How to buy ‘Game of Thrones’ for the low, low price of $10.95 on Amazon, with no DRM
The price is lower than the $39.99 price you’d pay for a standard DVD or Blu-ray, but it’s also cheaper than some other titles in the series.
It’s a $10 cheaper than the original season 3 Blu-rays of the show, for instance, and it’s cheaper than its Blu-Ray re-release.
This is because Amazon offers a “free 2-day trial” of the title.
If you buy the standard season 3 DVD, you’ll get a $2.99 upgrade to the Blu-RAY edition, which comes with a free digital copy of the season 3 finale and an extra 30 minutes of extras, plus access to the HBO show’s digital library.
(It’s worth noting that Amazon’s service is only available in the US, Canada, and Australia, and that the season 4 Blu-Rays are also available in that territory.)
The two versions of the original show, season 3 and season 4, have been out for nearly two years now, and each one has a slightly different release date.
That makes it hard to compare the two versions, but we’ve managed to compare them against other Blu-Takes.
All the games are available at Amazon’s site, and they’ve included a handy list of games to choose from.
We’ve also included the prices of each game in the table below.
The cheapest season 3 of Game of Thrones, with a $4.99 DVD price tag, is also available on Amazon for $5.99.
If we exclude the $2 purchase, the cheapest Season 4 Blu