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Brandonb







PostPosted: June 27, 2004 08:59 PM 

I just saw a commercial for the "official" Seinfeld DVDs on a preview for 50 First Dates. So far, it seems that they will cos $50 per season (maybe $50 for the first 2, but 50 each after that). Why would anyone pay $400 for the "official" DVDs when they can get pretty good versions of the same thing off Ebay for around $100? I understand, commentary and extras, fancy artwork and covers, and better quality on the official DVDs, but $50 per season is ridiculous! I love Seinfeld and was extremely excited when I saw it they were making them, but I think anything over $150-200 for all of the episodes is a ripp-off. What does everyone else think?

Just my $.02.

Thanks,
-Brandon

Art Van Delay
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PostPosted: June 27, 2004 10:37 PM 

The price will remain that high since the demand is so high. Just depends on how bad you want the DVDs

Jose
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PostPosted: June 28, 2004 06:59 AM 

$50 is the "standard" price for a TV show season (4 DVDs), why should Seinfeld cost less?

Tina
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PostPosted: June 28, 2004 12:21 PM 

There are alot of DVD sets that are cheaper then $50. It's all in the whole "Seinfeld" thing. The demand is very high for these to be released. They know they can get that much for them. So they may as well go for it. After the novelty wears off,the price may go a little bit down. People don't mind spending $50 here and there. If they released the entire series at once,they would not sell as much. It's a bit pricey but,I am so sick of watching my very worn out VHS tapes that I will be first in line when released... Smile

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PostPosted: June 30, 2004 03:40 PM 

I'd buy them for $100/season just because I have been waiting for this for so long. I think its going to be wonderful to hear what Larry David has to say as well as the rest of the cast. This is honestly, THE GREATEST SHOW OF ALL TIME!

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PostPosted: July 8, 2004 07:14 PM 

I'm glad I don't have any interest in dvd bonuses, because I don't think there will be anything new in the episodes.

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PostPosted: July 28, 2004 05:04 AM 

im based in the UK and when the simpsons series come out theyre like 50 a box($90 roughly) which is you'll agree is very expencive! It dropped down after about a year to 20 ($35) which aint to bad.... Hopefully the Sein will do the same!

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PostPosted: August 6, 2004 06:32 PM 

The Sopranos is about $80 a season. Some comedies are around $40, but $50 seems reasonable. It's not like you'll be putting up all the money at once. They'll spread the release of all of the seasons out a lot. I've had every episode on tape since 1997, then taped the last 2 seasons live.


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