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    Vudu to go cart linked to Walmart conversions?

    I have a stack of Blurays that won't convert on D2D, and want to only have to take them into Walmart once (since the process is such a pain in the rear) But I currently have a stack of movies in my D2D cart, and was wondering if anyone knew if the two carts were linked. (For example, would I have to pay for the 20ish movies in my cart in store if I took the 10 or so in to get them converted??)

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    Re: Vudu to go cart linked to Walmart conversions?

    Originally posted by ladipretender View Post
    I have a stack of Blurays that won't convert on D2D, and want to only have to take them into Walmart once (since the process is such a pain in the rear) But I currently have a stack of movies in my D2D cart, and was wondering if anyone knew if the two carts were linked. (For example, would I have to pay for the 20ish movies in my cart in store if I took the 10 or so in to get them converted??)
    They are. You would have to do the in home conversion first or they will also show up when the Walmart employee pulls your list. They will be mixed in with your store queue. I've had it happen before. The employee had to manually remove all my at home movies before he could process and when I got home they were gone from Vudu to Go.

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      Re: Vudu to go cart linked to Walmart conversions?

      Originally posted by madmod20061 View Post
      They are. You would have to do the in home conversion first or they will also show up when the Walmart employee pulls your list. They will be mixed in with your store queue. I've had it happen before. The employee had to manually remove all my at home movies before he could process and when I got home they were gone from Vudu to Go.
      Thanks--I was thinking that might be the case, I am just glad I didn't have to go through the hassle that you did.

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        Re: Vudu to go cart linked to Walmart conversions?

        Originally posted by ladipretender View Post
        Thanks--I was thinking that might be the case, I am just glad I didn't have to go through the hassle that you did.
        Wasn't much of a hassle since I was nowhere near the 10 for the 1/2 off promo on my in home queue. He only had to remove about 5 movies and I just re-added them later. I know some people save up their queues to really large amounts. Those would be the ones who should stay away from the stores until you finish your at home queue.

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          Re: Vudu to go cart linked to Walmart conversions?

          Originally posted by madmod20061 View Post
          Wasn't much of a hassle since I was nowhere near the 10 for the 1/2 off promo on my in home queue. He only had to remove about 5 movies and I just re-added them later. I know some people save up their queues to really large amounts. Those would be the ones who should stay away from the stores until you finish your at home queue.
          I am one of those that keep their movies in the queue until I hit the 50 movie limit (or the 50% off promotion is about to come to an end, then I will check out) so it would have been around 25 ish movies. But, since I was eager to convert HTTYD, since I wanted to have it in there before the sequel came out today, I just finished the transaction before heading to my local store. I always have an issue with in store conversions, however, and this time it was no different--though once they took the phone number off, my account suddenly popped up.

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            Re: Vudu to go cart linked to Walmart conversions?

            Originally posted by ladipretender View Post
            I am one of those that keep their movies in the queue until I hit the 50 movie limit (or the 50% off promotion is about to come to an end, then I will check out) so it would have been around 25 ish movies. But, since I was eager to convert HTTYD, since I wanted to have it in there before the sequel came out today, I just finished the transaction before heading to my local store. I always have an issue with in store conversions, however, and this time it was no different--though once they took the phone number off, my account suddenly popped up.
            Doing D2D at Wal-Mart has never worked for me when they put my phone number in. Always just use my email and it would work everytime. Right now, however, my local Wal-Marts don't work at all. Get to the point where it is supposed to verify and create the sticker to scan and it locks up. Several calls by the Wal-Mart people to tech support and still no resolution...going on 4 months now. Thankfully, I only have about 10 movies to get done right now so I'm not too worried. In Home D2D works when the discs are recognized....

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              Re: Vudu to go cart linked to Walmart conversions?

              I have had movies in my D2D queue deleted also - was a surprise the first time it happened, but now that I am aware of it I plan my trips to Walmart to eliminate the chance of it occurring.

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                Re: Vudu to go cart linked to Walmart conversions?

                Originally posted by Gnatevil View Post
                Doing D2D at Wal-Mart has never worked for me when they put my phone number in. Always just use my email and it would work everytime. Right now, however, my local Wal-Marts don't work at all. Get to the point where it is supposed to verify and create the sticker to scan and it locks up. Several calls by the Wal-Mart people to tech support and still no resolution...going on 4 months now. Thankfully, I only have about 10 movies to get done right now so I'm not too worried. In Home D2D works when the discs are recognized....
                I have only tried one local Walmart - it has had off and on technical issues and sometimes requires planning trips when specific employees are there, but so long as I am patient they eventually are able to convert my movies.

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