Is Amazon’s 4k Value Program Still a Value?

4k value gridAmazon has been extending their 4k Blu-ray Value Program on a month-to-month basis since we first noticed it back in Nov. 2017. But is this ‘Value Program’ really a good deal in the end?

The discount is initiated after customers add three 4k Blu-rays from a select list to their cart. Right now there are about 113 titles eligible, averaging $19.99 each (you might note the titles are already discounted from the MSRP). With the deal it brings down the price of each disc to $16.66.

There’s some value there. You might consider a 3-pack of a franchise you’ve been wanting to upgrade. For example, Star Trek (2009), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), and Star Trek Beyond (2016) are included in the select titles. Since each UHD BD is priced $19.99, you’d be getting a $10 discount off the purchase of all three.

The real value though comes when you grab three discs priced higher than $19.99. As an example, if you select The Lego Movie ($27.99), Argo ($27.95) and Unforgiven ($24.99) you’d be saving over $30 bucks!

It’s worth mentioning there are plenty of blockbuster titles available. This isn’t like the bargain bin at Target with red stickers slapped over the cases. Hidden Figures, The Martian: Extended Edition, Deadpool, Man of Steel, and The Revenant are just a few more titles to mention that are eligible.

Jump over to Amazon to see if there are three 4k Blu-rays you’ve been looking for. You might just save some money.

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Also Read: Newly Announced 4k Blu-ray Coming Your Way!

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