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As a further incentive to get you to make a purchase, Samsung and Amazon.com are offering a promotion where you can get a free copy of The Ultimate Matrix Collection on Blu-ray when you purchase a Samsung BD-P1500 1080p Blu-ray Player. This player is the latest generation model from Samsung, and was given a recent firmware upgrade to support BD-Live features that are coming out on many new Blu-ray releases, and it will also support the Picture-in-Picture extras that are featured on the Matrix movies in the Blu-ray box set.
The current price of the player from Amazon (make sure that Amazon is the seller) is $214.44, and the normal price of the Matrix Collection is $74.95, so if you're in the market, this makes for a pretty compelling combo!
The deal is only good until October 18th (Saturday), so don't wait around forever thinking that the Blu-ray fairy is going to drop one off while you sleep. You gotta pay to play, and it's nice to see that you don't have to pay as much as you used to in order to enjoy the HD goodness that the Blu-ray format delivers.
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