Many Hunger Games fans have already pre-ordered their Blu-ray/DVD copy of the first movie in Suzanne Collins’ hit franchise. Many, of which, have been the exclusive versions offered by Walmart and Target. For any fans who have yet to purchase their copy, Best Buy is now offering their own exclusive edition of the Hunger Games.
This exclusive edition includes 2 DVD’s, 2 Blu-ray discs, a digital copy of The Hunger Games, and a beautiful collectors box. It also comes with a limited edition Hunger Games collectible that will be numbered, available exclusively at Best Buy.
This edition is currently listed on their Canadian site as well as their US site. The US site does not offer any details or picture, but we suspect they’re exactly the same. See photos below:
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To pre-order the Canadian version click here.
To pre-order the American verison, click here.
Check out our earlier post for information on what special features are included with all sets.
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