iTunes Discounts Cloverfield, Mission: Impossible, and Jack Ryan Movie Bundles by Between $5-$25

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Apple on iTunes recently discounted a few bundles for movies in the Cloverfield, Mission: Impossible, and Jack Ryan franchises. The sale prices have gone live on iTunes alongside the reveal of new trailers for the latest entries in each franchise (as well as an all-new Cloverfield movie on Netflix), which happened during last night's Super Bowl LII.


We've listed all of the bundles and prices below, as well as a few other notable movie discounts happening this week on iTunes.

There are also a few returning deals happening today for products like the Apple Watch and iPad mini. Target has once again discounted the Apple Watch Series 1 by $70 in both 38mm ($179.99) and 42mm ($209.99). Similar to the last sale from a few weeks ago, the only devices marked down are the aluminum watches with Sport bands in Silver/White and Space Gray/Black. All models are available to ship for free, and you can get free shipping to your local Target as well, depending on stock.

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At Best Buy, the retailer has the iPad mini 4 (Wi-Fi only, 128GB) at $299.99, down from $399.99, in Gold, Space Gray, and Silver. The new offer matches the tablet's discounted price last seen in sales leading up to and following the holidays at Best Buy and Target. For those who purchase an iPad mini 4, Best Buy has also discounted Speck's StyleFolio Case for the tablet to $18.99, down from $34.99.

For more information on sales happening this week, be sure to head over to our full Deals Roundup.

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33 months ago

I believe over the weekend...possibly still today...the Jack Ryan movies were $5 each. (or $20 for the 4-some bundle)

Yep they are, and the reboot with Chris Pine is $5 on its own as well.
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None of them, they were just discounted by $5-$25.

Yeah, sorry for any confusion. In regards to the headline, it's the bundles that were discounted by $5 (Cloverfield) to $25 (Mission: Impossible).
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33 months ago

Shouldn't Cloverfield have a negative price point? /s

I know the sequel was much better than the original but it still shocks me they even got to the second film let along a third now.

part of me wonders if Super 8 was like a precursor to Cloverfield.
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