dealsalice in wonderland blu-ray/dvd combo pack coupon…

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These coupons are really good -- they are just as good as cash at most retailers and are in addition to any sale price that the store may have -- I was able to get Toy Story 1 and 2 on Blu Ray for $15.00 total when they came out because of a $10 discount the store was offering if you bought both

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@shadowdragoonftw: Opening week, many retailers will sell the Blu-Ray/DVD Combo for about $25 - $27, Blu-Ray alone $20, and DVD alone for $16 - $17.

But this $10 MF Coupon is only good on the Blu-Ray/DVD Combo. Even if you don't have a Blu-Ray player, you should still purchase the combo for about the same price as the standard DVD.

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For us agoraphobes (and closet anthrophobes) is there any way to use this for an online purchase?

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@thesonofdarwin: Unfortunately, these are only good in stores. The retailers have to scan the coupon manually because each coupon has a unique code.

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Great coupons, just blows that you have to install the crap that is couponprinter.exe

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Sigh. I tried to join (required to get the coupon) and was told I already have an account. When I tried to recover the password, is said there is no such account. Repeat.

Luckily, the movies wasn't that good and I was only considering getting it because of this coupon. Oh well.

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@stuntdriver: My thoughts exactly! You know the best part...

I figured I'd use a virtual machine, because I wouldn't care if I infected that with the coupon printer crap. No go! They actually check and know that you are trying to install it on a virtual machine; bummer! No coupons for me I guess... SPYWARE, BEWARE!

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Spyware for a $10 coupon off a lousy movie...pass.

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Anyone care to explain the concerns with the Coupon Printer? It installed, printed, and uninstalled in less than one minute total. It installed no additional files or toolbars onto my computer a la freeware/shareware crap. Jotti came up with nothing. It didn't alter my system settings in any way. If there is a legitimate concern with it it'd be nice to know. If it's simply unwarranted paranoia...

Scan Results: http://tinyurl.com/28dxwkd

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@femaster: i installed it on a VM and it worked fine. :) coupon FTW!

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I've used it (the coupon printer) before - just never on my own machine, for the reasons stated in the preceding articles... That's what library/work computers are for. They can take all the BIOS and system information they'd like from those computers without bugging me one bit :D

Just make sure to clear the cache memory afterward, so your personal info doesn't get caught in the browsers.

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@shortstackdotnet: Damn, what VM software did you use? Maybe it's because I was trying to use XP Mode in Windows 7? I'm betting that is what my problem was. Next time I'll try an actual OS installed into a VM...

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Just bought mine today at Wal-Mart came to $14.96 w/ coupon thanks!