Mad Men Stories November 23, 2015

expiredMedia: James Bond Ultimate Blu-ray Collection $115 (Reg. $180), more

Update (11/25 11:15am): Amazon, as a part of its Gold Box Deals of the Day, offers a few nice Batman bundles, including the complete series on Blu-ray for $100 (Orig. $270).

Next up, Amazon has the Ultimate James Bond Collection on Blu-ray for $114.99 with free shipping. Also available at Best Buy. This collection of 23 films originally retailed for $300, but regularly goes for around $180 or more. You’ll find Blu-ray and Digital HD copies of all 23 films to this point plus over 120 hours of special features including a 90-minute documentary and a Bond Poster Book.

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Mad Men Stories August 7, 2015

expiredMedia: Star Wars Blu-ray Steelbooks pre-orders, Die Hard 25th Anniv. Blu-ray Bundle $20, more

Update (8/7 8:30pm): The Mad Men: Complete Series Blu-Ray Box Set is now sold out.

Pre-orders for the limited edition Star Wars Blu-ray Steelbooks are now open with a scheduled release date of November 10th. Each film includes steelbook packaging and “existing audio commentary with George Lucas and the film crew as well as audio commentary from archival interviews with the cast and crew.” More info can be found here.

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Mad Men Stories February 9, 2015

Update (3/4 9:00am): Sling TV has announced that it has added AMC and IFC to its “Best of Live TV” core package. Beginning today, subscribers will be able to enjoy popular shows such as Mad Men, Better Call Saul, The Walking Dead and Portlandia. Sling TV also has a new “Hollywood Extra” pack, this $5 add-on includes content from all EPIX movie channels as well as Sundance TV. Interested in Sling TV? Learn how to grab a free or discounted streaming device when you subscribe.

Sling TV, the hit of CES 2015, is available today to all customers nationwide, offering contract free, $20 a month television to a variety of devices. This service made a big splash in January with its promise of some of the most popular cable television services such as ESPN/2, TNT, TBS, however its only been available in beta since then. Today users can sign up at its website for a free 7-day trial before the $20 a month rate kicks in.

We’ve also got full details on additional channel packages and upcoming availability on other devices such as the Xbox One. Head below for more information and full PR.

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