Sears Expands Blu-ray Movie Section

Posted by Tyler Pruitt on August 6, 2008 
Filed Under: Blu-ray, Format War, Retailers

During a trip to the local Mall, we stopped by Sears to check out what was new when it came Blu-ray. We were pleasantly surprised to see a big new area dedicated to Blu-ray movies. The area now rivals the size of Target or Wal-Mart’s Blu-ray sections.

The thing that got us more excited were the prices!  We were able to score Men In Black for $20.99, which is $4 cheaper than Best Buy had it for.

Have you checked out the Blu-ray at your local Sears?

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One Response to “Sears Expands Blu-ray Movie Section”

  1. webdev511 on August 6th, 2008 6:45 am

    Wow, it sure is a good thing HD DVD bowed out when it did because if they were still in the game today, THIS would have surely put it down for good. :p

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