05-10-2012 05:20 PM #16
So here's my question...I have an old Coen Brothers set where each film is in ultra slim cases (and I don't think they have their own UPC), but otherwise the disc and artwork are the same as the normal releases in normal cases. It seems they've become a bit more lax in their requirements...so is it now possible for me to take in each individual one for a different coupon? Normally I wouldn't do that, I would just sell the set on Half.com, but it has Barton Fink in it which I want to keep since I am getting the feeling it may never be released on Blu-ray. =p
Someone who works higher up at Best Buy said I could probably do that, and that all they do is throw these things into a big pile and send them off to be disposed of (I think they actually said destroyed). I suspect it is the kind of thing that depends on the store and the service rep you end up with...
But I would like to know if anybody has tried and succeeded before I make a fool of myself.Pan 65" Plasma TC-P65V10 / Onk 7.1 TX-SR607 / Onk DV-HD805 / Pan DMP-BD60 / Tosh XD-E500
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05-10-2012 05:50 PM #17Member
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I would say if in doubt, try it. I got a little worried when I got there and realized my copy of The Rock was labeled "not for individual sale" in place of a UPC (guessing I got it in some double pack) but they took it just fine.
05-11-2012 12:05 AM #18Member
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If they're just destroying them, why the heck do they want the boxes too?
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