04-11-2017 09:34 PM
I think it just so happened that no other retailer except Best Buy decided to stock the 3D version in Canada.
There were only two 3D versions of ROGUE ONE available in North America. The second one was carried by a major chain the US, but no one in Canada decided to stock that exclusive here.
I am certain that at some point Disney will release a catalog version of ROGUE ONE 3D to all retailers. It won't be an exclusive, but will be an Amaray plastic case containing the 3D disc.
Both are still available for orders online from other countries -- the 3D SteelBook, and the 3D non-SteelBook -- but none are available from retailers in North America anymore.
04-16-2017 06:36 AM
04-16-2017 10:38 AM
Even though I agree with you overall, I'm not sure they apply to this thread.
Politics, taxes, etc... affect everyone who lives, works and does business in Canada, so i'm not sure how this translates to Rogue One Steelbooks, or BB in Canada.
Purchasing internationally is always an option, but it doesn't resolve the tax, shipping and exchange rate for the Canadian Pesos at 30% against the USD.
In respect to Rogue One Steelbooks, both sides of the border were sold out within a few days of the release date, simply translated, the demand far exceeded the product availability. No politics here.
05-24-2017 08:23 AM - last edited on 05-24-2017 09:19 AM by BBYTerence
That's a bold statement. For years Panasonic Canada had exlusive rights to arguably the biggest landmark title of the time Avatar 3D and the only way to get a copy was to buy a Panasonic 3D television or to find it through resale avenues like **competitor**, **competitor** and **competitor**. It seems Fox has done the same with this 3D title now. It sold out almost instantly in the "3D exclusives" at **retailer** and Bestbuy in the US and Bestbuy in Canada creating a huge secondary market and getting media coverage that 3D is still alive and kicking due to the popularity of these hard to find exclusives.