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Old 12-09-2014, 02:56 PM   #221
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Saw Vacation on sale and was close to buying it but then thought I'd rather own all four of the Vacation films together. When I looked, I didn't see any 4 pack or anything. Is there one? Or do I have to buy each film individually? Maybe with the reboot/sequel out next year, they'll release a box set?
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Old 12-09-2014, 03:28 PM   #222
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There is a box set you can buy from amazon uk that's region free.
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Old 12-09-2014, 04:19 PM   #223
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There is a box set you can buy from amazon uk that's region free.
Its also pretty cheap, right now its around $15 before shipping.

Christmas Vacation hasn't been given any love though so its still the same disc as before. Lossy audio and an outdated video transfer but still watchable. However, I'd still recommend this set over buying the individual US releases since this is a better bargain.

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I had been waiting on a Amazon price drop for Vegas Vacation and it just wasn't happening. Then today I stumbled onto a large lot of them at Sam's for $7.98 each. Worth taking a look if you shop at Sam's.
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why does vegas vacation blu cost so much ? , it's also never included in sets . it should be a $5 bluray at best buy . i don't get it , is it a different studio then the others ? i should of got the uk box but had a couple all ready on blu .
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why does vegas vacation blu cost so much ? , it's also never included in sets . it should be a $5 bluray at best buy . i don't get it , is it a different studio then the others ? i should of got the uk box but had a couple all ready on blu .
Vegas Vacation came out much later than the other movies, and "later" Warner catalog Blu-Rays all seem to hover around $10 or over. I think maybe some of them were a hair under $10 at some point, but not by a lot.

Few (none?) of that era's batch have ever dropped down as low as $5 (stuff like Vegas Vacation, Marathon Man, Time Machine, Brainstorm, Outland, etc.). Can only guess they pressed them in smaller numbers so there's no incentive for them to liquidate stock and send them to bargain bins.
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