rays you recently purchased thread

Posted: December 21st, 2016, 11:38 am
by lanza218
Got few more Wwe ones for 3 bucks clearance like Rumble 2017 and rumble 2010, also home alone 1 and 2 on sale with scrogged

Re: The Blu Rays you recently purchased thread

Posted: December 21st, 2016, 12:51 pm
by WOODMO
I bought home alone 1/2 for the iTunes codes then sold them for price I paid. I've begun selling off titles I impulse bought or didn't like. Moving more towards cheap iTunes codes for my collection and less physical clutter

Re: The Blu Rays you recently purchased thread

Posted: December 21st, 2016, 12:52 pm
by class316
WOODMO wrote:I bought home alone 1/2 for the iTunes codes then sold them for price I paid. I've begun selling off titles I impulse bought or didn't like. Moving more towards cheap iTunes codes for my collection and less physical clutter
If you want digital why not just torrent.

I get movies with digital codes and don't even bother to redeem them. Because I prefer torrent over a legal digital source.

Re: The Blu Rays you recently purchased thread

Posted: December 21st, 2016, 4:02 pm
by MrTonyRuben
class316 wrote:
WOODMO wrote:I bought home alone 1/2 for the iTunes codes then sold them for price I paid. I've begun selling off titles I impulse bought or didn't like. Moving more towards cheap iTunes codes for my collection and less physical clutter
If you want digital why not just torrent.

I get movies with digital codes and don't even bother to redeem them. Because I prefer torrent over a legal digital source.
If you don't already, you can always sell those codes on ebay so they don't go to waste and have some extra money in the process.

Re: The Blu Rays you recently purchased thread

Posted: December 21st, 2016, 4:49 pm
by class316
MrTonyRuben wrote:
If you don't already, you can always sell those codes on ebay so they don't go to waste and have some extra money in the process.
I've tried selling them people don't want to pay much. Selling it for $2 or less isn't even worth the effort and the risk of paypal claim.

Re: The Blu Rays you recently purchased thread

Posted: December 21st, 2016, 5:09 pm
by WOODMO
Because external hard drives die and my TV is 65" so anything less than 1080p won't do. The iTunes stuff is stored on their cloud so I don't have to worry about losing my collection again

Re: The Blu Rays you recently purchased thread

Posted: December 21st, 2016, 5:19 pm
by WOODMO
Also you can't legally sell digital codes on eBay. I go on forum where I buy and sell. Many codes are both iTunes and UV so I sell the UV after I claim the iTunes.

Re: The Blu Rays you recently purchased thread

Posted: December 21st, 2016, 5:33 pm
by class316
WOODMO wrote:Because external hard drives die and my TV is 65" so anything less than 1080p won't do. The iTunes stuff is stored on their cloud so I don't have to worry about losing my collection again
Until they lose rights and all that bull crap. Don't forget the fact that when streaming you are at the mercy of your Internet connection and their servers.

You can also download in 1080p. Use one USB for watching movies this way you are not exerting wear and tear on the external drive where movies are stored.
WOODMO wrote:Also you can't legally sell digital codes on eBay. I go on forum where I buy and sell. Many codes are both iTunes and UV so I sell the UV after I claim the iTunes.
Yea I've tried forums as well. But again more often than not hardly worth the effort and risk for the $2 most people are willing to pay

Re: The Blu Rays you recently purchased thread

Posted: December 21st, 2016, 6:26 pm
by WOODMO
You'll eat donuts out of the trash but not make $2? lol

I don't like torrents. Needing to seed, etc. been there done that. It's an inconvenience and I know you can, and I used to, but 1080p is cumbersome and large. Then the need to extract. I'm over the hassle when I can get mist films this was from between $1-$5

I'm liking the iTunes collection, having spent years downloading and buying physical media. This is the perfect blend of convenience and permanence for me. iTunes rarely loses licenses and since I stream music and wrestling already I can deal being reliant on internet connection.

Though I won't sell the physicals of stuff I really like. Just the mistake purchases.