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VUDU no longer offering Disc + Digital?

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  • quackman
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    Yes, it was a great and unique option that made Vudu stand out from its competitors. It really helped me when I first started my digital collection. Eventually I moved to buying digital movies only, but disk to digital is really what got me going and I'm not sure I would have changed to digital without it. Thank you Vudu!

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  • mike1sc
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    A moment of silence please for disc+digital. It was a very nice option for those who are physical disk and digital collectors. I hope someone down the line activates this process once again. If they don't, it was a great option Vudu. It was literally the best option out there for collectors. Thank you for the time it was active!

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  • Cranston37
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    Originally posted by GPein View Post

    Where was this announced?
    This thread where we had been talking about it...

    https://forum.vudu.com/forum/vudu/ge...ore#post530350

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  • GPein
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    Originally posted by Cranston37 View Post

    You would be correct - that was announced about 2 weeks ago...
    Where was this announced?

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  • Cranston37
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    Originally posted by GPein View Post
    Apparently Disc and Digital isn't available still, guess it's gone for good.
    You would be correct - that was announced about 2 weeks ago...

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  • GPein
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    Apparently Disc and Digital isn't available still, guess it's gone for good.

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  • mike1sc
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    Ordered Hobbs and Shaw on D+D, had the digital immediately, and the disk arrived 3 days later. Yeah!

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  • mike1sc
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    Originally posted by FelipeF View Post
    D+D is NOT going away. The list is being worked on and should be updated soon.
    OK Felipe, just what is the definition of "soon"? Soon so far has been 10 days since your last comment concerning disk + digital. I like D+D because I know I am getting a UHD copy when buying this way, not so when buying the disk and trying to redeem the code. Too many examples like Scarface out there where you buy the 4K disk, and it redeems at the HDX level, even though FN and MA have the movie at the UHD level.

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  • tbdave
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    FelipeF Any news on when this will be available again?

    I'd love to buy Scary Stories 4K D+D.

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  • Wasteland
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    Did D+D slow down too? Seems like D/M2D has as well. I hope this isn't a sign of things to come.

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  • ShadyMcGrady
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    Originally posted by colbyw View Post
    Will D+D be rolling out again soon - is there an ETA? Thanks Felipe
    I'm curious about this, too.

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  • colbyw
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    Will D+D be rolling out again soon - is there an ETA? Thanks Felipe

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  • Alan Gordon
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    Originally posted by gamescan View Post
    Could this maybe see the introduction of a cart system, so we can order multiple discs at once and avoid shipping?

    Because, as-is, D+D is only price effective on a pre-order. Post release, the $5.99 shipping per disc is excessive.
    Hopefully they'll also offer the ability to pre-order D+D instead of waiting until the digital is released (or 5:00 P.M. the day of release).

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  • gamescan
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    Originally posted by mike1sc View Post
    I've always thought that was kind of funny due to them having the same owner.
    It's not just owned by Walmart. Vudu is located on the Walmart Silicon Valley campus.

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  • mike1sc
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    The true benefit to D+D is that you can get the digital copy several days and sometimes weeks before the disk is released. It hasn't bothered me too much on getting the disk late due to having access to the movie digitally. The key for me using this has always been as a pre-order, as the crazy shipping charges kick in after the release date. I know people have been complaining about those charges for over 2 years, and nothing has changed. Vudu has blamed Walmart in the past. I've always thought that was kind of funny due to them having the same owner. I can order the movie from BB and with free shipping. I can pre-order from Vudu and shipping is free. After the release date thru Vudu, shipping charges of at least $5.99 kick in, which makes no sense at all. Just buy your disks from someone other than Vudu after the release date because it is cheaper.

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