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Stay in for movie night with this $5 digital HD film sale

Itunes Books Sale March Hero
Itunes Books Sale March Hero

Building up your digital movie library can be a pretty expensive process, but iTunes is making things a bit easier this weekend with a myriad of stellar deals on a wide variety of films. With prices starting at just $4.99 (opens in new tab), this sale is worth scoping out to see if your favorites are included, as you never know when they might switch streaming services or become unavailable; having your own copy ensures you can watch whenever you want.

Now that the Apple TV app is available on a myriad of devices, you can watch the TV shows you purchase on iTunes today on much more than just Apple devices. You could use the Amazon Fire TV Stick (opens in new tab) or a Roku Streaming Device (opens in new tab), and those are just two of the most popular options.

These iTunes movie sales offer the perfect opportunity to stay entertained on a night in. You'll save quite a bit too by purchasing your movie for $5 on iTunes rather than catching a film at the theater for nearly $20 per ticket — and that's before we even start considering concessions.

Today's sale includes a wide variety of films, including a selection of adaptations of books written by female authors. This includes movies such as The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (opens in new tab), Twilight (opens in new tab), and The Lovely Bones (opens in new tab). There are a ton of other films which don't fit in this category though, such as Kill Bill Volume 1 (opens in new tab) and Volume 2 (opens in new tab).

Further down the sale page, you can find movies at slightly higher prices, though even these deals are pretty great compared to what you'd pay to see a film at the theater. Be sure to take a look through the selection (opens in new tab) and grab any movies you want to add to your collection before prices rise back to normal in a few days.

Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.