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Upgrade Your Warner Bros. HD-DVDs for New Blu-Ray Discs

last updated on April 23, 2009 by JackBauer

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THIS IS AWESOME!!! I WAS SO BUMMED WHEN HD-DVD LOST THE WAR. BUT NOW ALL IS NOT LOST!!!

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1. Select the WB HD-DVD you want to upgrade to Blu-ray. (Limit 1 per title)

2. Mail the HD-DVD cover art to a processing center. (You get to keep your HD-DVD copy the movie, you just lose the cover art)

3 Receive your new Blu-ray copy of your movie in 4-5 weeks.

Just pay $4.95 per movie and $6.95 shipping. So for $11.90 you get a brand new Blu-ray disc while keeping your HD-DVD copy.

Limit 25 per household and it's 6.95 for the entire order, not per title making it an even better deal.
           
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  • 22704
    JackBauer
    admin
    Posted by JackBauer on April 22, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    More details. Limit 25 per household and it's 6.95 for the entire order, not per title making it an even better deal.
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    • Solstice
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      Posted by Solstice on April 22, 2009 [reply] 0 0
      Too bad they never offered something similar for VHS to DVD. Cry
    • 22738
    • JackBauer
      admin
      Posted by JackBauer on April 22, 2009 [reply] 0 0
      I hear that. I am just glad, I didn't have as many HD-DVDs as I did VHS.
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    JackBauer
    admin
    Posted by JackBauer on April 22, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    I just went through my HD-DVD movies and I have exactly 25 titles! I am so excited about this.
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    • Solstice
      professor
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      Posted by Solstice on April 22, 2009 [reply] 0 0
      Thankfully I had the foresight to bet on Blu-Ray during the HD wars. Smile
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    • Solstice
      professor
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      Posted by Solstice on April 22, 2009 [reply] 0 0
      Something amusing is that I personally don't even own any Blu-Ray equipment, but I bought players and discs for friends. Sad
    • 22795
    • JackBauer
      admin
      Posted by JackBauer on April 23, 2009 [reply] 0 0
      If you have a 1080P tv, the picture of a blu-ray disc is far superior to standard dvd. The picture is so clear, that some movies have to be "dumbed" down as to not appear fake.
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    • MrCheap
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      Posted by MrCheap on April 23, 2009 [reply] 0 0
      Same with me. I have a bunch of Blu-ray movies but no player. Still looking for a bargain
    • 22831
    • JackBauer
      admin
      Posted by JackBauer on April 23, 2009 [reply] 0 0
      I got a great deal at a Circuit City closing on mine. Its great, its an LG BD300 with BD-Live and can stream Netflix and You Tube for $175 with a 3 year replacement plan.
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    • HankBernie
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      Posted by HankBernie on April 24, 2009 [reply] 0 0
      Okay you got a 3 year replacement plan from a store that closed it's doors permanently. That replacement plan is officially useless. I think you've been had.
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    • JackBauer
      admin
      Posted by JackBauer on April 24, 2009
      [reply] 1 0
      No, all Circuit City Replacement Plans are covered by an outside company. I verified that before I purchased it. So they are still good, just as long as you don't lose the paperwork. In fact most of these replacement plans stores sell are vetted by outside companies. Learn the system, knowledge is power.

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