Recruiting (part 2)

Last timeI talked about syndication, this week I’m going to talk about the DVDs.  I personally think it’s vitally important that every devoted Lost fan buy the DVDs, not for yourself, but for recruiting.  there is no better way to bring people on board.

So here’s a mini buying guide for the Lost DVDs, (essentially this is just some links to Amazon, but you get the point).

I recommend that you buy Lost from either Amazon or Walmart, they tend to have the best prices.  If you’re going to buy them at Walmart, then why are you reading this, just go and buy them.  If you’re going to buy them from Amazon, then see below.  You could try Ebay, but frankly, I wouldn’t bother.

You may be thinking that you can’t afford to buy all those DVDs, well here’s the thing, you can.  If you like the show enough to read a blog like this, then these DVDs are well worth the money.  I thought that they weren’t worth it, but since I’ve bought them they have been in constant use.  Definitely worth the money.

Amazon.com (for US buyers)

They actually have a Lost store for US buyers (lucky) so here it is.

S1  DVD 

S2  DVD 

S3  DVD  Blu-ray

S4  DVD  Blu-ray

S1,2,3 box  DVD

Amazon.ca (for Canadian buyers)



S3  DVD  Blu-ray

S4  DVD  Blu-ray

– Izi


1 Response to “Recruiting (part 2)”

  1. 1 JEB
    September 21, 2008 at 9:15 am

    I totally agree with the rationale for buying that you’ve laid out here.

    At the risk of stating the obvious, Craigslist is the place where I’ve had the most success. People there are just trying to off-load clutter, and you can usually get a good price on clean merch., depending on availability.

    As luck would have it, M and I finished S1 and just then a posting came up for S2 for $25 (same price we paid for S1). Both sets we got were in pretty darned immaculate condition.

    I’ve seen S3 for $30-35, and thinking I should snag it soon since we’re 2/3 thru S2.

    Keep up the good work!

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