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    how to use walmart's in store D2D?

    Could someone explain to me how to use walmart's in store disc to digital service? .... from what little I could find on the internet I need to take the list of movies to the photo center or electronics department...

    will they do anything to the discs? for instance can I take in a bluray that is still sealed? I read somewhere(a post from like 2013) that they stamp some sort of label onto the inner ring of the discs? Is that true?

    also from what I've read - they don't do 50% off for converting 10 or more?

    thanks in advance...

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    Re: how to use walmart's in store D2D?

    They don't do the discount for 10 or more, that's only on the at home program. They are supposed to stamp the discs, but I've usually seen them just check to make sure you have it and move on, especially if you bring in a lot at once.

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      Re: how to use walmart's in store D2D?

      thanks... thats to bad about the discount, but it's better then nothing I guess......

      not to sure how I feel about them stamping the discs...... is it very noticeable on the disc once it's done?

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        Re: how to use walmart's in store D2D?

        Originally posted by sloner52 View Post
        Could someone explain to me how to use walmart's in store disc to digital service? .... from what little I could find on the internet I need to take the list of movies to the photo center or electronics department...

        will they do anything to the discs? for instance can I take in a bluray that is still sealed? I read somewhere(a post from like 2013) that they stamp some sort of label onto the inner ring of the discs? Is that true?

        also from what I've read - they don't do 50% off for converting 10 or more?

        thanks in advance...
        None of my local stores stamp the discs. Most have actually misplaced their stamps

        Yeah, just take your list to the photo dept with the discs. They don't need to actually do anything to the discs. They just need to ensure that you own them. If they have a stamper, they MAY try and stamp it. I'd recommend not letting them stamp it as the ink is runny. One of the few times they tried to stamp my disc, the runny ink from the stamp ran all over the top of the disc. I was soooooo angry.

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          Re: how to use walmart's in store D2D?

          Originally posted by Capt-Cupcake View Post
          None of my local stores stamp the discs. Most have actually misplaced their stamps

          Yeah, just take your list to the photo dept with the discs. They don't need to actually do anything to the discs. They just need to ensure that you own them. If they have a stamper, they MAY try and stamp it. I'd recommend not letting them stamp it as the ink is runny. One of the few times they tried to stamp my disc, the runny ink from the stamp ran all over the top of the disc. I was soooooo angry.
          thanks for the reply... I'll try it out this weekend for some of the titles that didn't work for the disc-to-digital in the vudu-to-go app....

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