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February 20 2016

Buffy and Angel complete series boxsets are's Deal of the Day. There's bound to be at least one person reading this site who has never seen the two shows.

Wow, I don't want to think about how much I paid per season of Buffy back in the day, even on sale.
I only have the 16:9 region 2 dvds, which I was planning to replace by an upcoming Blu-Ray release. But seeing how disastrous the HD conversion is, I think I'll buy this region 1 complete set for the 4:3 AR. Even though it's a real shame they don't include the previously segments.
That's such a great deal, but I own several already.
I still don't have discs for Angel, but I really would rather save myself for the blu-ray release that seems to be, with each passing day, one day closer to never happening.
Both are currently out of stock, so there must have been a lot of people who needed them.
I hear ya, Sunfire.

Sure was worth it though.
Both say 'In Stock' for me. Not that my 11 year old copies need replacing or anything...
Sunfire - I bought the entirety of Buffy and Angel in half season sets back in 2003/2004 at $70 Australian a pop. At a collective 11.5 seasons that's about $700-800 I spent all up. I don't regret it (especially as that was back before TV on DVD was really a thing) but these days I'd consider $200 to be too expensive for them.

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