Media: The Wire complete series box set $80 (Reg. $110+), Blu-rays from $5 – The Score, South Park, Boxtrolls, Fifty Shades, more

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Today only, as part of its Deals of the Day, Best Buy is offering The Wire 20-disc complete series boxset on Blu-ray for $79.99 shipped. That’s $100 under the original listing, $30 below Amazon, and the best price we can find. Amazon’s price for the regular DVD set is currently $10 more than today’s Blu-ray deal. It ships with all 60-episodes of the show spread across 20 Blu-ray discs, plus 4 behind-the-scenes documentaries, 22 audio commentaries from the cast/crew, 3 prequels “that explore life before The Wire,” and more.

Widely considered to be one of the best television series to grace our big screens, “The Wire chronicles the tribulations of a post-industrial American city. Viewed from the perspectives of both the police and their targets, the award-winning series captures a world where easy distinctions between good and evil, and crime and punishment, are challenged at every turn.”

Next up, Best Buy is having another one of those $5 Blu-ray sales to stock up your back catalogue. We are seeing quite a large selection of classic/older titles here including everything from The Truman Show to South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut and many more. Some films in the sale are available for free in-store pickup, others will ship free with orders over $35.

Head below for the rest of today’s best Media deals:

Amazon also has few notable Blu-rays on sale today including The Boxtrolls (Blu-ray + DVD + DIGITAL HD with UltraViolet) for $8.99 Prime shipped (Orig. $24) and Fifty Shades of Grey – (Unrated Blu-ray Edition + R- rated DVD + R- rated DIGITAL HD) for $14.96 Prime shipped (Orig. $25). Both titles are at the lowest Amazon has offered and the best we can find.

Lastly, for all you Miyazaki fans out there, the recently announced Collected Works of Hayao Miyazaki (Amazon Exclusive) [Blu-ray] is now available for pre-order at $224.99 shipped. While you might be able to get all of these classics individually on Blu-ray for less, you certainly won’t be getting all of the extras like the sweet package, The Great Dichotomy: Looking at the Works of Hayao Miyazaki book, bonus episodes of TV shows he produced early in his career and more.

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