For anyone: Barnes & Nobles 30% off coupon – Use bn.com not AAA or publiclibrary link:
To save an Extra 30% ONLINE, enter coupon code P4A4N7P at checkout. The 30% discount will be applied to the highest-priced item in your cart. Pre-orders are not eligible with this offer. Sorry no printable store coupon available. This coupon is valid from November 23, 2010 to November 29, 2010 at 2:59 a.m. Eastern Time.
For those who prefer to go in-store to Barnes & Noble:
30% off on anything…
Not cinema but for those who enjoy the series “Mad Men” – Amazon and Best Buy have it for sale for $9.99 (Blu-ray and DVD per season).
Interesting enough, Target has the “Lord of the Rings” Trilogy (all three movies) for $7.99 at Target but because they didn’t put a limit, people were buying like dozens of copies (some buying over a hundred). But if its at your store…don’t pay $89….when you can get it for $7.99. They made a mistake in their advertisement but they are honoring it for $7.99. (Note: Amazon is selling each film on Blu-ray for $7.99).
But the Amazon, Best Buy and Target sales are now live! A lot of releases Blu-ray, DVD, TV Box Sets for $9.
Oh my…Warner has 1-up Amazon in the fact that they are charging $11.24 for their classic box sets:
Checked back on Warner’s WBshop.com:
Finally….it worked. I logged into my rewards membership (which is free). I recommend subscribing to this to take advantage of the cheaper sales price.
I then clicked on the Harry Potter banner below the page for the 25% off which then took me to the wbshop site. This essentially led to the lower prices kicking in.
I then used this $5 off code:
The code may only work if you have five items… But I was able to get the correct lower pricing on the boxsets for $11.24.
Not sure if SMODCAST still works as a code, but you may want to try it for $5 off.
I know some of you have held out in buying a Blu-ray but they are getting pretty cheap. Here is a very good LG Blu-ray player on sale on Amazon right now via Black Friday sale for $69 and with free shipping. It also plays various media files if you connect your USB card to it and also streams YouTube videos. No Mubi, Netflix or Hulu though.
Another Kino Sale
Masters of Cinema January 2011 Sale
Alfred Hitchcock movie fan? The $120 DVD Box Set (MGM Premiere) is on sale right now for today for $19.99.
Alfred Hitchcock Premiere Collection – Lifeboat / Spellbound / Notorious / The Paradine Case / Sabotage / Young and Innocent / Rebecca / The Lodger
The MoC sale was 48 hours, so it’s now over. The Hitchcock sale is still on as of today but is only one day!
The moviemail site has some great deals on BFI films. Naruse boxset, Mother, Ozu Blu Ray, Chimes At Midnight, Ordet…… Also some Artificial Eye sets Agnes Varda etc…
Worth a look if you have any money.
For those in the US, I just want to give you a heads up that for those who have ordered from the UK recently, there has been a slowdown of shipments and instead of receiving things within a week or two, it may take a month or more.
Some may want to wait on purchases until this is resolved, otherwise if you have made a purchase, you may want to expect a delay in shipment time.
Here is the latest from the USPS:
Information on Inbound International Mail
Due to recent incidents involving international cargo, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) instituted heightened security measures to safeguard air transport. These directives apply to U.S. bound international mail and cargo.
The U.S. Postal Service is working with the Universal Postal Union (UPU) and the designated postal operators of its member countries to provide support and assistance in adhering to these TSA directives.
In December 2010, the holiday surge in international mail volume to the U.S., along with severe weather conditions in many parts of Europe and limited availability of air transport, contributed to widespread delays in transit times for international mail bound for the U.S. In addition, airlines operating at major air transit hubs have been unable to provide mail transit services for postal packets and parcels.
Since that time, a world-wide effort among UPU members and postal operators to meet the requirements of the new TSA directives has resulted in improvements in transit times for international mail bound for the U.S.
However, international packages from some points outside the U.S. may be subject to delays of several days above normal transit times as foreign postal operators continue to make progress in implementing the necessary adjustments to their operations. The U.S. Postal Service regrets any inconvenience these temporary increases in transit times may create for its customers.
whoa, i never noticed this thread before. this is awesome.
ps i realized that having an all regions dvd player would fix all my problems and they’re not that expensive.
Eureka!/Masters of Cinema March Sale is now up!
Eureka Sale-March 2011
5 for $50 Warner Archive titles plus free shipping. I can always seem to come up with 7 or 8. That means 5 for the deal and a couple to look forward to with the next sale.
The Alfred Hitchock Premiere Collection which is usually expensive is on sale for $17.99….
Do your research first! This set has awesome films but some people had problems with the discs. I didn’t with mine but others have…. But considering that it’s on sale for $17.99, it’s definitely worth checking out!
Another one to ad, Ingrid Bergman’s “Ingrid Bergman: Swedish Film Collection” is on sale ala pre-order for $21.99
Thank you KNDY!
I’m with Malik… what a great thread. Thanks for the links KNDY!
Jean-Luc Godard’s “Made in USA” from the Criterion Collection is on sale for $9.99 on Amazon. Get it quick before it shoots back up!
Also, pre-order for Kon Ichikawa’s “Makioka Sisters” ala the Criterion Colection is going for $13.99 on DVD on Amazon as well.
Thanks for the tip, KNDY. I snagged Made in USA yesterday and, as I’m a sucker, I tacked on two books for Amazon’s free shipping: Film as a Subversive Art and a book on the Vienna Actionists.
Eureka/Masters of Cinema Easter Sale
The Dish Network which purchased Blockbuster several days ago in a forced bankruptcy auction for 320 million announced today that they will only keep about 565 stores open, closing over 1,000 stores nationwide. The exact details and locations on the closing stores will be posted later today. You might want to keep an eye on your local store for any liquidation sales, although no exact timetable has yet been made public.
Amazon 50-60% off sale is going on now for select titles!
More sales on Amazon:
Betty Grable Collection Vol. 1- $24.99
Alice Faye Collection Vol. 1- $23.99
Alice Faye Collection Vol. 2 – $22.99
Karmen Miranda Collection – $24.99
The Barbara Stanwyck Collection – $26.99
The Claudette Colbert Collection – $27.49
The Cecil B. DeMille Collection – $1999.
Icons of Screwball Comedy, Vol. 1 – $11.99
Icons of Screwball Comedy, Vol. 2 – $7.99
Criterion Fans….Eclipse Series sales:
Eclipse Series 8 – Lubitsch Musicals – $25.49
Eclipse Series 25: Basil Dearden’s London Underground – $22.49
Eclipse Series 26: Silent Naruse – $19.99
More Additions for the Hollywood classic film fans:
Deanna Durbin Sweetheart Pack – $16.98
Shirley Temple- Little Darling Pack – $5.99
The Doris Day and Rock Hudson Comedy Collection – $11.49
The Gary Cooper Collection – $17.99
Marlon Brando Collection – $14.99
Criterion currently has both of their Malick releases half off if you use the code NATURE in all caps. Apparently thin red line is almost sold out.
Masters of Cinema Sale for the month
Masters of Cinema Sale for June
Lots of good stuff this month and at special summer discounts.
Just a reminder…the bn.com Criterion Collection 50% off sale has begun!
Non-Member 15% off coupon codes are (note: Expires on July 13):
Non-Member 10% off coupon code (Expires on July 19th):
Non-Member 7% off coupon code (Expires on Jan. 2012):