These types of sales ($5 off the standard $19.99) are getting more common for Disney / Pixar movies (2 or 3 times a year, I’d estimate), but it’s still a good thing to be aware of if you’ve been thinking of adding one of the Pixar classics (Toy Story, The Incredibles, etc…) to your collection. Some of my favorites from the sale are:
It’s a big day for Star Wars fans, as Rogue One is now available for digital download. If Carolina wasn’t playing this evening, Elyssa and I would probably be watching it tonight with a bowl of Ample Hills ice cream. (Yes, I’ll have a review of that whole “ice cream via Amazon process soon.”)
If you need to prep for your Rogue One viewing, there’s always these Mighty Men of Mouse shows that feature the MMoM Guys, friend of the site Wes James, Elyssa, and me discussing the movies:
- Preview – Getting Hyped (where Elyssa gives all her theories of what will happen)
- Review – What we Thought (where we determine if literally any of Elyssa’s theories were right)
Enjoy the (re-)watching the movie! It’s a good one.
A bunch of Pixar Movies are currently on sale for $14.99 on iTunes (instead of their regular $19.99, price), including
(Okay, I’ll stop just listing the movies on sale, now.) Get them while you can, I find that Pixar movies don’t go on sale particularly often.
As the release date for Rogue One quickly approaches, Star Wars seems to be on the forefront of everyone’s mind (as if it isn’t normally.)
As part of that hype, iTunes currently has the original trilogy and the prequels on sale for the nice price of $69.99.
The individual movies are also on sale for $15 a piece (so if you wanted just the original trilogy, you could get that for $45..):
(Sadly, The Force Awakens, is not part of the sale.)
Lastly, Disney has added a new exclusive Rogue One “sneak peak” to the extras associated with A New Hope. So, if you already own that (or just purchased it), you might want to give the sneak peak a look.
Enjoy the Star Wars universe! We should be getting a nice addition to it next week…
iTunes is currently running a sale called the Disney Princess Collection. There are a variety of books, soundtracks (does anyone not own Frozen?), and apps that could help fill out your library. More importantly, however, is the sale on certain Disney movies (something that is pretty rare on iTunes). The following movies are all marked down to $14.99: