Just like a few weeks ago, Amazon and Target are heavily discounting tons of Blu-ray movies. This time around every movie is even cheaper at just $4 a piece. If you choose to go through Amazon you’ll have to place an order of $35+ or be a Prime member (free trial) to get your hands on these discounted movies at no additional cost. Likewise, if you’re ordering from Target you’ll have to spend $25+ to get free shipping or opt for free in-store pickup. REDcard holders will receive free shipping on all orders.
Our top picks are available from Amazon and Target for $4 each:
- Terminator 2: Judgement Day: Skynet Edition or via Target
- Van Wilder or via Target
- Black Sheep or via Target
- Hot Tub Time Machine or via Target
- The Island or via Target
- Tommy Boy or via Target
- 3:10 to Yuma or via Target
- … and everything else…
*note: as Amazon begins to sell out you’ll be able to lock in the discounted price and your items will ship ASAP
Walmart has a selection of Blu-rays for $5 each with free in-store pickup including Due Date, Sucker Punch, Faster, She’s Out Of My League, Cloverfield, and more.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers post many of the band’s live performances available for purchase digitally. Each show usually costs $11.95 in MP3 or $15.95 in high-quality FLAC. The band recently made its 6/24/04 performance from Cardiff, Wales available in MP3 for free. The show includes live renditions of Around The World, Scar Tissue, Otherwise, Get On Top, Give It Away, and many more.
iTunes has a couple dozen time travel movies on sale for $9.99 each in HD: Back To The Future I/II/III, Men in Black 3, Donnie Darko, Austin powers in Goldmember, more
This week’s $0.99 movie rental is Frank Millers Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.