Just a few weeks ago, we reported that LG was offering a nice bundle with some of its new 3D TV products.
All you need to do is buy a little something from the LX9500 or LX6500 Infinia LED line and a 3D Blu-ray player. Then, LG will give you two free pairs of the 3D active shutter glasses, a $100 instant rebate and a bonus redemption certificate to receive Warner Home Video's Blu-ray 3D title IMAX Under the Sea 3D.
However, if you aren't quite ready to jump into the whole kit and kaboodle, there are a few other offers right behind that one. Warner just announced (via DVDTown.com) deals with both LG and Sony. That partnership will offer a total of three 3D Blu-ray titles, with select Blu-ray 3D players, 3DTVs and 3D projector purchases.
The three titles are the aforementioned IMAX Under the Sea 3D, as well as IMAX Space Station 3D and IMAX Deep Sea 3D. Just don't expect all three titles to be bundled under one deal.
LG will send IMAX Under the Sea 3D to those buying up the LG BX580 or BX585 3D Blu-ray player. That offer is good through December 31, 2010. So basically, you can still get the movie for free. If you want $100 off and the 3D glasses, you will need to buy the 3D TV, too.
The movie offer is good for consumers in the U.S. and Canada. In Europe, Asia, South America and Central America, 3D enthusiasts can buy any LG Blu-ray 3D Player, Blu-ray 3D Home Theater, 3D Projector or 3D TV and get IMAX Space Station 3D.
On the Sony side, Warner is offering IMAX Deep Sea 3D to consumers in North America and various territories in Europe, Asia, South America and Central America. To score that freebie, you'll need to purchase any Sony Blu-ray 3D player, 3D TV or set of 3D glasses.
Hey fellas: How about a deal that will give us all three titles? Remember when HD DVD and Blu-ray first hit and you'd get five discs for the purchase of one player? Hopefully, we will see more freebies offered around the 2010 holiday shopping season.
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