Toronto Where to buy SW EP2 DVD the cheapest?

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  1. KingBob Jedi Knight

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  2. Wolf Jedi Master

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    I've never stole anything from rogers. I just worked there so i know how to get around the system.
  3. SLam Jedi Knight

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    Hi All,

    Wow, haven't been here for a while. Anyhoo, did a bit of phoning around while my computer was chugging away at work.

    The cheapest places I could find are (if you already didn't know):
    Zellers $24.83
    Futureshop : $24.99
    BestBuy : $24.99

    Electronic Boutique sells it for $29.99, but you can get $3 to $10 for a used DVD trade in.

    Later,
    SLam
  4. slimjedi Jedi Knight

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    Any one knows the price for LOTR EE at Futureshop?
  5. SLam Jedi Knight

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    Yup:

    Futureshop & BestBuy have it LOTR:FOTR Extended Edition for $37.99

    Well it's not surprising, since they are owned by the same company.

    ElectronicBoutique has is for unsightly price of $47.99, but they offer the old DVD trade-in deal.

    Later,
    SLam
  6. Adam-the-Indifferent Jedi Master

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    www.futureshop.com - their web prices are almost always the same as their store prices (save for web-exclusives and the odd item here and there)
  7. slimjedi Jedi Knight

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    Thanks for the info.
  8. Duker_Duck Jedi Master

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    I believe I saw it for $24.99 at Loblaws.
  9. Darth_Shaun Jedi Master

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    i was actually able to pick mine up from a freind who works at blockbuster. he gets 20% so i paid 25 bucks even with tax.
    not a bad deal at all!
  10. Kenobi2 Jedi Master

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    Strange, I went to Wal-Mart and had to pay only $77!

    Of course I've got a couple of bookends, a 5th DVD, promos and a fancy box to put it all in...

    And if you count that I had to get 2, plus the Ep2 disc... that's a good chunk of cash!

    Anyone found the easter egg on Disc one yet?
  11. slimjedi Jedi Knight

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    Hey Kenobi2 is it worth is getting the LOTR gift set?
  12. KingBob Jedi Knight

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    The gift set is worth it, the Argonaths are very cool and I really liked the National Geographic special, definetly worth picking up
  13. Adam-the-Indifferent Jedi Master

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    Greg is an eevil one...tauting me with the fact that I don't have the money for it. I wouldn't have gotten the aotc dvd if it was very the greatest person in the world, my mom :D Though I do owe her for it and my toast is getting cold and i gotta leave in 5 minutes, aw crap.

    okay i stop typin'
  14. slimjedi Jedi Knight

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    How much is the gift set?
  15. KingBob Jedi Knight

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    Your first born child, though i haggled them down to just my left arm and my two best cows

    i don't know what ken payed at evilmart, but i payed 95 tax included
  16. Pissenlit Jedi Knight

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    Noooooooooooo! Not the cows! Won't anyone think of the cows???

    *sigh*...oh the horrid decision...to get the gift edition or not... :p
  17. Adam-the-Indifferent Jedi Master

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    "How much is the gift set? "

    Why not check sites like futureshop.com , hmv.com , or other sites with canadian prices? or call the stores? or read this thread which contains the info already.
    Kenobi2 mumbled something about: "Strange, I went to Wal-Mart and had to pay only $77!
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