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Old 02-01-2014, 04:37 AM   #1
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Does anyone know a work around for an expired iTunes code? I've heard that there was a way to get around this. It's for Zombieland.

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Does anyone know a work around for an expired iTunes code? I've heard that there was a way to get around this. It's for Zombieland.

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Contact the company's Digital Copy Support.
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Unlike some of the studios, Sony doesn't like to issue new codes for expired ones. Unfortunately, I think you're out of luck.
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Unlike some of the studios, Sony doesn't like to issue new codes for expired ones. Unfortunately, I think you're out of luck.
Yep. Universal, Warner and Paramount seem to be the 3 willing to work with you on codes. Warner seems the best at it but you will just get a replacement for the code you asked about (Itunes for expired Itunes, WMA for Expired WMA, etc...).
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Alright. Thanks guys.
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Old 02-01-2014, 10:38 PM   #6
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Warner asked for expired code, a picture of my digital copy disc, a receipt, the insert with the code on it, and the case showing the digital copy logo. I did this last month and got new codes for The Dark Knight, Terminator Salvation, and Sherlock Holmes.

Fox asked a few questions but i was able to get new code for The Happening and Percy Jackson Lightning Thief, Percy Jackson didn't come with an insert, they gave me new code, it didn't work and sent them a response today.

Universal, I just went the site, selected the movie i had a code problem with, Little Fockers, entered the expired code, submitted it and the next day they gave me a new one, and i redeemed in HD.

I will soon try to get a new one from Paramount for Titanic.


I like the way Universal and Paramount still offer Itunes and I thank them for that. I think twice about buying WB, Sony, Fox, and Lionsgate.
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Sony is the only one I've had issues with. They refuse to give me a new code.
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I believe Sony has dropped complete support for their former iTunes codes. Once they went UltraViolet, their iTunes codes were basically abandoned.
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Yep. Universal, Warner and Paramount seem to be the 3 willing to work with you on codes. Warner seems the best at it but you will just get a replacement for the code you asked about (Itunes for expired Itunes, WMA for Expired WMA, etc...).
I had 26 titles I did at once with WB. They didn't give me iTunes codes, they simply put those titles in my UV account and said they don't do itunes. This was about a month ago. But others get individual WB titles without a problem. Very strange.

Universal on the other hand gave me codes for about the same amount of titles, and could be used for UV and iTunes. Universal is awesome service-wise and WB is 2nd in my experience.
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Old 02-03-2014, 02:18 AM   #10
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I believe Sony has dropped complete support for their former iTunes codes. Once they went UltraViolet, their iTunes codes were basically abandoned.
Yeah, I'm not a big fan of Sony anymore at the moment. As an iTunes user I'm not thrilled about the abandonment of iTunes codes.
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I had 26 titles I did at once with WB. They didn't give me iTunes codes, they simply put those titles in my UV account and said they don't do itunes. This was about a month ago. But others get individual WB titles without a problem. Very strange.

Universal on the other hand gave me codes for about the same amount of titles, and could be used for UV and iTunes. Universal is awesome service-wise and WB is 2nd in my experience.

I agree Universal's service has been awesome. They've always been speedy with me. I thought WB expanded the expiration date for all their iTunes codes until 2017?
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I agree Universal's service has been awesome. They've always been speedy with me. I thought WB expanded the expiration date for all their iTunes codes until 2017?
Some of WB's very earliest iTunes codes turn up expired, though if you contact them they will try to make it right.
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I forgot about Fox. If you have specific movies listed on this website http://support.foxdigitalcopy.com/ you can just pop the old code in a new one comes up. You can only do it once though.
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I had 26 titles I did at once with WB. They didn't give me iTunes codes, they simply put those titles in my UV account and said they don't do itunes. This was about a month ago. But others get individual WB titles without a problem. Very strange.

Universal on the other hand gave me codes for about the same amount of titles, and could be used for UV and iTunes. Universal is awesome service-wise and WB is 2nd in my experience.
Are you just submitting the titles through a support form or email?
I have several WB codes that have expired, just curious which route to contact them.
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Old 02-10-2014, 02:58 AM   #15
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Warner asked for expired code, a picture of my digital copy disc, a receipt, the insert with the code on it, and the case showing the digital copy logo. I did this last month and got new codes for The Dark Knight, Terminator Salvation, and Sherlock Holmes.
Damn, they never made me jump through all those hoops. When I got a new Dark Knight code all they wanted was the old code.
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