Amazon has a few tasty blu-rays starting at $4.99. Among them are "Dirty Dancing: The 20th Anniversary Edition" for $5, "Dances With Wolves" for $7.96, "Pulp Fiction" for $7, "The Wedding Singer" for $4.99, and "Tommy Boy" for $4.99. Complete list here:
Amazon has "The Mel Brooks Collection" for $23.99. It includes "The Twelve Chairs", "Blazing Saddles", "Young Frankenstein", "Silent Movie", "High Anxiety",
"History of the World - Part 1", "To Be or Not to Be", "Spaceballs", "Robin Hood: Men in Tights", plus numerous featurettes, commentaires, interviews, and documentaries.
For in-store pickup only, Fry's Electronics has the "Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures" for $34.99. It's a 5-disc set and includes all four movies and a special features disc. The offer ends June 13.
Amazon is offering up themed blu-ray bundles. The Ultimate Chuck Norris Bundle, the Ultimate Sports Bundle, the Ultimate War Bundle, the Woody Allen Bundle (really?), and the John Wayne Bundle. Link here:
Does the Wizard of Oz blu-ray + digital copy have the discount voucher for the 3D version? I've read the one with the DVD does.
My understanding from Matt Hunt over at the The Digital Bits is that, in response to an outcry from consumers, Disney is offering the 3D version to purchasers of the 2d Blu-ray for something like $5.99 + S&H. Or you could just purchase the region free version from amazon.co.uk which includes both the 2D and 3D versions.