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Old 09-30-2008   #1
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Fox gets with the program, reduces MSRP on some Blu-ray Discs

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No matter what your current stance on Blu-ray is, one thing everyone can agree on is that the prices for discs have to come down. If you'll give Hollywood the benefit of the doubt for even a second, you can't blame them for starting disc prices high, in attempt to figure out what the market will bare. Luckily it didn't take long before the market leader woke up and realized that $40 for an older catalog title was just too much, as Warner lowered the initial price on many of its older titles to about $20. For whatever reason Fox has been the last to follow suit and if the more recent releases are any indication, even Fox is getting with the program now. The real win for consumers though, is that not only is the retail price of many older titles now $20, but the street price is coming in around $13. If this is any indication of the future of Blu, it combined with players that rival the price of upconverters, could easily carve out a solid market for Blu-ray in the future.
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No matter what your current stance on Blu-ray is, one thing everyone can agree on is that the prices for discs have to come down. The real win for consumers though, is that not only is the retail price of many older titles now $20, but the street price is coming in around $13. If this is any indication of the future of Blu, it combined with players that rival the price of upconverters, could easily carve out a solid market for Blu-ray in the future.
Interesting if you go to Costco website they are still $18.99 and more no discount yet??

at 18.99
The Terminator
Planet of the Apes
Kingdom of Heaven: Director’s Cut Blu-ray DVD
The Transporter Blu-ray DVD
The Usual Suspects Blu-ray DVD
X-Men 3: The Last Stand Blu-ray DVD
Fantastic Four Blu-ray
Rocky Blu-ray


$26.99
Independence Day
Die HardMan on Fire
Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
Die Hard 3: Die Hard With a Vengeance Blu-ray
I, Robot
Commando
Die Hard 2: Die Harder
Alien vs. Predator: Requiem
Mr. & Mrs. Smith

$27.79
Men Of Honor
Flight of the Phoenix
Entrapment

$58.99
James Bond Blu-ray Collection Volume Two Blu-ray DVD
James Bond Blu-ray Collection Volume One Blu-ray DVD
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