iTunes Launches $20 'Award Winning' Movie Bundles Ahead of 90th Academy Awards

Following a discount on bundles for movies in the Cloverfield and Mission: Impossible franchises earlier this week, Apple on iTunes has now launched a collection of “Award Winning” film bundles focused on categories from the Academy Awards. The sale is debuting just under one month before the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday, March 4.

The categories include Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Picture, and vary from time periods like Classic to Contemporary. Each HD bundle is priced at $19.99, allowing those interested to grab four movies for the price of about two.

There are also a few “Under $10” Oscar film categories lined throughout the iTunes Movies store, broken into sections including “Best Original Screenplay” and “Best Adapted Screenplay.” In the list below you’ll find all of the Award Winning bundles, a few films from the Under $10 categories, and some other recent releases on iTunes that received notable discounts this week.

$19.99 Award Winning Bundles (HD)Classic Best Pictures – Gone With the Wind, Casablanca, An American in Paris, Ben-Hur

Classic Best Actor – Yankee Doodle Dandy, Captains Courageous, Sergeant York, The Philadelphia Story

Classic Best Actress – Gaslight, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf?, Jezebel, Cabaret

Musicals – Gigi, The Great Ziegfeld, Singin’ in the Rain, An American in Paris

Contemporary Best Pictures – Argo, Unforgiven, The Departed, Chariots of Fire

Contemporary Best Actress – Driving Miss Daisy, The Blind Side, Million Dollar Baby, The Color Purple

Contemporary Best Actor – The Aviator, Shine, Mystic River, Training Day

Dramas – Gravity, A Streetcar Named Desire, LOTR: The Return of the King, Network

2018 Oscar NominationsBlade Runner 2049 (4K) – $14.99, down from $19.99

Under $10 Oscar WinnersLa La Land (4K) – $6.99, down from $19.99

The Pianist – $7.99, down from $12.99

The Imitation Game – $7.99, down from $12.99

Django Unchained – $7.99, down from $9.99

Manchester by the Sea – $7.99, down from $14.99

The Big Short – $9.99, down from $14.99

Recent 4K Price DropsIt (2017) (4K)- $14.99, down from $19.99

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (4K) – $14.99, down from $19.99

Deadpool (4K) – $9.99, down from $14.99 For more of the Oscars-related discounts on iTunes, you should be able to find the Award Winning bundles and Under $10 films featured heavily in the storefront’s rotating carousel and just below the New and Noteworthy section, respectively.

If you don’t yet have the Apple TV 4K to watch 4K iTunes movies on, don’t forget that DirecTV Now’s sale on the device remains ongoing in 2018 after initially launching last November. With the offer, when you sign up for four months of the streaming TV service at an upfront cost of around $140, you’ll get the 32GB Apple TV 4K for free.

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This means that you can get the latest 32GB Apple TV 4K for about $40 cheaper than its traditional price point of $180, and if you’re not a fan of DirecTV Now when the four months end, you can cancel the service at any time. Check out our original blog post on the DirecTV Now/4K Apple TV offer for more information, and head over to our full Deals Roundup to discover other sales happening this week.Related Roundup: Apple DealsDiscuss this article in our forums

Source: Macrumors