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Studios offering HD upgrade from dvd codes - $3 with Sony

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    Studios offering HD upgrade from dvd codes - $3 with Sony

    Quick story: For my son's birthday recently he got a DVD for the Amazing Spiderman and Men In Black 3, both with UV codes. I went to enter the codes @ Sony's website, and it gave me an option to upgrade the SD quality to HD for $3 each. I of course jumped on that offer. My question is does anyone know of any other studio that offers such an upgrade deal for their SD quality codes? I might be more likely to purchase my codes from those studios, depending on the price differences between DVD/Bluray, etc.

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    Re: Studios offering HD upgrade from dvd codes - $3 with Sony

    Originally posted by forphase1 View Post
    Quick story: For my son's birthday recently he got a DVD for the Amazing Spiderman and Men In Black 3, both with UV codes. I went to enter the codes @ Sony's website, and it gave me an option to upgrade the SD quality to HD for $3 each. I of course jumped on that offer. My question is does anyone know of any other studio that offers such an upgrade deal for their SD quality codes? I might be more likely to purchase my codes from those studios, depending on the price differences between DVD/Bluray, etc.
    So far, Sony is the only one I have heard of. Sometimes you can use D2D to upgrade here on VUDU for other studios, and if you do 10 or more it would be $2.50 per title, which is cheaper. Hopefully more studios adopt this upgrade option in the future.

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      Re: Studios offering HD upgrade from dvd codes - $3 with Sony

      Originally posted by shadow316 View Post
      So far, Sony is the only one I have heard of. Sometimes you can use D2D to upgrade here on VUDU for other studios, and if you do 10 or more it would be $2.50 per title, which is cheaper. Hopefully more studios adopt this upgrade option in the future.
      Yeah, I've done quite a few D2D, but in this case both these movies were pretty new ones and I don't think they are yet in the D2D library catalog. I just thought it was nice, and probably another way for the studios to make some extra cash, for them to allow us to upgrade from the SD codes. I happened to have a small issue and talked with Sony support and he seemed to claim that ALL SD codes from Sony could be upgraded, even month later after using the code. I hope other studios do the same thing.

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        Re: Studios offering HD upgrade from dvd codes - $3 with Sony

        Very cool! I too would be interested in finding out which dvd codes do this.

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          Re: Studios offering HD upgrade from dvd codes - $3 with Sony

          Originally posted by blumovielvr View Post
          Very cool! I too would be interested in finding out which dvd codes do this.
          The ones I did was the Amazing Spiderman and MIB 3 if I recall correctly.

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            Re: Studios offering HD upgrade from dvd codes - $3 with Sony

            Originally posted by forphase1 View Post
            The ones I did was the Amazing Spiderman and MIB 3 if I recall correctly.
            I think any Sony code is eligible. I did that recent Iron Man animated movie a few months back.

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              Re: Studios offering HD upgrade from dvd codes - $3 with Sony

              Yeah the upgrade thing has been going on since at least late last year. I upgraded Premium Rush and Looper from DVDs back when they came out for $5 each. Nice that they are down to $3 now.

              On a similar note, if you D2D a Sony movie in SD, you can upgrade those to HD on Sony's site as well. I did an SD conversion for a Ghostbusters movie (don't remember if it was 1 or 2) and it was offering to upgrade for $7. Granted, there's no way I'd pay $7 when I could do it for as little as $2.50 here, but other movies may be cheaper.

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                Re: Studios offering HD upgrade from dvd codes - $3 with Sony

                it appears that hd upgrades are only available for movies whose uv codes were redeemed through the sony website. i redeemed codes for 'the woman in black', 'the artist', 'looper' and 'here comes the boom' through sony, and all of them show the '$5 upgrade to hd' tab beside them in my sony uv locker. but more recently i redeemed codes for 'seven psychopaths' and 'the amazing spider-man' on vudu, and neither of those show the upgrade option nor will they stream on the sony website. also, those two titles are erroneously marked as me owning both the hd and sd versions in my sony locker, but i do indeed only own the sd versions and only sd versions are listed in my uvvu and vudu lockers. related, sd sony movies acquired for free from cinemanow and vudu do not show the upgrade option either nor do they stream on sony since for some reason the only sony movies that will stream on the sony website are titles acquired through d2d and those redeemed/purchased through the sony website.

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                  Re: Studios offering HD upgrade from dvd codes - $3 with Sony

                  Originally posted by phour20 View Post
                  it appears that hd upgrades are only available for movies whose uv codes were redeemed through the sony website. i redeemed codes for 'the woman in black', 'the artist', 'looper' and 'here comes the boom' through sony, and all of them show the '$5 upgrade to hd' tab beside them in my sony uv locker. but more recently i redeemed codes for 'seven psychopaths' and 'the amazing spider-man' on vudu, and neither of those show the upgrade option nor will they stream on the sony website. also, those two titles are erroneously marked as me owning both the hd and sd versions in my sony locker, but i do indeed only own the sd versions and only sd versions are listed in my uvvu and vudu lockers. related, sd sony movies acquired for free from cinemanow and vudu do not show the upgrade option either nor do they stream on sony since for some reason the only sony movies that will stream on the sony website are titles acquired through d2d and those redeemed/purchased through the sony website.
                  yep thats the case as i just redeemed 'the call' through the sony website and it immediately gave me the option to upgrade to hd for $5. so if you want to upgrade any sony sd uv code, be sure to redeem only on the sony website...

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