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    Band of Brothers for $62.99

    I'm a huge advocate of the series, and I finally bought it today. #1, I wanted back 6gb of harddrive space, and #2, it's probably the most well-done mini-series ever made. Anywho, Circuit City has it on sale for $62.99 (came to $68.19 after tax) which is impossible to beat. It's normally $90 (before tax) everywhere else. If you're interested in buying the series and would like to save $30, now's the time to do so.

    link: http://entertainment.circuitcity.com...id=HBO99205DVD
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    indeed.. EXCELLENT mini-series
    i watched it when i was in military school 2yrs ago
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    This was fantastic on my Infocus DLP projector and DTS surround sound.

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    Thumbs up

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    I bought this a few months back for $88, and it's still sitting up there because I haven't had time to watch it (because I know once I start, I won't want to stop). Heck of a deal.
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    I watched it on HBO and got it at the library for free.

    Still a heck of a deal.

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    Not bad, doesn't beat the deal I got though. I got it, new, from Amazon.ca for $55 shipped when it was first released. Its a great set, excellent packaging, and of course, and excellent miniseries. Definately worth the buy.
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    Bought this last week for same price great deal

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