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30% off DVD, Blu-Ray & 4K Movies & TV Shows - 2x 4k Blu-Ray for $28 + Delivery ($0 C&C/ in-Store) @ JB Hi-Fi


JB Hi-fi currently has 30% off 4k Blurays and this is stacking with their 2 for $40 deal to make it 2 for $28.

Edit: 30% doesn't include Barbie or Oppenheimer, however newer movies like Mission Impossible 7 are currently 30% off (but not included in the 2 for $40 deal).

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2023

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  • +2

    T&Cs on the catalogue state all releases of Barbie and Oppenheimer are excluded from the 30% off.

    • Thanks - I'll update the post to reflect that.

      Edit: looks like I can't modify the post. Thanks for the tip anyway.

    • +1

      Can't believe we are at the point where certain movies are excluded from sales :(

      Pre-orders…sure but movies that have been released when the sale is on….that's just crap JB.

  • https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/739676 almost the exact same as last year. Nice! They did have 2 for $30s last year but I hope to get a few good deals. This year looks like it applies to all physical media so that's bonus

  • +6

    can't log in.

    • +2

      "Our services aren't available right now
      We're working to restore all services as soon as possible. Please check back soon."

    • +3

      Same here. They sent out an email about their sale and then killed their servers

      • +1

        Which shouldn't be possible because JB's auth is handled by Azure B2C.

        • Yet here we are, the web site is great and the auth servers are overloaded.

      • My phone said the link was dodgy and to continue at my own risk lol

    • It’s just logged in finally for me.. try now

  • swear the cheapest mail option just went up $3 too.

  • Since this post was added, they also made available the Mega Prize Blitz for JBHiFi Perks / Account holders, so this would have resulted in a larger than usual amount of traffic on their website.

  • +1

    For some reason I can’t see any Avatar (James Cameron not the other one) blu rays. I wonder if they don’t have any in stock.

  • +5

    I haven't bought a 4k disc in a hot minute. What's everyone's picks for the best of 2023?

    Edit: picked up Top Gun Maverick, The Batman, Inception and The Thing. Not a bad haul for $56.

    • Bought 4 for $36 using two separate orders each using $10 perks from 2 burner numbers

  • Barbie & Oppenheimer was a great movie….so much pink, so much bomb….

  • This site can’t be reached…

  • The connection has timed out

  • Site seems to be dying. Tried to order movies twice now and 10 moves in cart change to 35, then 129, then 400+, then all wiped, resets back to first page. Fail boat

    • Usually can get around that bug by only using 1 tab to browse and add to cart.

      • Eventually had to save movies to a wish list. And then split them into two orders. Ridiculous! Meanwhile JB "why doesn't anyone buy media anymore!?"

    • +1

      Yeah, the JB site is glitchy as. Never wait until the last second to try to place an order on their website.

  • Don’t make the same mistake I did. Bought the Gran Tourismo movie…what a snoozefest. 😴

    • +1

      The quality of films has declined.

  • +1

    Thanks OP bought 8

  • +1

    Thanks so much. Used my birthday Perks voucher and payed $17.99 for a $40 dvd

  • +1

    I bought Top Gun: Maverick and Terminator 2: Judgment Day for $28 plus postage. A good deal. Thank you OP.

    • +1

      Just to let you know terminator 2 is known as one of if not the worst 4k blu ray ever

      • That’s a shame to hear. My worst experience with 4K Blu-Ray so far was Inception. Which other 4K Blu-Ray releases are considered terrible.

        • Thats weird inception is know as an amazing 4k blu ray im preety sure are you sure its not a problem on your end

          • +1

            @Nintendolover123: Different people with different understandings/preferences for visuals.

            You have to remember many people keep motion smoothing on by default when they buy a new TV because they think it looks good. Others think film grain is a visual defect.

            There was a guy on here wanting to return his Raimi Spider-Man 4k trilogy because it had film grain. Some people like the look of T2 because of its artificial smoothness.

        • Pirates of the Carribean ones arent great as well

  • I bought a haul of 4K Blu-Rays, included some new releases, steelbooks and collections. Averaged to around $15-16 per film depending on how you value it with 4K TV series thrown into the mix.

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