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December 29th 2004 1 minute to read

Where is the best and most affordable place to purchase dvd’s?

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The Wal-Mart here has a big bin of $5.50 DVDs that are actually worth watching. Maybe your Wal-Mart there also has something like that?

Reply to Esoteric

That all depends on what you’re looking for.  Like Josephine says Walmart as well as other major department stores always have a cheap bin of the oldies but goodies and not so goodies. If you’re looking for newer movies though many of the rental places sell their pre-viewed DVD’s cheaper from 9-11 bucks and often will have buy 2 get 1 free specials. Sam’s clubs (if you have them) or other warehouse stores depending on what’s in your area also have very large selections of reasonably priced DVDs – Look around you’ll find them everywhere!

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