Originally Posted by SAVholic
You actually have to cut the box?? and If you send the original what about the waranty???
I had a problem with that too. When I bought my PS3 my receipt had the serial number of my unit on it. I made a photocopy of it and stuck it in the envelope.
I then photocopied my UPC, serial number, and the third bar code (not sure what it was for), all on one sheet of paper and stuck that in the envelope.
I don't know why they NEED the original UPC in the first place. It just doesn't make sense. A receipt with the serial number and a photocopy of that serial number should be good enough, if you ask me.
I have yet to hear a confirmed case of someone being denied because they sent in a photocopy of their UPC and serial number. Until someone actually tells me that's the reason they didn't get their movies then I figure, if it works and I get my discs, great. If it doesn't work then I'm not out anything since the movies were free in the first place. I wasn't too impressed with the selection in the first place.
I guess I'd just prefer to keep my UPC intact on the box in case I should ever need to take it back to the store and exchange it if it's defective.