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Titanic and Rio: digital copy to UV?

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    Titanic and Rio: digital copy to UV?

    I have both Titanic and Rio blu-ray discs that come with the old "Digital Copy" codes. If I go to "Redeem UltraViolet Copy" on the Vudu website both titles are available to submit but the Digital Copy code is returned as "invalid". This seems odd because these two movies seem to only be sold with a Digital Copy and not UV so why are these available as redeemable UV titles?

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    Re: Titanic and Rio: digital copy to UV?

    Vudu has a lot of titles listed with the redeem UV code added to its page, when lots don't even come with a code, or are not UV codes. Those two titles when released were iTunes only. If you go to Titanic, you will see the redeem option, but no UV logo. I think sometimes they add the option and then codes are not provided or produced, or the studio changes its mind. Plus, from what I've read, the Titanic code has been expired for sometime.

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      Re: Titanic and Rio: digital copy to UV?

      Originally posted by Me-Hostage View Post
      Vudu has a lot of titles listed with the redeem UV code added to its page, when lots don't even come with a code, or are not UV codes. Those two titles when released were iTunes only. If you go to Titanic, you will see the redeem option, but no UV logo. I think sometimes they add the option and then codes are not provided or produced, or the studio changes its mind. Plus, from what I've read, the Titanic code has been expired for sometime.
      Titanic is Instawatch if you buy the bluray in store or on walmart.com it is not UV and i cant remember where but but i read somewhere that paramount cannot let it be UV in the US here is a link for the instawatch version
      http://www.walmart.com/ip/Titanic-Widescreen/20684314

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        Re: Titanic and Rio: digital copy to UV?

        Originally posted by danglin709 View Post
        Titanic is Instawatch if you buy the bluray in store or on walmart.com it is not UV and i cant remember where but but i read somewhere that paramount cannot let it be UV in the US here is a link for the instawatch version
        http://www.walmart.com/ip/Titanic-Widescreen/20684314
        You linked to the DVD, it doesn't say anything about InstaWatch, from what I glanced over, but the 3D Blu-ray mentions InstaWatch - http://www.walmart.com/ip/Titanic-3D...creen/20684311, but that's around $25. You can get the disc and digital straight from Vudu's page.

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          Re: Titanic and Rio: digital copy to UV?

          Originally posted by Me-Hostage View Post
          You linked to the DVD, it doesn't say anything about InstaWatch, from what I glanced over, but the 3D Blu-ray mentions InstaWatch - http://www.walmart.com/ip/Titanic-3D...creen/20684311, but that's around $25. You can get the disc and digital straight from Vudu's page.
          on the DVD page if you select Blu-ray and wide-screen it gives you the Blu-ray for 14.96

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            Re: Titanic and Rio: digital copy to UV?

            Originally posted by danglin709 View Post
            on the DVD page if you select Blu-ray and wide-screen it gives you the Blu-ray for 14.96
            Oh, I didn't even see that option, and that's the first time I have ever seen it at all.

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              Re: Titanic and Rio: digital copy to UV?

              Originally posted by Me-Hostage View Post
              Oh, I didn't even see that option, and that's the first time I have ever seen it at all.
              if you want it and dont want to spend that much you could wait till thanksgiving and see if its a black friday for 3.96 bluray again with instawatch

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                Re: Titanic and Rio: digital copy to UV?

                Originally posted by danglin709 View Post
                Titanic is Instawatch if you buy the bluray in store or on walmart.com it is not UV and i cant remember where but but i read somewhere that paramount cannot let it be UV in the US here is a link for the instawatch version
                I would be interested to hear why it cannot be UV...

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                  Re: Titanic and Rio: digital copy to UV?

                  I went ahead and ordered it from Walmart. Got the InstaWatch then sold the Blu-ray for $10. All I spent afterward was about $4

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