Bought a Blu-ray at Wal-mart that had a label that said "Includes a digital copy." and in smaller print, "See inside for details and expiration."
When I opened it, I found out that the digital copy had expired. When I went to return it, I was told that they would not give me a refund since it was opened and I could only exchange for the same Blu-Ray. Since the whole batch was probably all with expired digital copies that was not a help.
I can't be the only one who has been frustrated by this. Has anybody heard of somebody putting together a class action suit against either Wal-Mart or better yet, the studios for doing this sort of thing? If not, someone should.
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