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Amazon is the best place to buy movies and music. Usually the most choices and the lowest prices. One thing that very few people seem to be aware of is their A-Z guarantee. You'll see in the feedback that many buyers have issues not with Amazon, but the marketplace sellers. If you have a problem with something you buy, you file a claim, and Amazon looks into the matter and always makes it right. So even if you buy something from a small vendor in another state that doesn't do the right thing, Amazon makes sure you get a full refund. Its hard to believe that a big company like that actually gets it right, but they do. You just have to be aware that you can file a claim.
Best buy typically matches prices from Amazon online, if I'm not mistaken, right in the stores. Occasionally, I see some deals at Walmart, but then yes, also Amazon.
Once in a blu moon (no pun), I'll see some minty restored or even new closeout deals at local mom and pop video rental stores, which have mostly all but disappeared in my neck of the woods.
Guess Netflix has taken a chunk, as well as the Zon.
Heck, were already seeing 4K and UltraHD displays at the stores, and the Blu disc will likely shrivel up and go online streaming medium, almost exclusively in the near future. Yes, the discs days are probably numbered, me thinks.
Still got my 100 blu disc collection though...looks stellar on a good projector
wow $17.99 for Z, its 29.99 at best buy, well done.
Costco is a great idea I am a member but never paid attention to the movies section.
I think best buy had a special on Tuesdays not sure if they still do.
I guess that the consensus is that quality is pretty much the same in most places.
thank you all for the info!!