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Avengers assemble for Microsoft Store's Marvel 10th anniversary sale

Avengers: Infinity War may be the hot Marvel film in theaters right now, but Microsoft is celebrating with a price drop on 16 of the studio's previous films (opens in new tab). Everyone from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is represented here, ranging from Thor and Ant-Man to Iron Man and the Guardians of the Galaxy.

In all, each film in Microsoft's Marvel 10th Anniversary Sale has been discounted by $5, dropping their prices down to $14.99 across the board. The only exception is the Thor 3-Film Collection, which is down to $40.00 from $59.97. Here's a look at what's up for grabs:

If you're looking to get caught up on the MCU, you can check out the full sale on the Microsoft Store through May 15.

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10 Comments
  • Until Movies & TV is integrated w/ the Movies Anywhere service, I will be giving my business to Vudu; who's currently running the same sale.
  • This. Exactly this. Movies Anywhere or no sale at all. Ever.
  • That is exactly what I was thinking. It joins Movies Anywhere, and I'll feel more secure that my purchase will stay for the long haul.
  • I went to check Movie Anywhere again... It's still a US only service. I guess it'd be a hard battle for'em cause every country has their own video industry and local dealers.
    * Apps, games (exclude console games) can be distributed globally instantly but movie, music, everything traditional cannot not. I'm currently living in Japan and movie releases here is FREAKING SLOW!!!! I gave up on Google cause after I found out I can store-region-hot-swap MsStore. And many times... MsStore.US is faster than theater in Japan. Google is super strict about region lock.
    I still go theater almost every week tho, I'm buying videos not just for watch but to show support.
    It's not a bad thing if there's no internet and I only have local friends. If MS decides to join the service... I think MS will have to be strict with region detection / lock too, and that's bad news for me and my gf.
  • Captain America Civil War - $14.99, that's £10.75 in the UK. The Blu-ray with HD audio is £9.99 and I can get it through my letterbox tomorrow from Amazon. Digital content needs to be cheaper if the quality is inferior
  • check the UK store 😉
  • Also, my household is bilingual, while I watch movies in English my wife watches them in Spanish. A Blu-ray provides different audio tracks and subtitles. Digital version, while have the ability to include them, usually do not, MS Store movies are all in English.
  • The Incredible Hulk?
  • That's the only MCU movie not under the Disney umbrella. It's surprising that Universal wouldn't put Incredible Hulk on sale this week though.
  • That's what i was thinking, but then thought Iron Man would be in the same boat. Or did they get the rights due to the sequels? These movie rights issues are so confusing!