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Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull will be out next Tuesday, October 14, on DVD and Blu-ray. As is common these days, there are a variety of exclusive editions to attempt to convince you to buy from a particular retailer, or perhaps even to buy more than one in order to get the extra goodies. (Does anyone do that?)
Circuit City has two lithographs of concept art from the movie. Fye and Suncoast have their usual Steelbook packaging.
Best Buy’s gift set comes with the Special Edition DVD, a replica crystal skull from Sideshow Collectibles, and a $25 gift card to Sideshowcollectibles.com, all for $40. They’re pricing the Special Edition at $23, so if you want something else from Sideshow, that’s not a bad deal. Then again, I suspect there’s nothing you can get there for under $25, so you’re going to be giving them more money however it works out.
Target’s version comes with a mini hardcover book (the size of a DVD case) with “80 pages of behind-the-scenes photos, including many never-before-published images”.
Kmart and Sears have four LEGO mini-posters, each mimicking one of the four original theatrical posters for the movies in the series. (Kind of makes you realize how much times have changed between the first three and this one, given the different visual look.)
Plus, if you have a Papa John’s nearby, they’re currently doing a deal where every pizza comes with a $3 off coupon for the DVD.
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