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Fresh Prince & Martin "sale price" went up but why?

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    Fresh Prince & Martin "sale price" went up but why?

    Fresh Prince & Martin "sale price" went up but why

    03-31-2020, 11:07 PM
    Both of these shows have been on my wishlist for some time. I noticed they went on an unannounced sale last weekend for $29.99 which is a great price. I knew that Bad Boys 3 was being released so I waited in case there was an actor specific sale sure enough I was right and low and behold i see a sale banner still on my favorite 2 shows only to be let down. I click and open only to see that Fresh Prince went back up to $59.99 and Martin is at $49.99 which aren't really a sale price in my eyes. I'm not sure if it's an error but my question to Felipe or any other mod is can we get that price adjusted back down to what the sale price literally just was yesterday? Why would it rise in price excessively when you are having a major Will Smith/Martin Lawrence sale? Is it an error? Last week started at the same price only to drop to $29.99 on I believe Friday. Help me out Vudu I'm trying to give you some money

    #2
    Normally, the new sales happen new day on Tuesday (3AM EST). It appears that April's sales have not popped yet (currently 1 day late)... That said, there was 1 more day in March, and I just figured it would populate today (April 1st). Seems like the new week didn't kick over, and you are still looking at the sales from 2 weeks ago (as Fresh Prince and Martin have been on sale for a majority of March).

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      #3
      Thanks for the input but yes I am aware of sales starting on Tuesdays. Fresh Prince sale price wasn't reflected lower than $59.99 but just for a few days starting last Friday 3/27/20-3/30/20 (it actually started last Tuesday off at $59.99 as well before changing to $29.99 on Friday). My question isn't when sales occur or populate it's just about the odd pattern of these particular shows. The last big sales for these shows have been at the same time based on Bad Boys 3 being released in theaters and then it being released on digital which makes perfect sense. The release for theaters is when these shows dropped to $26.99 (best price I seen) and due to hard times I couldn't purchase them but now that they were $29.99 for a few days I wasn't understanding the big price rise once a major sale week started. Why raise the shows $30 and $20 on a major Will Smith/Martin Lawrence sale week that won't come around for maybe another year or two (or ever)? The pricing doesn't make sense when the show was rolled in from the previous week at a much lower price. Just asking Vudu to make sense of it and bring it back down to where it literally just was the night before the "sale" started on Tuesday.

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        #4
        Can Vudu fix the price back to under $30 for these shows like it was just a few days ago? Felipe????

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          #5
          There's nothing to fix if the sales over.

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            #6
            I guess I will state differently. Is it an error that prices went up the way they did on these 2 shows during this actor specific sale?

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              #7
              Incidentally, are these at the proper video frame rate? Most material shot on video is on streaming services at a lower, jerkier rate, but at least recently it's been possible to do it properly. I've seen The Making of Nightmare Before Christmas extra on Vudu at 60fps, but also have a free episode of Married With Children that is still at the lower frame rate. The other sitcoms I checked on Vudu back when they had the free 2-minute previews were all at the wrong frame rate, they've since discontinued that so I can't see if any of those have been fixed.

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