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Warner Offering Up Blu-rays in Exchange for HD-DVDs with Red2Blu Program

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Still sitting on a pile of HD-DVDs that grow more and more embarassing by the day? Warner Bros. has just started up a new program that'll let you swap them out for Blu-ray versions.

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The Red2Blu trade-in program is designed to get people burned by HD-DVD into the Blu-ray fold. Simply mail in your HD-DVD cover art (you get to keep the discs!), pay $4.95 per movie and $6.95 for shipping and get brand new copies of the same movies on Blu-ray in about a month.

Of course, it only works for Warner Bros. HD-DVDs/Blu-rays, but if you've got a few kicking around this ain't a bad deal. [Red2Blu via Engadget]

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jiveabillion
jiveabillion

Hmmm do I want to do this? I have about 20+ HD-DVDs, some of which are not available on Blu-Ray yet. This would, of course, render my HD-DVD player useless. What do you guys think?