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Movie buffs listen up, the U.S. iTunes store has a great selection of movie bundles for sale, with some reduced to frankly ridiculous prices. The selection covers a wide range of movies, and includes such hit titles as the Back to the Future trilogy, the X-Men quadrilogy, the Die Hard series and the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Perhaps one of the best price reductions comes on the full Harry Potter collection, though.

Right now, you can purchase a bundle of every single Harry Potter movie for just $9.99. That's less than $2 a movie. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy and The Matrix Trilogy are also down to $9.99, with a variety of other bundles to choose from at different price points. At this point there's not much to see here in the UK, but if you're somewhere outside the U.S. and see some of these special offers, hit us up in the comments and let us know where you are!

UPDATE: Harry Potter looks to have been a mistake and is no longer discounted to $10. Hope you grabbed it while you had the chance!

Richard Devine

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Planetary Paul says:

Somehow these things are always US store only........

And if you buy the separate movies in the NL store, you get the ones with the staggeringly badly done -always on- subtitles or even far worse: lip synchronised!

I rarely buy movies in iTunes for this reason. When Apple can get their act together on this I'll look at it again :-(

chadjnewton says:

Wish they did this in the UK! Also, thumbs up for letting people know about these great offers iMore. :)

vampyrchief says:

The extended edition of Lord if the rings is still $54.99. Now if this was on sale for $9.99... That is roughly 4 more hours.

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gvndeb60 says:

Thanks so much!!!! Just bought Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter. Cant beat that for $20!!!

Cyrano says:

As others have said a great deal, though sadly not in UK store :(

kch50428 says:

The 10 StarTrek movies are $49.99 - egad.

Joshua Massre says:

Apparently it only shows the sale price in iTunes itself. When you look at the preview links, it shows the full price ($59.99 for Harry Potter, for example).

And just an FYI for film nerds, The Lord of the Rings Trilogy is the theatrical version, not extended editions. Either way...still a good deal.

KFronz782 says:

if you read the update above, Harry Potter price was increased.

Joshua Massre says:

When I made my comment, the two prices were different. The web preview said full price but inside of iTunes, it said $9.99. I realize it was a mistake, but you'd think Apple had the web preview and the iTunes Store view automatically displayed. Not sure why they listed different prices.

cosby01 says:

Sale appears to be over? Prices on Matrix, Potter and LOTR have risen.

donblay says:

I noticed that too. And Harry Potter is "locked" because it says the item is being modified.
That didn't last long

Heisenberg says:

Was able to get Scarface+Casino for $12.99. Wish I had woken up earlier to see the Back To The Future trilogy at $9.99

ZeroLeonheart says:

BTTF was $10 too!?!?! I was able to get Hary Potter and LOTR at $10 but BTTF would have been awesome too. Can't complain though. Best $20 spent all year.

Heisenberg says:

Literally from one minute to the next. That's what Seth Clifford said on twitter.

donblay says:

Apparently it's over. I was able to get Back to the Future for $9.99, but its back up now too. I wasn't able to get anything else in time. Harry Potter is $60 now.
I guess it must have been a mistake. Very disappointing.

remipmc says:

ffffffffffffffffuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!!!!! i wish i would have caught this before they raised the prices back up!

utgreenhead says:

Yea, looks like HP is back to $59.99. LoTR is $17.99 and Matrix Trilogy is back to $17.99.

Glad I hopped on it early and got them for $9.99 ea. This kind of good luck never happens to me. Think I'm going to buy a PowerBall ticket for tomorrow nights drawing!!!

nerd.Boy says:

The one time I go to sleep early......