Buying used movies can be a wise investment. Even though they aren’t brand new, as long as the DVD isn’t scratched, no one will be able to tell the difference. Plus, once you open a DVD for the first time it’s already a used one. Check out the sale racks at video stores like Blockbuster, which often sell ex-rentals for great prices. Also check out garage, yard and estate sales, which usually have the best prices on used DVDs and videos. Amazon and Half.com offer deep discounts as well on certain titles.
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