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Issues Redeeming Some Title: F9: The Fast Saga, 007: No Time To Die

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    Issues Redeeming Some Title: F9: The Fast Saga, 007: No Time To Die

    I'm trying to redeem a couple of titles and am having issues. Both are Movies Anywhere titles. F9: The Fast Saga and 007: No Time To Die. When I go to redeem them and put the title in the search bar, they never come up. Yet if I do a search for them in titles available for purchase, they both show up in the lists. How can I get them to show up in the redeem list? It would be so much easier if we could just go to the title and redeem it instead of/along side of putting it into a search bar.

    #2
    Yo, Burnie
    9 will only redeem on Movies Anywhere, there is no Vudu redeem.
    No Time to Die is NOT a Movies Anywhere title and will only redeem on iTunes per the studio distribution licensing" or something along those lines

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      #3
      Yeah there’s a few threads on No Time To Die. It says digital and only redeems at iTunes.

      You can check Movies Anywhere to find out where titles will redeem before purchasing.

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        #4
        Thanks for the help, but that actually opens up more questions. so why are both available on Vudu to purchase if they aren't available? And looking at the insert for F9, it specifically says vudu. I have other 007 movies on vudu as well as other fast and the furious, guess I just don't understand why these two are different? Not trying to sound cross, just trying to understand. I messaged vudu directly a while back, but they never responded.

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          #5
          They are available, the codes just don't redeem there because of the studio restrictions.
          You can redeem "F9" on https://moviesanywhere.com/redeem and it will port to Vudu as long as your Vudu account is connected to MA.
          For "NO TIME TO DIE," you have to purchase directly on Vudu since it's not MA. OR you can redeem the code from the 5-film 4K disc -- that one will redeem on Vudu.
          (Yes, the studios are very confusing)

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            #6
            No Time To Die is too long on an answer to write here. Look for the No time To Die posts. But it’s related to Disney buying Fox.

            Just because a digital code redeems only at Apple, only on MA, or there is none has little to nothing to do with it being available for sale on Vudu or Amazon, Google, etc.

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              #7
              They are available, the codes just don't redeem there because of the studio restrictions.
              You can redeem "F9" on MA and it will port to Vudu as long as your Vudu account is connected to MA.
              For "NO TIME TO DIE," you have to purchase directly on Vudu since it's not MA. OR you can redeem the code from the 5-film 4K disc -- that one will redeem on Vudu.
              (Yes, the studios are very confusing - how owns what, who distributes what, and each streaming provider have their own rules about redeeming/purchasing it seems)

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                #8
                Og geez there's no two Daniel Craig 4K Collections. One 4 film and one 5 film. Of course there is. The studios love reissues. Lord of the Rings and Hobbit prob have more re-issues and various collections than anything else. harry Potter is prob second.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Rex Strother View Post
                  They are available, the codes just don't redeem there because of the studio restrictions.
                  You can redeem "F9" on MA and it will port to Vudu as long as your Vudu account is connected to MA.
                  For "NO TIME TO DIE," you have to purchase directly on Vudu since it's not MA. OR you can redeem the code from the 5-film 4K disc -- that one will redeem on Vudu.
                  (Yes, the studios are very confusing - how owns what, who distributes what, and each streaming provider have their own rules about redeeming/purchasing it seems)
                  That's crazy, but makes sense. kinda. thanks for the info.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by jeremymc7 View Post
                    No Time To Die is too long on an answer to write here. Look for the No time To Die posts. But it’s related to Disney buying Fox.

                    Just because a digital code redeems only at Apple, only on MA, or there is none has little to nothing to do with it being available for sale on Vudu or Amazon, Google, etc.
                    NTTD is MGM, not Disney/Fox

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by lockheede View Post

                      NTTD is MGM, not Disney/Fox
                      MGM production. FOX distribution. Or was prior to the Disney deal.

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                        #12
                        I do not find that Fox had anything to do with this movie.

                        https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2382320...?ref_=tt_dt_co

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                          #13
                          MGM is highly confusing, as it comes down to which studio is handling the home distribution, either Universal or Warner.

                          MGM's deal with Universal is that all digital codes are to redeem on iTunes.
                          MGM's deal with Warner is that all digital codes redeem on Vudu.
                          Neither deal includes Movies Anywhere, as these are, technically, not Universal or Warner movies.

                          "No Time To Die" is distributed by Universal, hence iTunes only for code redemption.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by lockheede View Post
                            I do not find that Fox had anything to do with this movie.

                            https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2382320...?ref_=tt_dt_co

                            As per my previous post FOX was originally involved. The Disney deal though threw a wrench into that and it went to Universal at the the 11th hour.

                            This was reflected on imbd back in Match when the thread started. Since the deal changed and 4 months have passed imdb has updated their notes.

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