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2 buy ornot to buy non-UV titles...

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    2 buy ornot to buy non-UV titles...

    So, I have pretty much finished converting all of my eligible blu-ray titles. My concern is moving forward making purchases on vudu of titles that are not UV.

    My main concern is that if I do make a purchase on vudu, and if it becomes uv compatible LATER, do I get it, or would I have to re-re-purchase again to get it uv?

    I say re-re-buy it, because I am already faced with purchasing titles that I own on Blu-ray because they are not eligible for d2d and are also not uv. For example, X2 (X-men2), Shrek 2, Terminator 1 and 2, Ironman 1 and 2 on and on.

    What is the overall best strategy here, wait and hope titles become uv and then buy them or buy them now and "hope" they become uv later (and also hope my purchase on vudu becomes uv automatically). Votes for which scenario (if any) is more likely. I hate holes in my collection, but I am tired of rebuying..
    Last edited by j-dog; 01-25-2013, 10:36 AM. Reason: typo

    Re: 2 buy ornot to buy non-UV titles...

    If a title you've purchased becomes UV, VUDU will add the UV title to you UV locker. This is how they've done it in the past, no work on your end and no extra fees.

    Personally, I wait to see if a title comes to D2D then buy them on VUDU. However, I know others don't do that. I have 21 more titles I'm converting today via D2D because I waited, saves me money in the process also.


      Re: 2 buy ornot to buy non-UV titles...

      If you buy a movie now that is not UV enabled yet and it becomes UV after you bought it will automatically appear in your UV library the day Vudu makes it UV enabled. This has happened to me when I "bought" the first episode of a show for free and once that season was over it became UV enabled so that episode appeared in UV library.


        Re: 2 buy ornot to buy non-UV titles...

        Wellthats good news regarding getting the uv locker if it is available after I already made the purchase. Since this is still kind of in "infancy" mode I do agree with Randomninja, because I own all of the disk I mentioned and would save money if it were d2d. Case in point, I "thought" I was done, but now see I can d2d Kill bill vol 1 and 2. I think my stragedy (wink to bugs bunny fans), will be to wait on older titles, but move forward with purchasing newer titles. My exception is X2, I went ahead and bought this on vudu, to see if it ever becomes uv (had to spend 10 dollars for this instead of 2 since I own the blu-ray) but in the interest of research I did it (and it was bugging me . Want to add Indiana Jones series, but I swear the bundle was cheaper just a week or so ago..ugh patience not one of my better virtues...