Black Friday 2018: iTunes Discounts Holiday Classics and Over 150 4K Films to Under $10, New Disney Films for $15

As it does every holiday season, Apple this week refreshed its iTunes Movies storefront with a selection of notable discounts, and the new sales are expected to stick around through Black Friday and Cyber Monday before the iTunes Movies store is updated again next Tuesday. There are a number of great movies to watch with your family over the holiday weekend, so check out some of the films in the lists below.


4K - Under $10


One of the biggest sales on iTunes this Black Friday is for 4K HDR films that are all under $10 for a limited time. This list exceeds 150 movies and includes tons of different genres and franchises.

Holiday Movies - Under $10

Movie Bundles - $9.99


Along with individual movie discounts, iTunes has a massive collection of film bundles for just $9.99 each.

Action and Adventure
Comedy

Disney Movies - Under $15


Apple has also knocked down the prices of a few newly released Disney films -- and two classics -- to $14.99 and below.
We're tracking all of the latest sales and bargains in our full Black Friday Roundup, so be sure to check it out as you shop online today.

Related Roundup: Apple Deals


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7 months ago

Why pay for movies when Popcorntime exists?o_O

Not everyone is a thief?
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7 months ago

Why pay for movies when Popcorntime exists?o_O


Because we like movies and want to continue to support them monitarily...
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7 months ago
The pricing in the US store is so expensive! As an example you can get home alone 1&2 in a bundle for £3.99 which which is about $5.20 which is half the price of home alone on its own..

It’s actually cheaper to buy the BR which has an actually physical cost to the studio.. so bizxare
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7 months ago
So much cheaper to just get the Blu-ray
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7 months ago
I’d buy every single one of those Disney films if they were 4K and HDR/Dolby Vision/Dolby Atmos.

Grrr.
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7 months ago
Fantastic Beasts is $14.99, not under $10
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7 months ago

So much cheaper to just get the Blu-ray


Yeah, but then I have to factor in storage and retrievability. I went down that road with DVDs and I'm completely done with physical media for everything at this point. Very freeing!
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7 months ago

Yeah, but then I have to factor in storage and retrievability. I went down that road with DVDs and I'm completely done with physical media for everything at this point. Very freeing!

Agree. But it's still ridiculous that pirated digised BD's offer better quality for free, versus paid official content that's rubbish in comparison.

Same for music, iTunes offer lossy only, pirates offer lossless rips with full set of artwork done at large size.

And the companies wonder why people pirate?
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7 months ago

Why pay for movies when Popcorntime exists?o_O


Because some ppl support the rights of copyright holders.
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7 months ago
Why pay for movies when Popcorntime exists?o_O
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