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    D2D Walmart printout no longer an option?

    I added the three Matrix films to my list earlier today and I was about to add some more movies to the list but now when I select a movie from the search list it brings up a dialog window that prompts me to download/install VuduToGo.

    Is compiling a list of movies, printing it out, and taking it into Walmart no longer an option? I just spoke to someone at my local Walmart and they are still doing the in-store transfers, but if I can't build a list of what movies I can take in there then I'm not sure how useful it would be to take movies to the store:
    "Try this one, see if it is eligible"
    "No, it doesn't look like it."
    "How about this one?"
    "No, not that one either."


    #2
    Re: D2D Walmart printout no longer an option?

    Yes, it's still and option.
    Please go to the FAQ section:
    http://www.vudu.com/in_home_disc_to_digital.html
    The link to do the old Walmart D2D is http://www.vudu.com/disc_to_digital.html
    Keep in mind that the Walmart D2D will not have 50% saving of 10 disc or more conversion.

    LLN

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      #3
      Re: D2D Walmart printout no longer an option?

      Originally posted by LocN View Post
      Yes, it's still and option.
      Please go to the FAQ section:
      http://www.vudu.com/in_home_disc_to_digital.html
      The link to do the old Walmart D2D is http://www.vudu.com/disc_to_digital.html
      Keep in mind that the Walmart D2D will not have 50% saving of 10 disc or more conversion.

      LLN
      Thanks, Loc! I was looking for that, as I had added all the discs I have that were on the D2D list to my D2D queue, and it really helps to have that list available.

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        Re: D2D Walmart printout no longer an option?

        Originally posted by LocN View Post
        Yes, it's still and option.
        Please go to the FAQ section:
        http://www.vudu.com/in_home_disc_to_digital.html
        The link to do the old Walmart D2D is http://www.vudu.com/disc_to_digital.html
        Keep in mind that the Walmart D2D will not have 50% saving of 10 disc or more conversion.

        LLN
        Is the new discount promo if you do a bulk of 10 movies or if i did 5 now, 5 next week and 10 the following month? Also since I already received a credit do i continue receiving since i'm past the 10 conversions?

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          #5
          Re: D2D Walmart printout no longer an option?

          Originally posted by OSUGrad2X View Post
          Is the new discount promo if you do a bulk of 10 movies or if i did 5 now, 5 next week and 10 the following month? Also since I already received a credit do i continue receiving since i'm past the 10 conversions?
          Must do 10 at once.

          https://forum.vudu.com/showthread.ph...91#post1222291

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            #6
            Re: D2D Walmart printout no longer an option?

            So, with the 50% off for 10 or more, if I added $800 worth of product, I'd only have to pay ~$400 for it? That's kind of awesome. I dig that. Is this a SALE, promotional thing for accounts that participated in the Beta program or a permanent thing for VUDU2Go to be cheaper than in-store conversion by half?

            Now if I could just get my old title list back that got DELETED or otherwise DIVERTED during the changeover of versions, I'd be very happy. As it is, losing my $800+ worth of VUDU2Go-ready titles really brasses me off. I'm hoping this can be remedied and any titles previously recognized in the older version can be added to the new cart or something? I've been working on this list for quite a while. And, honestly, the 50% off would make it considerably easier to pay for it all and clear my queue in the next month or so. ^_^ I'd REALLY HATE to have to completely rebuild my entire "recognition library" again. 'Cause it took FOR EVER!

            Unfortunately, I can't give you the entire list 'cause A) there was no way to print it and B) well, it's just not there (or not showing up?) anymore in my updated version...

            I'm pretty sure you guys don't want to lose $400-$800 worth of business and whatever future business might have been done should someone decide it's more hassle than it's worth rebuilding their library over again?

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              Re: D2D Walmart printout no longer an option?

              Originally posted by LocN View Post
              Yes, it's still and option.
              Please go to the FAQ section:
              http://www.vudu.com/in_home_disc_to_digital.html
              The link to do the old Walmart D2D is http://www.vudu.com/disc_to_digital.html
              Keep in mind that the Walmart D2D will not have 50% saving of 10 disc or more conversion.

              LLN
              Thanks for the link, +rep.

              If I go to Walmart I can use the $2 coupons making them free!

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                Re: D2D Walmart printout no longer an option?

                Originally posted by MGmirkin View Post
                So, with the 50% off for 10 or more, if I added $800 worth of product, I'd only have to pay ~$400 for it? That's kind of awesome. I dig that. Is this a SALE, promotional thing for accounts that participated in the Beta program or a permanent thing for VUDU2Go to be cheaper than in-store conversion by half?
                Yes, it would cut it in half, plus you get $2.00 off the "first" conversion. The $2.00 is 1 time only but from what I've read, the 50% goes thru the end of August. As for your list disappearing after the update, dude I hope they get that fixed for you soon. Then you can reap the rewards of beta testing and get your locker stuffed in one shot.

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