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    Costco Deals:

    Star Trek Into Darkness - $17.99 (thru 9/14)
    Bourne Trilogy - $17.49
    This Is Spinal Tap - $6.99
    Life of Pi - $9.99
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    HBO Series @ Costco for $17.99 each:

    Sopranos Season 1
    Sopranos Season 6 part 1
    Sopranos Season 6 part 2
    Rome, both seasons
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    Quote Originally Posted by IEStrikes Back View Post
    HBO Series @ Costco for $17.99 each:

    Rome, both seasons
    Rome, the Complete Series, with both seasons together is $18?! Amazon's
    best price ever on that is $43.

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    I'm sure it's each season for $17 so both would be $34 still a good deal.
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    From Here to Eternity and Funny Girl are $9.99 each @ Costco. Lawrence of Arabia too.
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    @ Costco:

    Jaws (Digibook) $14.99
    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (Anniversary Edition) (Digibook) $14.99
    Schindler's List (20th Anniversary Limited Edition) $14.99

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    Quote Originally Posted by timcharger View Post
    Rome, the Complete Series, with both seasons together is $18?! Amazon's
    best price ever on that is $43.
    Quote Originally Posted by snipsnapsappy View Post
    I'm sure it's each season for $17 so both would be $34 still a good deal.
    Correct, $17.99 for each season. Good deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timcharger View Post
    Rome, the Complete Series, with both seasons together is $18?! Amazon's
    best price ever on that is $43.
    Quote Originally Posted by snipsnapsappy View Post
    I'm sure it's each season for $17 so both would be $34 still a good deal.
    Quote Originally Posted by Wolvie View Post
    Correct, $17.99 for each season. Good deal.
    Is it weird that because a 2-season-Complete Series edition DOES exist, instead
    of buying the individual seasons for $18 each, I now want to buy the Complete
    Series for $36? That's the new price target I want for my prize.

    Unless there's a non-price reason to buy the individual seasons instead of the
    Complete Series?

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    Quote Originally Posted by timcharger View Post
    Rome, the Complete Series, with both seasons together is $18?! Amazon's
    best price ever on that is $43.
    No, it's $17.99 PER season. Sorry, should have been more clear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Super-VHS View Post
    From Here to Eternity... $9.99 each @ Costco.
    With a spiffy slipcover, too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolvie View Post
    @ Costco:
    Schindler's List (20th Anniversary Limited Edition) $14.99
    Really, really tempted, but I feel that it'll sit on my shelf unwatched. I'd pick it
    up 3-4 times a year from my shelf, but will put it back saying, I'll watch it next
    time. It's definitely a must see. Grave of the Fireflies is the same way for me.
    So I put Schindler's List in the giant Costco shopping cart, but I put it back,
    saying I'll buy it next time.

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    Is the schindlers list at Costco the digibook?
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    Quote Originally Posted by snipsnapsappy View Post
    Is the schindlers list at Costco the digibook?
    Schindler's List was not released as a Digibook in the US. The 20th Anniversary LE is a Digipack, and is the only version available in the US at the moment.

    The film was released in Digibook packaging in some parts of Europe.
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    Costco update

    Sony assortment @ $9.99:
    • Lawrence of Arabia
    • Funny Girl
    • From Here to Eternity
    • The Bridge on the River Kwai


    20th Century Fox Studio Classics assortment @ $9.99:
    • A Letter to Three Wives
    • On the Rivera
    • The Fantastic Voyage
    • Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea


    Fox/MGM assortment @ $8.99:
    • Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
    • A Fish Called Wanda
    • French Kiss
    • One Fine Day
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    @ Costco:

    The Sound of Music (45th Anniversary Limited Edition) $14.99 ($19.99 - $5 off until 12/31/13)
    Chariots of Fire (Digibook) $9.99
    The Color Purple (Digibook) $9.99
    GoodFellas (20th Anniversary Edition) (Digibook) $9.99
    What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (Digibook) $9.99

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    Costco has the Warner 50 movie collection for $149.95 ($189.95 - $40.00 rebate).

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