Amazon Canada: 75% Off Die Hard 25th Anniversary Collection (Now $16.79 | Was $70) *BUMP!*

2 April 2015


*Bump!* Yippee-ki-yay Moosers! has discounted the Die Hard 25th Anniversary collection set by 75%! For a limited time, you can get it for just $16.49 instead of $69.99.

I can guarantee that nearly anyone is a huge Die Hard fan and most importantly, is a die hard fan of Bruce Willis. Along with tons of bonus features, this collection comes with the following 5 discs:

  • Die Hard
  • Die Hard 2: Die Harder
  • Die Hard with a Vengeance
  • Live Free or Die Hard
  • Decoding Die Hard

The Die Hard franchise is an absolutely iconic one and to get all of these movies such as low price is definitely a steal and one that you don't want to miss, especially since they're of Blu-ray quality.In fact, this review sums it up the best:

A "must have" for any true Die Hard fan. Just the right balance of fast action, adventure, violence, and humor.

The only hitch is that this collection doesn't include the latest film in the series: A Good Day to Die Hard. Luckily, a DVD and Blu-ray combo of A Good Day to Die Hard is currently on sale for just $7 (reg. $25.99), which is a 73% discount!

Since shipping is only free on orders over $25, be sure to add a filler item. Just earlier, Avigayil wrote a great post on Blu-Ray movies that you can currently get for under $5. Check out her post for a complete list but some of the movies that she mentioned include Taken, Commando, 21 Jump Street, etc.

Even the final season of Breaking Bad has been reduced to just $20 instead of $55.99 (55% off). A spectacular show like no other, if you haven't watched it yet, then you definitely need to get cracking on it, especially since you can get season 1 for $15 (reg. $26.99), season 2 for $14.84 (reg. $26.99), season 3 for $15 (reg. $26.99) and season 4 for $15 (reg. $45.99).

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  • G.Smith
    It was $10.00 a few days ago.
    • Anna Waters EDITOR
      Shame we don't have a time machine then. Looking at a price tracker tool, the last time they logged it at $10 was June 2014... so not sure.

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