The Number of available 3D Blu-ray Movies will get You Through the Holidays

Posted: Dec 2 2010, 2:39pm CST | by , in Shopping | Black Friday
Updated: Dec 2 2010, 2:41pm CST

 

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The Number of available 3D Blu-ray Movies will get your Through the Holidays
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In case you have made the decision to early adopt a 3D TV this holiday season you will be happy to know that there are enough 3D Blu-ray movies to watch between Christmas and New Year. There are several 3D Blu-ray movie releases that bring up the number of available 3D Blu-ray movies to about 20.

If you buy a recommended Panasonic GT25 3D TV you get exclusively Avatar 3D that you can add to your list of 3D Blu-ray movies to watch this Holidays.

The highlights of the available 3D Blu-ray movies for the Holidays include Despicable Me 3D, A Christmas Carol, Open Season 3D, Alice in Wonderland 3D, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and Clash of the Titans 3D.

You can buy and pre-order all 3D Blu-ray movies on Amazon and on Walmart. Walmart shaves off a couple cents of most 3D Blu-rays compared to Amazon's prices, but only a few are offered with free shipping to home.

Retailers try to make 3D TV as attractive as possible by offering them at steep discounts and with free Blu-ray player and 3D Starter kit. See all offers on Amazon.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
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