If you're going to take advantage of the B1G1 offers, there are a few disney movies on sale:
Pocahontas I & II $19.99 Lady & the Tramp 2 $19.99 The Aristocats $19.99 The Great Mouse Detective $19.99 Toy Story 3 $19.99 Cinderella 2 & 3 $22.99 (if you purchase 2, tell the to price match their website price of $22.49) Tigger Movie $22.99 (price match website if it rings up $29.99)
money167 said: Where are the $10 coupons suppose to be?
They might be at Customer Service, but those coupons were apparently in a gift bag/packet given to a couple hundred cusotmers for Black Friday.
There a decent scan of that coupon over on sd in one of Nemo thread -- poster JeniC post 80 I think a couple folks said it worked for them at least on the 3D version. I don't anyone reported getting the 10 and 5 to stack or using 2 on same purchase for 2 copies of Nemo.
Need to get two copies - 3D or non doesn't matter. SD reports the $5 MFG is good on 3disc version. But you can only use one $10 per transaction. You can still use two $5 though. Based on my math, my best option is to get both together using the B1G140%, one $10 TRU and two $5 MFG coupons. Total should be under $25 plus tax.
Doing split transactions and two $10 and two $5 coupons, puts me under $26 + tax.
And doing two B1G140% on two 3disc and using two $5, puts me under $27 + tax.
Since I had preordered, I picked up 2 5 disc Finding Nemo for $24.78 + tax used two $5 coupons The $10 GC will bring the price down to $18.36 (8% tax) NOTE. GC is applie after taxes
My TRU location didn't have UP 3D or Tigger movie You can also combine two separate preorders to take advantage of the B1G1 40% Off Side note, there's a B1G1 free promo for Sony movies $14.99 or less, so you can get Cloudy with a chance of meatballs bluray/DVD combo, 2 for $9.99 (it also includes a digital copy which has expired)
Got two 5disc sets for under $28 including tax. No problem using two $5 coupons but only able to use a $10.
They had them at the customer service desk. Will enter the code later today as SD reports giving two movie tickets instead of one.
NOTE: If they don't have them in their locked cabinet, ask. In my case they kept claiming they were out of stock until I insist they go to the back room as I know they keep them there. They eventually went to look and brought a stack of them.
I've only seen it @ BB but it doesn't have a slipcover I was going to check target, but noticed it's not on their website (I'll still go there anyway) since they have a deal for buying two disney titles (discussed here)
I picked up UP 3D from target (came with slip cover) It was going for $34.99 Pricematched to BB's $27.99 and got an extra $8 off for picking up finding nemo 3D Also got $10 GC using coupon from a deal posted on fb that expired 12/8 Overall, it turns out that TRU had the best deal for the finding nemo 3D even w/o any preorder, giftcard, or Groupon offer, still very hot: 1 3D order: $27.99 - $5 Disney coupon - $10 TRU coupon = $12.99 + tax 2 3D orders: $27.99 * 2 = $55.98 - $11.20 (B1G1 40%) - $5 Disney coupon (*2) - $10 TRU coupon = $24.78 + tax Special thanks to rsuaver for clarifying the use of the $10 TRU coupon. Dr deals thanks for compiling this thread.
A Wreck It Ralph preorder card is available, as I saw it at my store a couple of days ago. $8 off any disc, and it should work on Peter Pan next week. There is also a $5 coupon to sweeten the deal. It looks like TRU's Peter Pan price is the same as BB and Target next week ($23 and $28 for 2 and 3 disc respectively).
So it seems the computers aren't set up to combine the Peter Pan sale price with the Wreck It Ralph card, similar to what happened with Avengers. Thankfully, I was able to get a manager override, but that would definitely by be a YMMV situation on top of the YMMV on finding the cards in the first place.
I paid $20+tax for Peter Pan 3 disc AND the preorder, so $15 net for Pan. The coupon probably would have scanned for the 2 disc as well, which would have been $15 for PP and the preorder ($10 net), but one could probably only get away with that if the computers have been fixed/were set up correctly for the 2 disc in the first place. For me, I think using the coupon on the 2 disc would have been impossible since the fine print antennae were already up from the preorder mess.
I picked up MONSTER'S INC 3D yesterday from TRU in Htown they had to manually discount the $8 Wreck it Ralph pre-order card discount (manager override) cost $26.xx after taxes ($27.99 - $8 discount + $5 pre-order + tax)
Don't forget your coupon if you plan on picking up @ B&M locations Target: $19.99 (blu-ray/DVD combo), $27.99 3D combo BB: $22.99 (blu-ray/DVD combo), $27.99 3D combo TRU: $22.99 (blu-ray/DVD combo), $34.99 3D combo
YMMV on price matching and using a coupon, but I've done it in the past @ TRU & Target
TRU had shelf tags for $29.99 for the 3D version...but of course the computers weren't ringing it up properly. Required price override. Of course, if your store doesn't have the shelf tag, you are likely out of luck (not that this is cheapest anyway).
the local TRU in North Little Rock, AR had no signs for a sale, 3D Wreck version rang up @ $34.99 and they wouldn't PM to BB (which was in the same strip) will try again in Htown on friday (coupon expires on friday)
Mulan and Hunchback (and maybe Brother Bear) are on my list for enrollment titles with DMC as soon as they become available as such. It seems these lower profile releases aren't taking too long to gain enrollment title status, so I'll just try to get them no later than this fall along with Aristocats, Rescuers, Pocahontas, and Great Mouse Detective. Thankfully, my kids have still not caught on that I sold our old copy of Aristocats.
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