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Old 07-16-2019, 02:52 PM   #1
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Family Video has been selling codes in store for a while now. I haven't stepped foot in one for a year or so but hit all three of our locals in the past few days. There are tons of older codes that were 99 cent/$1.49 for 2 codes at all three of my locals and I bought a good amount. New releases are typically 7.99 or 3/$21.

Ones I bought:

99 cents/2 for $1.49:
Lowriders
Kidnap
The Promise
Grow House
Geostorm
The Bounce Back
Big Little Lies Season 1
Vice Principals Season 1
Annabelle: Creation
Almost Christmas
Shut In
Rings
Sleepless
mother!
Thank You for Your Service
and two I didn't know were FlixFling

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They Shall Not Grow Old

They do not sell Disney Digital anymore because they're afraid of getting sued (I'm guessing). The manager said they send all Disney codes to corporate. Disney won't even sell them rental discs and the managers have to buy them at release at Best Buy/Walmart.
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Old 07-16-2019, 04:36 PM   #2
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Family Video has been selling codes in store for a while now. I haven't stepped foot in one for a year or so but hit all three of our locals in the past few days. There are tons of older codes that were 99 cent/$1.49 for 2 codes at all three of my locals and I bought a good amount. New releases are typically 7.99 or 3/$21.

Ones I bought:

99 cents/2 for $1.49:
Lowriders
Kidnap
The Promise
Grow House
Geostorm
The Bounce Back
Big Little Lies Season 1
Vice Principals Season 1
Annabelle: Creation
Almost Christmas
Shut In
Rings
Sleepless
mother!
Thank You for Your Service
and two I didn't know were FlixFling

$6
They Shall Not Grow Old

They do not sell Disney Digital anymore because they're afraid of getting sued (I'm guessing). The manager said they send all Disney codes to corporate. Disney won't even sell them rental discs and the managers have to buy them at release at Best Buy/Walmart.
I wish there's a Family Video in my area.
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Old 07-17-2019, 01:09 AM   #3
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Thanks for the heads up, not much at my store but got American Made and Hidden Figures for $1.60 total.
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Old 07-20-2019, 12:40 AM   #4
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I haven't been into the local FV in probably 2 or 3 years.
May stop in and see if they have any.

Thanks for the heads up!
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If you have one in your area, it's worth checking out. Picked up : American Made, Creed II, Dunkirk, Molly's Game, Batman Ninja and Geostorm for less than $20.
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Old 07-20-2019, 09:16 PM   #6
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If you are picking up codes make sure you check if they are iTunes only. Since stores will write it on the box and some won't. It's usually STX titles that are. A few that come to mind are:

Molly's Game
Mile 22
Bad Mom's Christmas
Happytime Murders
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Old 07-20-2019, 09:17 PM   #7
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Double post

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Old 07-21-2019, 12:57 AM   #8
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If you are picking up codes make sure you check if they are iTunes only. Since stores will write it on the box and some won't. It's usually STX titles that are. A few that come to mind are:

Molly's Game
Mile 22
Bad Mom's Christmas
Happytime Murders

Good advice. I knew Molly's Game was Itunes only. But, since I do most of my viewing there, I was fine with that.
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Old 07-21-2019, 06:42 AM   #9
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Good advice. I knew Molly's Game was Itunes only. But, since I do most of my viewing there, I was fine with that.
Your post was what actually made me think of it. Stores are hit or miss near me whether they mark it or whether or not they mark all of them.

On a somewhat related note... I decided to make my monthly run to one of the stores and pick up some blus. I love this particular location because it is smaller store and they move stock out fairly quick when it isn't rented much. Add in the fact that it is in a farming community with less than 4500 people, so once an item is off the new release wall it goes $1.99 / 2 for $3 really quick.
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Old 07-21-2019, 07:04 AM   #10
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If you are picking up codes make sure you check if they are iTunes only. Since stores will write it on the box and some won't. It's usually STX titles that are. A few that come to mind are:

Molly's Game
Mile 22
Bad Mom's Christmas
Happytime Murders
Wouldn't they also need to alert us about titles that are UV only?
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Old 07-21-2019, 07:19 AM   #11
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Your post was what actually made me think of it. Stores are hit or miss near me whether they mark it or whether or not they mark all of them.

On a somewhat related note... I decided to make my monthly run to one of the stores and pick up some blus. I love this particular location because it is smaller store and they move stock out fairly quick when it isn't rented much. Add in the fact that it is in a farming community with less than 4500 people, so once an item is off the new release wall it goes $1.99 / 2 for $3 really quick.
Yeah, this place is a hidden gem. The young clerk at mine, said I was the only one to ever ask about them selling digital codes. She was quite knowledgeable, and mentioned that she had over 200 movies in her digital collection. She even knew about UV shutting down.

They actually had a huge list of codes available. They’re not allowed to sell Disney or Sony codes. Yeah, definitely worth a trip to if one is in your area.
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Old 07-21-2019, 07:26 AM   #12
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I had no idea they sell codes. We only have ONE Family Video, but it's only 10 minutes away from me. I'll give them a call tomorrow to make sure they sell codes. If so, I'll go check it out...
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I stopped by a family video while driving back into town last night(we don't have any in my immediate area). They didn't have a display of digital movies out anymore like I've seen before. I did see the digital movies sign sitting on the floor so it's possible that store isn't doing digital codes anymore or they are rearranging. Interestingly enough it seems they've started expanding their offerings by selling cell phone plans and cbd oil lol
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Old 07-22-2019, 02:49 AM   #14
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Every FV I’ve been to is run completely differently. One of them puts new digital codes mixed in with the new releases. So if you want an Us code you have to look where the Us rentals are.
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Every FV I’ve been to is run completely differently. One of them puts new digital codes mixed in with the new releases. So if you want an Us code you have to look where the Us rentals are.
Hmmm, that makes sense. The FV I went to in the Western part of the state a while back had a specific aisle. Maybe I'll check the one near my family next time I visit.
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Mine had a big notebook binder at the counter with a list of titles. They kept the codes behind the counter.
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Old 07-23-2019, 04:01 AM   #17
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They actually had a huge list of codes available. They’re not allowed to sell Disney or Sony codes. Yeah, definitely worth a trip to if one is in your area.
The Sony/Disney codes seems to be hit or miss. There's about 5 stores that I swing by about once every month or two to check out the used blu-ray selections and digital codes and 3 of them seem to have Disney titles out still on the digital wall. Although the Disney titles are usually the Marvel/Star Wars titles, and not the regular Disney... So I'm not sure if that's the limit or not. The last store tends to have Sony titles out, but they are usually few and far between.

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Interestingly enough it seems they've started expanding their offerings by selling cell phone plans and cbd oil lol
I think I have seen the cell phone set up at 3 of the 5 stores I frequent and the cbd oil at 4 of the 5. The 2 without the cell phone desks are more rural stores and the 3 with them are more in the city. The CBD oils are at all but the rural store that also happens to be in a very conservative/religious area... So I'm guessing it is probably a "know your market" type business move.
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Just picked up for less than $10 :

Widows
Rogue One
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Any other Disneys besides Rogue One? My locals pulled all Disney codes, said because of corporate.
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Rogue One was the only one I recall seeing. I was actually surprised to see it.
Maybe this one was a slip up on their part.
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