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Old 03-07-08, 04:44 PM   #8
AthlonXP1800
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Default Re: Blu-ray prices go up following HD DVD's death

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Originally Posted by Lyme
As the players and movies are not manufactured in the USA, and prices for all the items have gone up worldwide, your reasoning doesn't hold much water.
I checked Blu-ray prices on UK sites and all are unchanged then Blu-ray prices here in UK not increased.

US Blu-ray movies are manufactured at Spokane, WA in the USA for the US market while UK and Europe Blu-ray movies are manufactured in Europe.

Also checked Blu-ray 25GB & 50GB blank discs on USA & UK Froogle, the prices hadnt increased at all, same prices but the prices on Amazon.com doubled so I guess it just that Amazon increased the prices while other sites not increased the prices.
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