Warner Brothers and Warner Archive Cyber DVD and Blu Ray Sale

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  1. legz

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    Warner Brothers extended their Cyber sale an additional day through 11-30-2010, with free shipping, and no minimum order. Blu rays disc under $8, dvds under $3. The Nightmare on Elm Street 8 disc dvd set is now on sale for $14.99. The Warner Archive sale is buy 5 single dvds for $50 and get free shipping. I just ordered the Green Slime Dvd and four other dvds for $50.
     
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    Darga Narcissistic Personality

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    I really want the Green Slime, but there aren't another four discs that I'm interested in unfortunately. Or "fortunately" considering I'm trying to curtail my purchasing of DVDs anyway.
     
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    Thanks for pointing this out. It gave me an excuse to get a few of these. I ordered The Green Slime, The Phantom Tollbooth, Hammer's She and Crescendo, Return to Salem's Lot and Don't Be Afraid of the Dark.

    I know, that's six. But I couldn't not try Crescendo, being a Hammer production.
     
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    DAMN! I just missed it! And I had 5+ titles in my wishlist. Why didn't I get an e-mail for this sale? I've bought from Warner Archives in the past.

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    I received the e-mail for the sale the morning of the sale, or else I wouldn't have known about the sale. Warner didn't do a very good job of notifying people of the sale in my opinion.
     

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