Posted Fri Oct 29, 2010 at 07:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward
Want a discount on some Warner Blu-rays? Trade in the crappiest of your DVD collection!
The DVD2Blu trade-in program was a cool idea, but a bit lacking at the inception. This new change makes it simple for anyone to get some cheap Blu-rays by allowing you to trade in any DVD you own for a discount.
Alright, it's technically not good for any DVD you own. It has to be a professionally produced DVD that was sold at retail – that means home movies and burns don't count. It's also limited to content that's not considered "adult," so don't go try exchanging your sock drawer movie collection for new Blu-rays.
Pricing for Blu-rays starts at a measly $4.95 for titles like 'Beerfest' and 'Ocean's Eleven,' but ranges up to $19.95 for the complete second season of 'Chuck.' Shipping is free if you order more than $35 worth of Blu-rays, which really shouldn't be difficult to do with the selection available.
Source: DVD2 Blu
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