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You can save up to 60% on over 100 movie titles on Blu-ray high definition disc, and up to 50% on 129 movies and television shows on DVD at Amazon.com during their latest promotion, which ends on December 31, 2009.
Prices for Blu-ray discs start at just $7.99 for movies like Patrick Swayze's Road House and include deals on boxed sets, like the Extreme Action 3-Pack, which includes Live Free or Die Hard, Ronin, and The Siege.
If you don't have a Blu-ray player yet (what, Santa didn't put one under your tree? The LG BD 370 is a good basic model that has a nice set of features for about $150), you can save money on standard definition DVD's as well! You can get the Dances with Wolves Extended Cut for $10.99, and boxed sets like the 32-disc Complete Giftset of That 70's Show for $79.99, to name just a few.
These deals end when the year ends, and the selection of titles will probably dwindle as they sell out, so if you're looking to build up your library with some good deals, check them out now!
For all the deals they have running on home video releases, check out Today’s Deals on DVD & Blu-ray
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