By :John Latchem | Posted: 21 Sep 2010
The Best Buy store in Costa Mesa, Calif., recently rearranged its home video and music sections, which, judging by online reports, is taking place throughout the chain.
At this particular location, the home video and music sections have been consolidated to make more room for cell phones and small appliances. The new-release section is smaller and divided into DVD and Blu-ray areas, while Blu-ray seems to be taking up more of the home video area in general. The overall space for home video seems about the same, although the music section has been collapsing for a while.
Best Buy also offered a $5 CinemaNow gift card with purchase of the new Robin Hood Blu-ray and gave a $5 discount with purchase on any “Tinker Bell” DVD or Nintendo DS game with purchase of the new Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue DVD.
Target offered a gift set for Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue packaged in a jewelry box-style case with five rings and five hair clips.
Walmart offered two free Vudu HD movie rentals with the two-DVD Robin Hood set.