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Old 01-10-2012, 11:04 PM   #181
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Just preordered! I wonder if 2012 will give 2011 a run for it's money as far as BD catalog releases go? There are some big titles announced, and it's only January!!
Wouldn't it be nice if this set came with an already shaken martini, not stirred!
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:07 PM   #182
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I don't see this set, 22 movies, retailing for $200. Considering that no details have been announced for this set with no pricing or release dates set, I think these prices are just speculation based on what some complete series television sets retail for.

These are 22 movies packaged in a boxed set. I think were going to see a retail price closer to between $300-400. These quoted prices that are being posted are simply speculative, at best. While I'd, love to snag this Blu-ray boxed set for $200, I doubt that will be the final price because the studio hasn't really annoounced any information pertaining to pricing, release dates or other details regarding this set.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:11 PM   #183
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I don't see this set, 22 movies, retailing for $200. Considering that no details have been announced for this set with no pricing or release dates set, I think these prices are just speculation based on what some complete series television sets retail for.

These are 22 movies packaged in a boxed set. I think were going to see a retail price closer to between $300-400. These quoted prices that are being posted are simply speculative, at best. While I'd, love to snag this Blu-ray boxed set for $200, I doubt that will be the final price because the studio hasn't really annoounced any information pertaining to pricing, release dates or other details regarding this set.
It's on Amazon for $200. It's not speculation, you can lock in that price right now.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:12 PM   #184
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I don't see this set, 22 movies, retailing for $200. Considering that no details have been announced for this set with no pricing or release dates set, I think these prices are just speculation based on what some complete series television sets retail for.

These are 22 movies packaged in a boxed set. I think were going to see a retail price closer to between $300-400. These quoted prices that are being posted are simply speculative, at best. While I'd, love to snag this Blu-ray boxed set for $200, I doubt that will be the final price because the studio hasn't really annoounced any information pertaining to pricing, release dates or other details regarding this set.
If you pre-order for $200, that's what you'll pay. Very simple.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:13 PM   #185
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I don't see this set, 22 movies, retailing for $200. Considering that no details have been announced for this set with no pricing or release dates set, I think these prices are just speculation based on what some complete series television sets retail for.

These are 22 movies packaged in a boxed set. I think were going to see a retail price closer to between $300-400. These quoted prices that are being posted are simply speculative, at best. While I'd, love to snag this Blu-ray boxed set for $200, I doubt that will be the final price because the studio hasn't really annoounced any information pertaining to pricing, release dates or other details regarding this set.
$199 was my Amazon preorder price. Now unless they cancel I'm locked in, and good to go! Also I thought I read that the UK set was even cheaper. Keep in mind that 13 of the titles will be recycled, correct? There are only 9 new movies in this set, plus any swag/additional extras they decide to add.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:14 PM   #186
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Ain't gonna happen IMO. First of all, BB didn't even get the steelbooks for all 11 pre-Craig Bonds released so far; Amazon got some of them. Also, we don't even know yet if the remaining 9 will come out in stand-alone cases, much less steelbooks...
I hope you're wrong, but fear you're right. That original series of 9 Amazon (U.S.)/Future Shop (Canada) Bond steelbooks could become orphaned, and yet another incomplete series.

It's maddening when Studios do that...I mean, get buyer's hooked on a premium series and then just abandon it.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:36 PM   #187
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If you pre-order for $200, that's what you'll pay. Very simple.
Except it's not that simple at all.

If he preordered at $200 but the price drops down to $160 and then Amazon raises it to $220 you'll pay $160. Amazon guarantees the lowest price between your original order and the release date.

That's why I placed my order earlier when it was $700,000. In the next day or two my order will drop down to the current $199.99 and I suspect it will drop a few more times between now and when it's eventually released.
"My boys are 8, 10 and 12 and never saw the SE editons or the PT until I had ingrained in them the UOT over and over again and again. They do not like the PT nor the SE editions at all to this day." -LAdodgers
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:36 PM   #188
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Amazon has gotten themselves in trouble over this before. If MGM and Fox end up announcing this set for higher than $300, don't expect Amazon to honor that $200 price.

At any rate, I did a quick search on Amazon.com and they don't even have it listed. Searched for "James Bond blu-ray" and set it for "release dates" and nothing shows up:

http://www.amazon.com/s?rh=n%3A26253...t=-releasedate

The link those have posted before are probably for Amazon Marketplace. When Amazon lists the item, it probably won't be for $200. The link someone posted before was simply to place it on their pre-order list and no price was indicated.

(I'm going by the link that someone posted before and that the prices that people quoted were removed from the listing). Remember, Amazon does honor pre-order prices but not for items that have not been officially announced.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:43 PM   #189
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Bond 50 Blu-ray
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:44 PM   #190
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Does this help:

Bond 50 Blu-ray


My order:

Shipping Method: Two-Day Shipping
Shipping Preference: I want my items faster. Ship them as they become available.
Items: $199.99
Shipping & Handling: $0.00
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Total Before Tax: $199.99
Estimated Tax To Be Collected: $0.00
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Order Total: $199.99


Delivery estimate:We'll notify you via e-mail when we have an estimated delivery date for this item. It will ship separately. You can cancel at any time. 1 "Bond 50 [Blu-ray]"
Blu-ray; $199.99
Available for Pre-order
Sold by: Amazon.com LLC

Edit: Also IF Amazon cancels for a higher price(as you fear), so what! I lose nothing.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:45 PM   #191
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What I find interesting is that there are placeholder pages for what looks like the remaining bond films.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:50 PM   #192
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Thats the same message I got

Order #: xxx-xxxxxxxxxx-xxxx
Shipping Method: FREE Super Saver Shipping
Shipping Preference: Group my items into as few shipments as possible
Items: $199.99
Shipping & Handling: $2.98
Super Saver Discount: -$2.98
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Total Before Tax: $199.99
Estimated Tax To Be Collected: $0.00
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Order Total: $199.99


Delivery estimate:We'll notify you via e-mail when we have an estimated delivery date for this item. It will ship separately. You can cancel at any time.
1 "Bond 50 [Blu-ray]"
Blu-ray; $199.99
Available for Pre-order
Sold by: Amazon.com LLC
7/23/2012 - The day justice was served to PSU

RIP Art Modell - You may have killed the city of Cleveland when you moved the Browns to Baltimore, but your visions did give us the Ravens.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:50 PM   #193
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Does this help:

Bond 50 Blu-ray


My order:

Shipping Method: Two-Day Shipping
Shipping Preference: I want my items faster. Ship them as they become available.
Items: $199.99
Shipping & Handling: $0.00
------
Total Before Tax: $199.99
Estimated Tax To Be Collected: $0.00
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Order Total: $199.99


Delivery estimate:We'll notify you via e-mail when we have an estimated delivery date for this item. It will ship separately. You can cancel at any time. 1 "Bond 50 [Blu-ray]"
Blu-ray; $199.99
Available for Pre-order
Sold by: Amazon.com LLC

Edit: Also IF Amazon cancels for a higher price(as you fear), so what! I lose nothing.


I preordered my copy from Amazon UK.
Total Cost for me was 78.07 or ($120.89 USD)

It the UK release isn't Region Free, I'll cancel this and pre-order the US copy.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:52 PM   #194
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If that Amazon price is set, then I'll be ordering mine. However, I'm not expecting that price to be solid until the studio announces an official Press Release. Until then, everyone who's advertising this set for low prices are just anticipating (or assuming) that the boxed set will be that price.

I've seen Amazon and Best Buy do this before. They'll list somethign on their website for a low price and then when the item is found to be priced higher then their advertised price, they simply re-list the item with a different product code and yank the previous pre-orders with some sad excuse.

Slashfilm is confirming the release and even they admit that while the price is not set that they expect the price to be around $200:

http://www.slashfilm.com/mgm-fox-rel...-films-bluray/

I'm praying that the $200 is set and I welcome that. But, I won't get my hopes up until I see an official Press Release. I hope you guys understand that. Oh, and Amazon has the very nasty habit of constantly pre-listing DVDs and Blu-rays before they are released.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:52 PM   #195
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Amazon has gotten themselves in trouble over this before. If MGM and Fox end up announcing this set for higher than $300, don't expect Amazon to honor that $200 price.

At any rate, I did a quick search on Amazon.com and they don't even have it listed. Searched for "James Bond blu-ray" and set it for "release dates" and nothing shows up:

http://www.amazon.com/s?rh=n%3A26253...t=-releasedate

The link those have posted before are probably for Amazon Marketplace. When Amazon lists the item, it probably won't be for $200. The link someone posted before was simply to place it on their pre-order list and no price was indicated.

(I'm going by the link that someone posted before and that the prices that people quoted were removed from the listing). Remember, Amazon does honor pre-order prices but not for items that have not been officially announced.
You have absolutely no idea what you're talking about. Every day Amazon offers items for less than their SRP and they constantly place items up for preorder before they're officially announced and then go on to honor those prices.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:55 PM   #196
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If that Amazon price is set, then I'll be ordering mine. However, I'm not expecting that price to be solid until the studio announces an official Press Release. Until then, everyone who's advertising this set for low prices are just anticipating (or assuming) that the boxed set will be that price.

I've seen Amazon and Best Buy do this before. They'll list somethign on their website for a low price and then when the item is found to be priced higher then their advertised price, they simply re-list the item with a different product code and yank the previous pre-orders with some sad excuse.

Slashfilm is confirming the release and even they admit that while the price is not set that they expect the price to be around $200:

http://www.slashfilm.com/mgm-fox-rel...-films-bluray/

I'm praying that the $200 is set and I welcome that. But, I won't get my hopes up until I see an official Press Release. I hope you guys understand that. Oh, and Amazon has the very nasty habit of constantly pre-listing DVDs and Blu-rays before they are released.
Simple question: What do YOU have to lose by preordering? By all means wait around and preorder at a higher price.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:57 PM   #197
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Because he has no understanding I how Amazon works.

Mark my words: everyone who placed an order from Amazon today will pay $199.99 or less as long as they don't cancel that very same Amazon order.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:59 PM   #198
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Not much of an announcement with no specs and if the unreleased 9 films will be sold as single titles. It would suck to have to by the others again, just to get the unreleased ones.
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They BETTER release them separately as well, there is no way I'm double dipping on the ones I have already
Agreed. I want the remaining 9 films, thats it!
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:59 PM   #199
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Under 10 dollars a film is fine. I just hope they release them individually as I don't want to loose my 2-disc Australian (Uncut) Casino Royale...
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Old 01-11-2012, 12:03 AM   #200
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Under 10 dollars a film is fine. I just hope they release them individually as I don't want to loose my 2-disc Australian (Uncut) Casino Royale...
How would you "loose" it? If you like the set, there's nothing to say you can't keep both!
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