Future Shop Canada: Trade DVDs save $5 on Blu-Ray

tradensaveUntil May 5th Future Shop is offering a great deal to people like myself who have been debating whether or not to officially switch to Blu-Ray …  Trade in any old DVD and receive $5 off your next Blu-Ray purchase!

  • One $5 coupon provided per returned DVD. Maximum of 20 per customers per day.
  • Customer can redeem one $5 coupon per select Blu-ray purchase. Maximum two of the same title per day.
  • Multiple disc DVD box-sets will be credited as one disc regardless of the number of discs in the set and be credited as one $5 coupon.
  • Over 150 Blu-ray titles to choose from as marked with a Trade & Save sticker.
  • Blu-ray titles retail at $9.99 and up. Selection varies by store while supplies last.
  • All DVDs returned will be recycled.
  • Cannot be combined with any other promotional offer. No dealers.

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Thanks annedougherty!

4 responses to “Future Shop Canada: Trade DVDs save $5 on Blu-Ray”

  1. Mark says:

    I’d rather trade them in to Blockbuster and get real credit not coupons for my dvds. How are they being recycled? Resold as pre-viewed somewhere else or thrown in garbage. Either way…no interest here on this one.

  2. Eric says:

    I’ve just recently started on blu-ray. However I feel that the only need to “upgrade” any of my movies are if
    A)I have a full screen edition (like Hitchhiker’s Guide and Back to the Future trilogy), or
    B) if I don’t even have the DVD (I still only had VHS copies of Running Man and a couple other movies)

    So basically, if I currently own a widescreen DVD of a movie, then no upgrade is really needed…. except Star Wars, but that’s just because I’m one of George Lucas’ many bitches when it comes to the series.

  3. meguwo says:

    Does Blockbuster still have the $4 trade in credit deal?

  4. Dan says:

    Where do you get a real credit @ Blockbuster any more? BTW: the trade-in is for any SD DVD! Traded Black Moon Rising and $4.99 for Constantine yesterday!


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