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Avengers Marvel titles coming to UV or Digital Copy+!?!?!?!?!

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    Avengers Marvel titles coming to UV or Digital Copy+!?!?!?!?!

    I came across this completely by accident, and it's not the only Marvel title with a redeem page! Captain America, Iron Man 2, Thor, the list goes on. I don't care what the reason is, but it's a good sign! Anyone see these with new codes anywhere?

    http://www.vudu.com/redeemecopy.html?eccid=195891

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    Cool. Great Find.

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      Oh, I hope they're going to be available for D2D too!!

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        Originally posted by MaxH View Post
        Oh, I hope they're going to be available for D2D too!!
        +1

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          It likely means they are being re-released with Digital Copy +. All the Digital Copy + titles can be redeemed on vudu.

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            Originally posted by echopulse View Post
            It likely means they are being re-released with Digital Copy +. All the Digital Copy + titles can be redeemed on vudu.
            Unless Wal-mart is getting exclusive re-releases with Vudu copies...?

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              Originally posted by vanton619 View Post
              Unless Wal-mart is getting exclusive re-releases with Vudu copies...?
              Boy I hope not. Walmarts are way too hit or miss when finding stuff. My guess would be digital copy + re releases to coincide with the new Captain America movie. Or just re-releases with Digital Copy Plus in general like they did with Nightmare Before Xmas, etc... Or maybe they are getting around to allowing the old codes to redeem through the DC+ website? So many possibilities with this.

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                Anyone tried their old codes just for the heck of it?

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                  Re: Avengers Marvel titles coming to UV or Digital Copy+!?!?!?!?!

                  Originally posted by shadow316 View Post
                  Anyone tried their old codes just for the heck of it?
                  I tried both Iron Man 2 and Captain America eariler. Didn't work.

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                    Re: Avengers Marvel titles coming to UV or Digital Copy+!?!?!?!?!

                    Originally posted by Ross208 View Post
                    I tried both Iron Man 2 and Captain America eariler. Didn't work.
                    I tried them too, and Thor, also didn't work. Maybe it's too soon? I may take a trip to Wal-Mart to see if there are any re-releases available.

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                      Disney is out of their minds if they think I'm going to buy these movies again just to get a DC+ code.

                      If they go UV, I'll pay a premium to do D2D, but that's about it.

                      I think the whole DC+ is just another way for Disney to do what they've always done, and make a lot of money by reselling the same movie over and over.

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                        Originally posted by BlakkMajik3000 View Post
                        Disney is out of their minds if they think I'm going to buy these movies again just to get a DC+ code.

                        If they go UV, I'll pay a premium to do D2D, but that's about it.

                        I think the whole DC+ is just another way for Disney to do what they've always done, and make a lot of money by reselling the same movie over and over.
                        Right there with you, though I must sheepishly admit that I did buy digital copies (Vudu copies) of a precious few Disney/Pixar titles that I just couldn't hold back on re-buying so that I'd have the streaming copies available without having to wait.

                        I've said previously, I'll pay up to $5 to do a disc-to-digital HDX conversion from Disney/Pixar Blu's, and perhaps a $10 premium to convert Disney/Pixar DVDs to HDX, but that is as high as I am willing to go, and really why should I have to pay more for a Disney or Pixar title than I do for any other movies that I can convert. They only reason I might pay a premium for the Disney or Pixar stuff is that I want it so badly that I'm willing to pay a slight premium over the prices that I would pay for some generic Rom-Com or Action flix.

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                          Re: Avengers Marvel titles coming to UV or Digital Copy+!?!?!?!?!

                          Originally posted by shadow316 View Post
                          Captain America, Iron Man 2, Thor, the list goes on.
                          I see the three you mentioned, but I can't find any others. Does the list really 'go on' or are those the only three? I'm not trying to be smart alecky, just trying to find out

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                            I want them all though

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                              Originally posted by hellmutt View Post
                              I see the three you mentioned, but I can't find any others. Does the list really 'go on' or are those the only three? I'm not trying to be smart alecky, just trying to find out
                              Aside from those, I checked for Iron Man 1 and Avengers, which are not listed.

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