This week only, save up to 70% on Ken Burns Documentaries, Prohibition, The War, Jazz, The Central Park Five, and more. Offer ends Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 11:59pm.
That’s 67% off the $149.99 list price, but it will only be available until midnight.
"Featuring the complete seven season series, the Burn Notice box set combines thrilling espionage action and wry humor with intricate plot twists and gripping suspense, showcasing one of the smartest, sexiest shows on television."
Still no answer as to what ‘Burn Notice’ is though.
Amazon’s bonus Gold Box deal of the day is select BBC Earth titles for up to 83% off including Planet Earth, Life, Frozen Planet, and more on Blu-ray and DVD.
Get 40 of the actor/director’s movies for 57% off the $179.98 list price. Empty chair not included.
Amazon’s Gold Box deal today is the complete set of Aaron Sorkin’s acclaimed on DVD for 79% off the $299.98 list price. What’s next?
Assemble for the 10-disc collector’s edition marked down 45% from its $219.99 list price. The set includes
• Marvel’s The Avengers film (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray)
• Captain America: The First Avenger film (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray)
• Thor film (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray)
• Iron Man 2 film (Blu-ray)
• The Incredible Hulk film (Blu-ray)
• Iron Man film (Blu-ray)
• Top-secret Bonus Disc
The acclaimed FX series is available this week on Amazon for 52% off its $65.99 list price. See one of the seminal quality dramas of the new television golden age.
Cowabunga dude! DVDs of the classic animated series will cost you less than a large pizza.
Get ‘Shaun of the Dead,’ ‘Hot Fuzz’ and ‘The World’s End’ on Blu-ray and digital for less than the cost of the trilogy on DVD! The set is marked down 50% from its $39.98 list price. Each movie comes with a ton of bonuses including documentaries, commentaries, galleries and promos.
Could this be a better deal?! Amazon’s Gold Box Deal of the Day is the entirety of ‘Friends’ for up to 70% off. The DVD is marked down from $203, while the Blu-ray is marking down from $280. Pretty huge savings.
I can’t guarantee everyone will know your name once you own it, but at least you’ll have access to one of the best sitcoms ever. It’s being offered for $149.99, which is 44% off the $269.98 list price.
With the option for a potential 11th season.
Before you say how terrible the show is and that they don’t deserve the money, think of how huge the ratings are and how much profit it makes for CBS and Warner Bros. That is why they’re getting paid this much. People who make a lot for their bosses deserve to be compensated appropriately, despite your subjective opinion of their work. Quality is moot.