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Old 07-15-2019, 06:00 PM   #21
hariseldon hariseldon is offline
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Originally Posted by ctujackbauer View Post
But 20% off nearly every other blu-ray or 4k.

I don't have prime, but that's not so bad.
Which brings many/most of them down to just above their previous deal prices in the 3/45 or 2/40 deals. Lots of good prices all at once, not a lot of world beater prices that are lower than prior deals.

Hitchcock Boxset $45+tax which Criterion flash sale has for $42.50 twice a year for the last 4 years (no tax for most people and the 10% reward cert making a net $38-40). I think the original 2016 Costco price was $50

Best deal I've found so far is the Jack Ryan 4K box and the Criterion Bergman set. B&N members who bought with 20% discounted gift cards did get a better deal (those who got B&N to add a 20% Coupon even better), but the Prime Deal is extremely good
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Old 07-15-2019, 08:47 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by ingmog View Post
It will say Prime Day Deal in blue under the price on the search listing or under the price on the right side of the page on the actual listing.

You can't go by that. There are a lot of titles that aren't highlighted in blue, nor are featured on their deals page, but ring up 20% off at checkout. Some have a little green price savings indicator on the left side of their listing page indicating they'll be cheaper at checkout. Others don't even have that. I've also found several that rang up 10% off, oddly.
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