It looks like Amazon’s Daily Gold Box Deals this week are designed to make fools of people who took advantage of previous deals. Yesterday, it was the Alien Anthology Blu-ray, and today it’s The Lord of the Rings Extended Editions. Back in February, it was $49.49 (59% off) and today it’s $43.49 (%64 off). You could have saved six whole dollars. I bet you feel pretty silly now.
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