It's that time of year again, where you gather the family around, eat a whole bunch of food, and then trample other people in order to get in on some good deals. Everyone seems to be getting in on Black Friday and for movie buffs, it's a good time to stock up. 20th Century Fox has just clued us in on their upcoming sales, so we're passing the info along.
I don't do a whole lot of Black Friday shopping. I hate dealing with the big crowds. The Cyber Monday business is more my thing as I can do that at my own leisure. Mostly, it's a good opportunity for me to catch up on blu-ray's that I may not have. 20th Century Fox is having some sales through Fox Connect featuring $4 DVDs and $5 blu-rays. The official release has some more info:
We're happy to announce this year's Black Friday deals from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment!
Fox Connect has a brand new look and is iPad friendly for a more streamlined shopping experience. You can easily navigate http://www.foxconnect.com/ to find your favorite movies and TV shows and enjoy free shipping for orders over $25.
You'll find exclusive deals as well as slashed prices on new releases like Prometheus and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
More sale highlights:
· Deep discounts on over 100 Blu-rays!
o X-Men First Class
o Wall Street 2
o Fight Club
o West Side Story
o Boondock Saints
o I, Robot
o Moulin Rouge
o Romeo + Juliet
o Usual Suspects
· Cutting prices on more than 100 DVDs!
o Knight and Day
o Alvin and the Chipmunks
o Love and Other Drugs
o Mr. and Mrs. Smith
o Man on Fire
o Walk the line
o Devil Wears Prada
o Office Space
o Horton Hears a Who!
o Wide selection of Strawberry Shortcake titles
· More deals on the hottest TV shows on air!
o Modern Family
o Burn Notice
o The Simpsons
o It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
o The League
o How I Met Your Mother
o Family Guy
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