Pick Up Three 4K UHD Blu-Rays for $50 This Week

Pick Up Three 4K UHD Blu-Rays for $50 This Week

Choose from over 140 titles.

If you're enough of a movie aficionado to own a 4K Blu-ray player, or you just happen to be one of the millions of people to own an Xbox One S and a 4K television, you will probably have already discovered that collecting 4K Blu-rays can be prohibitively expensive.

Luckily enough, this week Amazon US is offering up one of the best deals we've seen on these things since 4K became a thing. Right now, you can pick three 4K Blu-rays and get the trio for $49.99. Considering these movies are routinely $25 individually, you are effectively getting the third film completely free in most cases.

There are about 145 titles to choose from, while stock lasts of course, with some absolute classics and brand new releases in there too. Everything from John Wick 2 and Mad Max Fury Road to Ex Machina and Cabin in the Woods. Heck, Van Helsing is in there too if you really want to do that to yourself.

The multi offer is live now, ending on November 30th, so you've got some time to expand your 4K movie collection.

Three for $49.99 4K Blu-rays from Amazon US

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Jamie Wallace

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Jamie is the Commerce Editor for Gamer Network and can usually be found writing about games, tech and his belief that there were never enough Jet Set Radios.

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