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Black Friday Blu-ray Deals at Walmart

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We’ve gotten a look at Walmart‘s Black Friday Thanksgiving Blu-ray deals, and although this isn’t a complete list, it’s more comprehensive than most we’ve seen to date. Availability at your local store may vary, and some cooler titles may be limited, so put on the football helmet and bash your way through starting at 8pm Thanksgiving night:

$8.96 titles
Haywire
Prometheus
Safe
Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked
What to Expect When You’re Expecting
Captain America
Cabin in the Woods
Safe House
Despicable Me
Madagascar 3
Brave
The Lorax
Snow White and the Huntsman
We Bought a Zoo
Battleship
Act of Valor
Adventures of Tintin
Thor

$7.96  (“Over 45(?) yitles at this price”)
Horrible Bosses
In Time
X-Men First Class
Wrath of the Titans
POTC: At World’s End
How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows
Fast Five
Iron Man 2
Underworld Awakening
21 Jump Street
Journey 2: Mysterious Island
Joyful Noise
Dolphin Tale
Happy Feet Two

$3.96 titles and $7.96 combo packs:
Battle Los Angeles
Unstoppable
The Princess Bride
2 Fast 2 Furious
Die Another Day
X-Men: The Last Stand
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
The Dark Knight
Last of the Mohicans
Fight Club
Lord of the Rings (theatrical versions)
The Matrix
Hangover
Colombiana
Iron Man
Clash of the Titans/Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief
Night at the Museum/Battle of the Smithsonian
Taken (combo)
Goldfinger
Get the Gringo
A-Team
Hot Tub Time Machine
Alien
Aliens
X-Men
X2
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Anastasia
Australia
Boondock Saints
Jennifer’s Body
Poseidon Adventure
Man on Fire
Horton Hears a Who
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid/The Good, the Bad & the Ugly/Magnificent Seven
Daredevil/Elektra/Fantastic Four
Delta Force/Missing in Action/Missing in Action 2

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  1. Wow, how much are the regular prices? It’s been a while since I bought a movie; I think it’s been about a year now from when one of my coworkers at DISH told me how much they were saving with DISH’s Blockbuster @Home. For almost the same price that Walmart is charging for one movie, I can rent an unlimited number of DVDs, Blu-rays, and video games. I’m rather happy that I decided to spend Thanksgiving with my family instead of out tackling strangers for a “good deal.”

    Dale