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post #1 of 5 Old 01-30-2007, 09:12 AM - Thread Starter
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I just got back from Wal-Mart (Gastonia , NC which is right outside Charlotte, NC) and they had Open Season, Saw III Unrated and others. Their blu-ray discs are between $19.96 to $24.96. I picked up Open Season because it was cheaper than Amazon. I am not sure about the other Wal-Marts but the Blu-Ray discs have been showing up here for the past two weeks. Wal-Mart seems to be the best place to get Blu-Rays from at a B&M. Please post and let me know what you have been able to find at your Wal-Mart.
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I just got back from Wal-Mart (Gastonia , NC which is right outside Charlotte, NC) and they had Open Season, Saw III Unrated and others. Their blu-ray discs are between $19.96 to $24.96. I picked up Open Season because it was cheaper than Amazon. I am not sure about the other Wal-Marts but the Blu-Ray discs have been showing up here for the past two weeks. Please post and let us know what you have been able to find at your Wal-Mart.

Yep, their prices seem to be quite good, though the way they appear to be stocking stores is interesting. We had a new store open on the 18th, and they didn't have any BD releases. Then, on the 23rd, they got in The Guardian, and the big floor display said "Ask about Blu-Ray Disc!" printed on it. So, I went back to the electronics and media section, and sure enough, they had one BD title and that was it. So, it appears that they aren't stocking already released titles in BD, but are putting new releases in all stores, or at least this one.

I'm about to head to my local Wal-Mart near the office and pick up a copy of Open Season for my kids.

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I just picked up Open Season today too. Picked up the Guardian last week.

I love this place ! If they would only stock more copies ... They sell out so quick.
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I am not sure how many are in a case but they had about 10 when I bought mine. I hope they keep getting these in because I don't mind paying $25 for blu-ray movies.
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Fry's has the best selection and is the cheapest....they just have few locations

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