Amazon’s TV deal of the week this week is ‘The Sopranos’ on DVD for 50% off its $279.99 list price. The set includes David Chase’s entire series as well as 3.5 hour of bones features, including deleted scenes and cast auditions.
Amazon’s Gold Box Deal of the Day is ‘The Wizard of Oz’ 75th anniversary set for 48% off its $105.43 list price. The deal includes the film across almost every platform available and comes with a 52-page hardcover book, a map poster, pins, sparkle globe, journal, and hours of special features and documentaries, my pretty.
The beloved Ron Moore show is available on Blu-ray for 64% off the $210.99 list price. Great frackin’ deal.
Seasons 1-5 are available on Blu-ray and DVD this week for under $24 each. The savings range up to 70% off. Mmm.
You’re travelling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind; a journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That’s the signpost up ahead - your next stop, the pop deal zone. Amazon’s Gold Box Deal of the Day is the classic series for 65% off the $399.98 list price. It includes all 156 episodes presented in new high def transfers, with audio commentaries, radio dramas, interviews, bloopers, a comic book and an episode script with Rod Serling’s handwritten notes.
All eight seasons of the beloved sitcom are included in this DVD box set, which Amazon is selling for 66% off the $169.72 list price. The deal is new this week, and like Danny Tanner’s girlfriends, may not last. Have mercy.
This is a great deal or my name isn’t Plays-With-Squirrells. All this week, get the entire TGIF favorite for 50% off the $99.98 list price.
Grab the hit Fox drama for 60% off the $199.98 list price all this week on Amazon. The set stretches across 41 discs and includes 176 episodes.
That price is 79% off the $678.82 list price. The set includes all 15 seasons of the historic medical drama.
The deal Gotham deserves is back, but only for today. 62% off the $52.99 list price on Blu-ray and 62% off the $38.99 list price on DVD. The Blu-ray set includes a load of special feature for every movie and a 64-page making-of and art booklet.
The classic series plus the movie is 70% off its $329.98 list price all this week. The set includes all 11 seasons as well as ‘M*A*S*H’ the movie. ‘After MASH’ not included.
The new deal gives Disney marketing and distribution rights to future films as well as retaining its Lucasfilms ownership rights. Which basically means they’ve got the whole shebang now. Paramount, on the other hand, isn’t left without any Indiana of its own. The studio will continue to have distribution rights to the first four Indiana films.