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^Actually, the reason I called you out on that part of your post was because you were referring to disney, not 3DBRR.com.

 

And you don't need to see an actual representative announce himself within a forum.  Spreading the word to other consumers about any misgivings you have is always a positive, because as the conversation spreads online (to all venues) the likelihood of it being seen by someone within the company trying to take the pulse of things increases.  Doesn't have to be within any one thread.

 

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AaronWT - we have just put up Catching Fire....sorry about that.

Don Landis - thank you for your feedback. If you place an order 7 days before a movie is released which is also the day we put it up for pre-order, you're pretty much guaranteed to have the movie shipped to you on the release day. If that is not the case, please email us so we can investigate why you're having longer waits. We do monitor wait times very closely and can assure you we care smile.gif We do also sell extra discs but via eBay under the seller 3BRSales. Feel free to check out our used titles there.
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3BR- Thank you for the response. I think the last I did the preorder was late last year and the wait was well past the first day for shipping. You may recall me questioning this same problem before when you advised me of the 20 day max wait time. (27 days is nearly a month) Anyway, the most recent order I placed was on the first day of shipping and the "In Stock" was listed so I decided to order but it still did not ship for another 11 days wait. With an order placed, my CC charged and the website showing in stock, there should be no reason for the wait unless it was simply a mistake. In December we had one title that was delayed as well and you may recall I advised you to hold off on shipping since I would not be here in January to receive it. Yet almost a month went by and in early January, You mailed the disk which then just sat in the Post Office until my return. That was an admitted oversight. We corresponded about this while I was still away.

Because of this unpredictable delivery I have to assume that I should not order any title unless I can be sure that one month from my order date I will be here to receive it. It is disappointing for me but I don't want to order and then you get concerned because I can't return the disk the next day as I usually do.

Thanks for the ebay info. I will check it out.
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Hopefully what you went through was just a series of unfortunate events. I can help you moving forward though. If you order a title 7 days before the release date and it does not ship on the release date, let me know.
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Will do, 3BR. Thanks. I will be traveling again for about a month so I won't be ordering for awhile. As always, appreciate your attention to AVS members. I may complain at times but always try to do it in a constructive way.
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Hi, wanted to address your question. We operate on a first come first serve basis with all of our rentals. To ensure you are one of the first person to get a title, we recommend you put an order in as soon as possible in the pre-order phase which is a week before the release date. The reason these hot titles dont show up in the "in stock" list is because there is generally a queue for the first 1-2 months. Once that queue is complete, then it will show up in the available list like Prometheus, Avengers, Madagascar, etc does now. Hope that helps.

was getting annoyed at netflix and the fact Downton Abbey Season 4 was like in there for well I stuck it in the queue before it came out. still said very long wait. went looking on google on who's left and a cnet article had you up. Took a chance on an out of stock order 4-5 days later Disk 1 on blu ray arrived at the house. Impressive. Was one reason I kept Blockbuster around I could rent via rentals and not just membership.. had to put you on one of my speed dials because the name doesn't run off the tongue but maybe thats a good thing. Keep it up.
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was getting annoyed at netflix and the fact Downton Abbey Season 4 was like in there for well I stuck it in the queue before it came out. still said very long wait. went looking on google on who's left and a cnet article had you up. Took a chance on an out of stock order 4-5 days later Disk 1 on blu ray arrived at the house. Impressive. Was one reason I kept Blockbuster around I could rent via rentals and not just membership.. had to put you on one of my speed dials because the name doesn't run off the tongue but maybe thats a good thing. Keep it up.

Nice! Glad the new service is working out well for you!
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Understand Shameless not being available but the original House of Cards on blu ray on which the Netflix series is based on. thats hard to find. and I've been told to watch that first before touching the Netflix series
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Understand Shameless not being available but the original House of Cards on blu ray on which the Netflix series is based on. thats hard to find. and I've been told to watch that first before touching the Netflix series

If there are titles you don't see listed, just email us a request and we'll consider putting them up.
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Just tried to log into the site and it appears to be down. Any idea when it will be back up?

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Just tried to log into the site and it appears to be down. Any idea when it will be back up?

Working for me. I just ordered and got an e-mail confirmation too.

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Working for me. I just ordered and got an e-mail confirmation too.

Thanks and it's working for me now. Not sure what the deal was.

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Thanks and it's working for me now. Not sure what the deal was.

I think you must have logged in during the maintenance period one evening. Should not happen again. Thanks.
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I think you must have logged in during the maintenance period one evening. Should not happen again. Thanks.


No worries! It might have been something on my end as well. smile.gif

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I noticed they chnaged their envelopes last week. At least that was the first time I got this style. It looked like the ones I had form Gamefly many years ago with a big cardboard insert that the disc and sleeve was put into.

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I noticed they chnaged their envelopes last week. At least that was the first time I got this style. It looked like the ones I had form Gamefly many years ago with a big cardboard insert that the disc and sleeve was put into.
Much nicer, though I had some trouble getting mine to stay sealed. But a little Scotch tape did the trick.
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I am interested in checking out this service (and ditching NF). Do they offer any type of free trial period for the subscription models?

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I don't believe they have a free trial period. I would still highly recommend them for 3D rentals and regular BR rentals as they are the retail versions and not the edited for rental versions that NF and RB offer. Their ship times are closer to the 5 day range for the East Coast so getting to the 5 disc limit for me was very rare unless there were 5 weeks in the month. RB is far cheaper for new releases that you might not care about some of them are missing lossless audio or special features in the retail versions.

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I am interested in checking out this service (and ditching NF). Do they offer any type of free trial period for the subscription models?
They can't compete with NF for shipping speed, but for 3d it's the only mail based game in town right now. I still use NF/RB for my 2d needs and just use 3dbr for 3d blus.

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They can't compete with NF for shipping speed, but for 3d it's the only mail based game in town right now. I still use NF/RB for my 2d needs and just use 3dbr for 3d blus.
It's been noted before but bears repeating...if you enjoy extras on Blu (commentaries, extended/director's cuts, etc.), those are stripped from the NF/RB discs. Not so with 3DBR...you get the retail editions with all the goodies. So for example, you can't see RIDDICK in its full uncut version via NF/RB or on HBO/MAX/SHO/STARZ, etc. But if you rent it from 3DBR, you can. That's a BIG plus in my book.

There is a new disc-by-mail service called Vidiux but I have not used them so I can't comment on the discs or their service. They have about 7000 titles. They also have a few 3D titles (maybe 20 or so). You have a week to watch and then must return. (No membership plan)


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It's been noted before but bears repeating...if you enjoy extras on Blu (commentaries, extended/director's cuts, etc.), those are stripped from the NF/RB discs. Not so with 3DBR...you get the retail editions with all the goodies. So for example, you can't see RIDDICK in its full uncut version via NF/RB or on HBO/MAX/SHO/STARZ, etc. But if you rent it from 3DBR, you can. That's a BIG plus in my book.

There is a new disc-by-mail service called Vidiux but I have not used them so far so I can't comment on the discs or their service. They have about 7000 titles. They also have a few 3D titles (maybe 20 or so). You have a week to watch and then must return. (No membership plan)
All good points. Extras are not personally a factor for me as I never watch them. If there is something where I need the directors cut or lossless, it is good to have that option with 3bdr if I don't mind the extra cost and wait time vs NF/RB. NF/RB in general though are still the best option for MOST 2d. All this is why using both services is the best way to go and to dump Netflix and go strictly 3dbr would be a mistake since NF/RB have much quicker/cheaper service for the discs of theirs that do meet your needs which will be most as far as 2d goes.

For me, IF NF/RB started to carry 3d discs, I would dump 3dbr in a second due to the much superior cost, zero restrictions (as far as # of rentals/month) and speed of NF/RB.

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They can't compete with NF for shipping speed, but for 3d it's the only mail based game in town right now. I still use NF/RB for my 2d needs and just use 3dbr for 3d blus.
They also rent XBOne and PS4 games. I've rented four titles so far and am on the 3 out at a time plan. SInce dropping my Netflix disc service last month(after being with them since early 1999), Redbox and www.3d-blurayrental.com has done well picking up the slack.

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All good points. Extras are not personally a factor for me as I never watch them. If there is something where I need the directors cut or lossless, it is good to have that option with 3bdr if I don't mind the extra cost and wait time vs NF/RB. NF/RB in general though are still the best option for MOST 2d. All this is why using both services is the best way to go and to dump Netflix and go strictly 3dbr would be a mistake since NF/RB have much quicker/cheaper service for the discs of theirs that do meet your needs which will be most as far as 2d goes.

For me, IF NF/RB started to carry 3d discs, I would dump 3dbr in a second due to the much superior cost, zero restrictions (as far as # of rentals/month) and speed of NF/RB.
I'm on NF. right now price wise. if they send me more discs in a week than netflix. and they have the rentals I WANT. NF is in trouble. Red Box carries 3d discs. ... So in one week I wait for a rental from 3d brr if you want to call it.. and way the hell over in Santa Clara CA gets over here at the same rate of me sending my rentals back on Friday, at netflix doesn't arrive until Tuesday (in the quad cities) sometimes. they send it out and almost arrives a day later. araghhhhh and zero selection and as I've discovered 3d has alot MORE back catalogue blu rays than Netflix. O_O Aladdin ? Netflix doesn't carry it.
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They also rent XBOne and PS4 games. I've rented four titles so far and am on the 3 out at a time plan. SInce dropping my Netflix disc service last month(after being with them since early 1999), Redbox and www.3d-blurayrental.com has done well picking up the slack.
only reason I stick with Netflix is the tv shows on dvd. CSI coming. otherwise tooooooooo expensive for what I get. I was on the verge of totally switching to blockbuster when they went out.. I had a 2 year break from netflix in the mid 2000's. I joined in late 2001 I think. when they had the orangish backgrounds on their sleeves (just stuck Mork and Mindy in there for some reason wonder what year I'll actually get a copy though)

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Understand Shameless not being available but the original House of Cards on blu ray on which the Netflix series is based on. thats hard to find. and I've been told to watch that first before touching the Netflix series


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wasn't entirely easy to find. but saw it now. a small portion of dvds would help , mostly for the TV area but understand why you don't. (brittle, why on gods earth people thought HDDVD would be better I have no idea.) and I was in an MCSE class in 2007 and they all laughed at me for thinking sony would ever win anything. hey I thought Betamax was better than VHS. (well the ones I had a chance to see in school in the 80's were far better built) bet they are still running
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One other benefit to us (www.3d-blurayrental.com) is we do not have the 28-56 wait window (black out period) for new titles that NF and Redbox has
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I'm on NF. right now price wise. if they send me more discs in a week than netflix. and they have the rentals I WANT. NF is in trouble. Red Box carries 3d discs. ... So in one week I wait for a rental from 3d brr if you want to call it.. and way the hell over in Santa Clara CA gets over here at the same rate of me sending my rentals back on Friday, at netflix doesn't arrive until Tuesday (in the quad cities) sometimes. they send it out and almost arrives a day later. araghhhhh and zero selection and as I've discovered 3d has alot MORE back catalogue blu rays than Netflix. O_O Aladdin ? Netflix doesn't carry it.
I live in Denver and if I put a disc in the mail on Mon I get a new one Wed with NF. With 3dbr if I order one Mon, it gets to me Fri or Sat. I get way more discs for the $$$ with NF here in Denver, but they don't have 3d which is why I stick with 3dbr.

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That is a nice advantage for sure!
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I live in Denver and if I put a disc in the mail on Mon I get a new one Wed with NF. With 3dbr if I order one Mon, it gets to me Fri or Sat. I get way more discs for the $$$ with NF here in Denver, but they don't have 3d which is why I stick with 3dbr.

Never seen a RB with 3d here in Denver.
The same here in the DC area. I guess I need to look closer but I don't remember seeing 3D titles at Redox here. I also haven't seen XBOne and PS4 titles here. But I know Redbox has them somewhere. The shipping times are my only complaint(well I guess that and a queue) with www.3d-blurayrental.com
But then I also had the same shipping time issue with Netflix fifteen years ago.
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