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    Early Digital Releases

    Is there a calender for these?

    We got Life of Pi 3 weeks early any chance we get Zero Dark Thirty or the Hobbit next week?

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    Originally posted by ohmsy View Post
    Is there a calender for these?

    We got Life of Pi 3 weeks early any chance we get Zero Dark Thirty or the Hobbit next week?
    Early releases are a great feature when it comes to digital streaming. It's most appealing when prices like $14.99 make them affordable. Life of Pi for $14.99 is sweet. Wreck It Ralph for $22.99 is not appealing at that price (i know, I know...Disney has us by the man-grapes!).

    And those special Walmart preorder promos that provide early viewing on Vudu are fantasic! More please!!!

    Keep the early releases on Vudu coming!

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      I agree, I did the bourne legacy throught best buy cinema now, it was a week early. The extra uv code that came with the blu ray combo I sold it to get a little bit more savings from the early bird price.

      I also preordered skyfall from walmart/vudu and with the additional hdx copy of casino royale a $14.99 value it was to good of a deal to pass up. There is no uv code or disc to digital for that movie so for $18.98 I got 2 movies, 2 hdx vudu copies, 1 blu ray, 1 dvd, and 1 itunes sd digital copy.

      I am hoping the Hobbit does this also, I have not seen it but I feel getting it a week would be cool.
      I think if the studios want success with increasing sales of physical copies this is a good way to do it.

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        Looks like Les Miserables will be added Friday...

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          Sometimes they show up in the "coming soon" tab on Vudu. I've kept an eye out for a few that way. Not all do though. Life of Pie and Red Dawn did not.

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            Originally posted by ohmsy View Post
            Is there a calender for these?

            We got Life of Pi 3 weeks early any chance we get Zero Dark Thirty or the Hobbit next week?

            I am pinning my hopes on "To The Arctic".

            I like HD nature flicks to go to sleep to. I have "Winged Migration" and "March of the Penguins" both in HDX which I watch a lot.

            Amazing how much more I enjoy these titles when they are point-and-click available. When they were media in a case on a shelf, I never watched them.

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              Is there a source listing the Wal-mart in-store preorder deals?

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                Originally posted by nycomet View Post
                Wreck It Ralph for $22.99 is not appealing at that price (i know, I know...Disney has us by the man-grapes!).
                Likewise on Wreck it Ralph 3D digital only at $34.99. No reason it needs to be $12 more than 2D version or the same price as getting the 3D Blu-Ray, 2D Blu-Ray, 2D DVD, & 2D iTunes Digital Copy from Amazon for the SAME price.

                Hmmm one copy of the movie or 5 copies of the movie for the same price. Oh COME ON Disney ! ! !

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                  Originally posted by ohmsy View Post
                  Is there a calender for these?

                  We got Life of Pi 3 weeks early any chance we get Zero Dark Thirty or the Hobbit next week?
                  Looks like The Hobbit is 3/12 digital release: http://www.vudu.com/movies/#!content...pected-Journey

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                    Originally posted by Jake View Post
                    Looks like The Hobbit is 3/12 digital release: http://www.vudu.com/movies/#!content...pected-Journey
                    Any chance we see a Wal-Mart pre-order for that in the next week or two?

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                      Originally posted by shadow316 View Post
                      Any chance we see a Wal-Mart pre-order for that in the next week or two?
                      Well I hear they usually set their new movies on Monday nights to get ready for the Tuesday releases, so there might be a chance that it will be put out tonight for the change over

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                        i think these digital early releases are a rip off. You are essentially paying full price for the digital copy, which, as we have seen, is only valued at around $3-$4.

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                          Originally posted by cpr3584 View Post
                          i think these digital early releases are a rip off. You are essentially paying full price for the digital copy, which, as we have seen, is only valued at around $3-$4.
                          Perfect example was Rise of The Guardians. My local Wal-Mart had it with an early digital Vudu release, but the title was $5 more than Amazon for otherwise the same title. Both also came with release date UV copy. So basically I was paying $5 extra to own so many days early. There was no extra value.

                          Now Twilight and to a greater extent the last Bond were a different story. You got early release, plus a second free movie, plus it was less than Amazon and other retailers.

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                            Originally posted by jeremymc7 View Post
                            Perfect example was Rise of The Guardians. My local Wal-Mart had it with an early digital Vudu release, but the title was $5 more than Amazon for otherwise the same title. Both also came with release date UV copy. So basically I was paying $5 extra to own so many days early. There was no extra value.

                            Now Twilight and to a greater extent the last Bond were a different story. You got early release, plus a second free movie, plus it was less than Amazon and other retailers.
                            Rise of the Guardians pre-order was only 18.96 the week it came out at Walmart then went up to $24.96 the next week. Twilight combo was actually $24.96 the week it came out, dropped to $18.96 the next, then went back up to $24.96. Just have to be lucky with the timing I guess.

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                              Originally posted by jeremymc7 View Post
                              Perfect example was Rise of The Guardians. My local Wal-Mart had it with an early digital Vudu release, but the title was $5 more than Amazon for otherwise the same title. Both also came with release date UV copy. So basically I was paying $5 extra to own so many days early. There was no extra value.

                              Now Twilight and to a greater extent the last Bond were a different story. You got early release, plus a second free movie, plus it was less than Amazon and other retailers.
                              Agree, I'll always check Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy just to name a few before making a decision to purchase.

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