More downloadable Peanuts

Ach, in putting together my last post, I missed that iTunes has a number of specials available which Amazon doesn’t. As individual purchases, you can get:

  • Life is a  Circus, Charlie Brown
  • He’s Your Dog, Charlie Brown
  • Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown?
  • It’s a Mystery, Charlie Brown
  • What a Nightmare, Charlie Brown

A buck-ninety-nine apiece. The good deal there is to get all five, plus the seven listed on Amazon, for $13.93 — the price of seven.

Also available at iTunes are the contents of some of the existing DVDs:

  • It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown, It’s Arbor Day, Charlie Brown, and It’s Spring Training, Charlie Brown for $9.99.
  • Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown with It’s Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown, You’re in Love, Charlie Brown, and the DVD extra documentary for $9.99

Those aren’t such amazing deals when compared with buying the physical DVDs off of Amazon. And the Amazon download price for the full 18 episodes of The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show is a bit cheaper than the iTunes price.

Thanks to AAUGH blog reader Mike for emailing me on these.

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