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Old 11-18-2017, 11:13 AM   #1
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Default Microsoft Black Friday Sales Movies and TV Series. (11/18/17-11/27/17)

Section Corrected, https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/stor...to50percentoff

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/stor...ay2017_uhdsale

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/stor...undlesupto_off

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/stor...2017_tvseasons

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/stor..._moviesaslowas

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/stor...2017_499movies

A lot of good digital deals from Microsoft for Black Friday, i'm particularly interested in those DragonBall seasons being $12.99 But not to shabby. Some pretty good movies deals as well, aside from the kinda barren UHD section.
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Old 11-18-2017, 11:28 AM   #2
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Microsoft isn't part of Movies Anywhere if I'm not mistaken. Too bad too. Some great deals to be had here.
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Microsoft isn't part of Movies Anywhere if I'm not mistaken. Too bad too. Some great deals to be had here.
Lol, i just use ms's service.
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Lol, i just use ms's service.
The problem is that I don't trust their movie service to last. They are in the process of shutting down their music service so it's a bit risky to invest in their movie ecosystem at this point. If MS wants the movie service to flourish, it makes sense for them to join MA.
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The problem is that I don't trust their movie service to last. They are in the process of shutting down their music service so it's a bit risky to invest in their movie ecosystem at this point. If MS wants the movie service to flourish, it makes sense for them to join MA.
Isn't MA having big issues, giving digital HD right now, you know the thing you buy along with a BD. Wasn't directing that toward you, but in fist shaking at MA.
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With the Microsoft video being part of the Xbox systems since the Xbox 360 I doubt they would get rid of the service. They consider the Xbox as more of a entertainment center then just a video game system these days. So why would they get rid of something so many use. Plus I know they where part of the Disney movie anywhere. So you never know they could be part of Movies anywhere once they have it under control
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With the Microsoft video being part of the Xbox systems since the Xbox 360 I doubt they would get rid of the service. They consider the Xbox as more of a entertainment center then just a video game system these days. So why would they get rid of something so many use. Plus I know they where part of the Disney movie anywhere. So you never know they could be part of Movies anywhere once they have it under control
As an avid user of the Xbox One, that would be awesome if MS joined MA.
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I know it was part of Disney anywhere since that's how I got Star Wars The Force Awakens and Wreck it Ralph on my Xbox. Isn't Movies Anywhere like the next step in that. So I would think it will happen
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