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Old July 12 2014, 08:31 PM   #46
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Re: Star Trek: The Compendium

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And if you are too poor to go from DVD to blue-ray, you're SOL

great....
If you're too poor to go from DVD to Blu-ray, you likely have larger problems in life that you need to worry about. You can find players for $50 now.
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Old July 13 2014, 01:32 PM   #47
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And if you are too poor to go from DVD to blue-ray, you're SOL

great....
If you're too poor to go from DVD to Blu-ray, you likely have larger problems in life that you need to worry about. You can find players for $50 now.
Even cheaper. I just did a quick search and found a player WITH Wifi for 40 bucks. The deals are even better around the Christmas period. I think I'll be upgrading mine this year. If for no other reason to get rid of a cable. I'll give the one I have now to one of my kids.

I am looking forward to getting this set in Sep.
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Old July 13 2014, 08:42 PM   #48
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I'm old fashioned I suppose--I like actually walking into store--those are great deals though. Then too--I have never bought a cell phone--I like to stick with things till they quit working--personal taste.
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Old July 14 2014, 04:10 PM   #49
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Is there any information on a possible rebate?
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Old July 29 2014, 11:35 AM   #50
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Has anyone heard anything abut a region B release? Can't find anything sofar. I suppose I could order overseas, I believe my player can play mutliple regions. But would be easier to just order somewhere in the Netherlands.
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Old August 2 2014, 10:00 PM   #51
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Has anyone heard anything abut a region B release? Can't find anything sofar. I suppose I could order overseas, I believe my player can play mutliple regions. But would be easier to just order somewhere in the Netherlands.
I hope there is a release of this here, would be shame if it never came out here.

All of Paramount's releases are usually region free right? I know all of the CBS ones (TNG-R etc.) have been.
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Old August 3 2014, 07:53 AM   #52
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I wonder how much this will cost. I will have to wait till the price goes done to but the films.
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Old August 18 2014, 10:29 PM   #53
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Mid-August and still nothing about a UK/Europe release. This is going to be a US/Canada only thing isn't it?
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Old August 20 2014, 06:51 AM   #54
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http://www.startrekmovie.com/rebate/

Rebate is $5.00. You need a copy of the receipt for the Compendium, and the UPCs from the previous releases. You don't actually need to cut out UPCs (which is good, because my '09 Trek had it on a slip that attached to the back of the packaging that I threw away.

Someone from Blu-ray.com's forums posted this helpful info:

1.) Purchase the Compendium between 9/9/14 and 10/31/14
2.) Go here, and print out rebate: http://www.startrekmovie.com/rebate/
3) Enter UPC's:

a.) Compendium: 032429200693
b.) Star Trek (2009): 097360718249
c.) Into Darkness: 032429137302

4.) Fill out personal information, and include a copy of your Compendium receipt

5.) Mail to the following address before 11/30/14:

Paramount Star Trek
The Compendium $5 Rebate
Dept. 14-97682
PO Box 540009
EL PASO, TX 88554-000
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Old August 20 2014, 08:25 AM   #55
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http://www.startrekmovie.com/rebate/

Rebate is $5.00. You need a copy of the receipt for the Compendium, and the UPCs from the previous releases. You don't actually need to cut out UPCs (which is good, because my '09 Trek had it on a slip that attached to the back of the packaging that I threw away.

Someone from Blu-ray.com's forums posted this helpful info:

1.) Purchase the Compendium between 9/9/14 and 10/31/14
2.) Go here, and print out rebate: http://www.startrekmovie.com/rebate/
3) Enter UPC's:

a.) Compendium: 032429200693
b.) Star Trek (2009): 097360718249
c.) Into Darkness: 032429137302

4.) Fill out personal information, and include a copy of your Compendium receipt

5.) Mail to the following address before 11/30/14:

Paramount Star Trek
The Compendium $5 Rebate
Dept. 14-97682
PO Box 540009
EL PASO, TX 88554-000


I hope someone puts the gag reel and the deleted and extended scenes online.
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Old August 20 2014, 09:09 AM   #56
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I hope someone puts the gag reel and the deleted and extended scenes online.
This has nothing to do with the post you quoted, nor has it anything to do with the original thread topic. Please don't spam.
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Old August 20 2014, 09:42 AM   #57
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5 bucks? that's not worth the effort and money I'd spend on buying an envelope and a stamp and filling out the necessary info. BFD.
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Old August 20 2014, 10:22 AM   #58
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5 bucks? that's not worth the effort and money I'd spend on buying an envelope and a stamp and filling out the necessary info. BFD.
Also, it looks like it's only valid for residents of the U.S.
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Old August 20 2014, 12:38 PM   #59
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I hope someone puts the gag reel and the deleted and extended scenes online.
This has nothing to do with the post you quoted, nor has it anything to do with the original thread topic. Please don't spam.
Oh I am sorry, I did not mean to spam. I thought this thread was about the re-release of the new star trek films and it will have new special features like gag reel and the extended scenes from the second film. that relates to star trek compendium. I can not afford to buy this box set when it is released, I like some have not yet preordered it. so it will be great to watch some of the special features on line like youtube . where I watched all the deleted scenes from the first film before I finally bought the 2 disc edition.

I see now that I quoted the wrong post.it was a mistake.
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Old August 20 2014, 12:48 PM   #60
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5 bucks? that's not worth the effort and money I'd spend on buying an envelope and a stamp and filling out the necessary info. BFD.
+1

I'll buy the Compendium and give my Star Trek (2009) and Into Darkness Blu-ray's to my daughter.

Funny thing. They recently moved in together and my daughter took all my Star Trek DVD's that I've repurchased on Blu-ray with her (she loves DVD's). She says she comes home from work everyday and her boyfriend is watching them. She said she told him, "I've done this for twenty years and I can't do it anymore!"
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