Entire run of Seinfeld: $59 for 33 discs


#1

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#2

What's the deal with this box set?


#3

You get to see nine seasons of Seinfeld whenever you want?


#4

Whooooooosh!


#5

Not that there's anything wrong with that.


#6

Does it come with a DVD jukebox player to swap out the discs?


#7

I'd be tempted if Seinfeld wasn't on TV every day.


#8

I'm trying to decide if it's sponge-worthy.


#9

I wonder if this means a blu-ray release is imminent.


#10

$99.97 at amazon.ca


#11

Get OUT!


#12

Well, I think you can hardly consider yourself Master of your domain without it!


#13

What are these "discs" of which you speak?


#14

How much would they sell me a Seinfeld-branded USB hard drive, with all the episodes on it, for? If they'd think about it, their costs for such a thing would be a lot lower, they could lower the price, still have a good margin, and sell more copies making more profit.


#15

I'm with you on not wanting the separate discs but is a circa-264 gig USB drive really (currently) less expensive than 33 factory pressed DVDs?


#16

Are you so sure about that? The discs for complete sets like this are likely excess stock from the production of the single season releases years ago.


#17

WhyyYYyy is this not on Netflix, whats the deal with streaming?


#18

Well, it's on Bittorrent, I think.


#19

That's about $67 too much.

Did not like that show.


#20

It's up to $119, now.