Display of holiday titles at a Seal Beach, Calif., Target in December 2022.
December 21, 2022
Dec. 20 didn’t see much action in the way of new releases, so Target touted a lineup of select holiday movies for up to 50% off.
Titles include A Charlie Brown Christmas, A Christmas Story, Elf, Love Actually, Home Alone and more on DVD or Blu-ray, many in collectible slipcovers with exclusive box art.
Best Buy touted preorders for exclusive 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray combo pack Steelbook editions of Universal’s Halloween Ends, due Dec. 27 at $32.99, and Warner’s Black Adam, due Jan. 3 at $35.99.
Speaking of Halloween Ends, some Southern California Walmart’s were seen with the title already stocked on shelves a week early. This comes in the wake of “House of the Dragon” discs seen on shelves a week prior to that title’s Dec. 20 release date.
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