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Vudu Introduces New Mix & Match Deal on Movies

Do you like to stock up on movies? Vudu is hoping that its new Mix & Match program will be a great fit for movie lovers.

Yesterday Vudu launched its new Mix & Match program allowing users to pick any five movies from a list of 24 movies for $19.99. You will be able to pick from movies such as Back to the Future, Straight Outa Compton, and Despicable Me.

Although this deal may not be for everyone there is still a large number of Americans who enjoy stocking up on movies they like. If you happen to be someone who wants access to classics such as Jaws, Animal House, and Scarface this deal may be something you want to check out.

Hopefully Vudu continues to offer this Mix & Match program with a rotating list of movies because the deal sells these HD movies for just $3.99 each—a much better deal than you will find these movies on other services such as Amazon Video.

If you want to take advantage of this deal you will need to head over to this specific Vudu page. Sadly you won’t be able to pick just any movie you want but it does have a nice selection of movies to pick from.

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One Response to Vudu Introduces New Mix & Match Deal on Movies

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    Rich February 8, 2017 at 9:22 am #

    Not bad if you are interested in the offerings.
    One thing puzzles me, why is this link not showing up on the Vudu homepage.
    It’s like this is some sort of a secret…which kind of defeats the purpose of using it to make more sales.
    If they make it more accessible and if they rotate the offerings – maybe once a month or more…I can see this as being a nice addition for subscribers to the service.
    They can make more sales of titles that users were on the fence about getting.