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Apologies in advance if this had been asked...

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    Apologies in advance if this had been asked...

    Here is my scenario: I only purchase HDX movies.

    I have purchased "Alien" and "Aliens" HDX. Now they have all Alien movies on HDX for sale in a bulk purchase. If I buy the package, have I essentially bought "Alien" and "Aliens" twice? or do I get a credit for the two I already own against the purchase of the package? Any input appreciated.

    I know this isn't the iTunes Store, but they have a "Complete Your Album" feature which does this very thing.

    Thank you!

    Re: Apologies in advance if this had been asked...

    You will end up paying twice.


      Re: Apologies in advance if this had been asked...

      Well you guys are leaving a lot of money on the table. I don't know many consumers that will pay more just to finish off a collection. I definitely won't.


        Re: Apologies in advance if this had been asked...

        Originally posted by insanityfan View Post
        I know this isn't the iTunes Store, but they have a "Complete Your Album" feature which does this very thing.Thank you!
        It's a nice feature. Wasn't aware of it. But that's also not common either. Be it in the store where you have to but the box set or the separate discs or most digital store, sans iTunes.

        I don't know how Apple handles the complete function but doing it when one item was purchased at regular price and the rest are purchased at sales price is starting to get complex. Especially since if you but something for say $20 and then next year it's $10 but they do a bunch sale on the new one($20 separate) and old one at huge discount and you get both for $20. Do they give you the complete for free since you already paid $20? Do they give you the current value of the single title $10? Do they give you nothing since it's "free" with purchase of the new $20 title. Do they give you proportioned amount $10 / $30 * $20 = $6.67?

        No matter what option, including not offering a complete option someone is going to feel slighted from "their" perspective, and in everyone's defence there is no "right" or "fair" answer. Especially as the more money they give away here the more they they have "make up" somewhere else as I'm sure they have financial targets to meet and this is just another tool, much like Apple's complete. You turn something on you have to turn something else off, unfortunately.


          Re: Apologies in advance if this had been asked...

          The easiest way to do it would be to refund the original transaction after you purchase the bundle. I wish they would let us do that with the Bond films, and bring the bundle back.


            Re: Apologies in advance if this had been asked...

            Would be a nice feature to have.

            The most logical way for this to work would be based on each movie in the bundle would be of equal value.
            so if its a 5 movie bundle for say $50, you have 2 of the movies allready
            50/5= $10 each
            50-20= you pay $30