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Denon gives away free 'Dark Knight' Blu-ray with purchase of standalone

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 22 Nov 2008 16:23 User comments (2)

Denon gives away free 'Dark Knight' Blu-ray with purchase of standalone Denon Electronics, makers of high end home theater equipment, have announced they will be giving away free copies of both Batman Begins and The Dark Knight in Blu-ray with the purchase of any one of their three standalone Blu-ray players.
The three players are the $749 USD DVD-1800BD, $999 DVD-2500BTCI or $1,999 DVD-3800BDCI, and the timeframe to purchase them is between Nov. 23 and Jan. 10. After the purchase, simply fill out a claim form and send in the proof of purchase from the player and the company will send the two Blu-ray films back to you.

“The Dark Knight truly epitomizes what this high-resolution format has to offer for home entertainment, both in terms of high-quality content, image and sound,” added Joe Stinziano, senior VP of sales and marketing at Denon. “Most importantly, our Blu-ray promotion with Warner is designed to benefit both our valued retail partners as well as consumers by generating excitement for Blu-ray products. Consumers will be looking for a strong value this holiday, season and an attractive offer tied to the year’s highest grossing film will help drive store traffic and sales.”

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2 user comments

124.11.2008 1:18

Thats doin too much. Ill just buy it on Blu-Ray

228.11.2008 9:06
susieqbbb
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Wow can we say pricey.

I will wait untill december when most blu-ray players will drop to the 200.00 and 100.00 standard thanks anyways.

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