Starting today, for an undetermined period of time, Apple is offering U.S.-based iTunes customers huge discounts on bundled movies.
Apple is offering iTunes movie customers steep discounts on bundled films, offering the chance to pick up popular series like “The Matrix” and “Back to the Future” at a rate of buy one, get two free.
For the time being, U.S.-based iTunes customers can get any of 25 movie series at a big discount. Bundles are available starting at $10, and some larger bundles offer each movie for as low as $5 a piece.
Among the highlights of Apple’s current offering are The Matrix trilogy, available for $10, the complete Harry Potter series for $10, and The Lord of the Rings trilogy, also available for $10. Customers can also get the Spiderman trilogy for $20, the Bourne collection for $30, and the Back to the Future trilogy for $20. Other collections include:
- Jurassic Park trilogy
- X-Men quadrilogy
- Star Trek 10 original movies
- Lethal Weapon collection
- Die Hard collection
- Taken double feature
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles trilogy
- Scarface and Casino bundle
- Ice Age trilogy
- The Godfather trilogy
- Mean Girls and Clueless bundle
- Austin Powers collection
- Blade trilogy
- Night at the Museum double feature
NOTE: when viewed in a Web browser on iTunes Preview, the prices do not reflect the current sale. The items must be viewed in the standalone iTunes application to see the promotion.
UPDATE: Pricing and availability on some of the bundles is changing rapidly, suggesting that some of the pricing deals may have been in error. The complete set of Harry Potter films was initially priced a $9.99, but is now carrying a $59.99 price tag. Similarly, theLord of the Rings was originally also priced at $9.99 before briefly being removed from the promotion page and then returned with a $17.99 price tag.