Today only here at WWEShop.com you can once again take 50% off WWE DVDs and Blu-rays listed on the site – meaning most titles are no more than $9.99 each!
This is part of new daily deals at WWEShop in the run up to this Sunday’s Elimination Chamber pay-per-view event. The sale runs today (Thursday) only so be sure to take advantage. Use code “CHAMBER” to get the prices down, which also gives 25% off T-Shirts.
$2.49 – Money in the Bank 2010
$3.49 – Elimination Chamber 2011 (Blu-ray)
$3.99 – Wrestling’s Highest Flyers
$4.99 – Raw 15th Anniversary
$5.99 – Royal Rumble 2012 (Blu-ray)
$7.49 – 50 Greatest Finishing Moves (Blu-ray)
$8.49 – Randy Orton: Evolution of a Predator (Blu-ray)
$9.99 – Stone Cold The Bottom Line (Blu-ray)
(Use code “CHAMBER” to redeem. Sale runs TODAY ONLY.)
The new Shawn Michaels “Mr. WrestleMania” DVD which hit stores only last week looks to be performing well in sales early on. Both DVD and Blu-ray editions have at times sold out here on Amazon.com, with the DVD version currently offered only by third party sellers.
Below to watch is a new preview clip of “Mr. WrestleMania”. This shows part of the intro video where Shawn Michaels looks back on his WrestleMania highlights.
One of the latest promotional videos for the launch of the WWE Network shows off a few more DVD features possibly streaming on there. A few of those include The History of the World Heavyweight Championship, 20 Years Too Soon: The Superstar Billy Graham Story, Twist of Fate: The Matt & Jeff Hardy Story, and Jeff Hardy: My Life, My Rules.
It’s worth noting that all DVD titles shown so far in the promotional material for the WWE Network are ones that had documentary portions. The words “entire Home Video library” have been uttered at times by WWE but there’s nothing concrete as yet.
For those interested, the WWE Network app can now be found on Playstation 4 but can only be downloaded from this coming Monday. Thanks to Joshua Mustacchio for the pic below.
WWE Home Entertainment revenues for 2013 were $24.3 million overall, which is a decline from $33 million the previous year. A few less Home Video titles offered in the year and lower than usual pricing are said to be two major reasons for the drop. Consumer product revenues as a whole were down for the company over the full year vs. 2012.
Below is an excerpt of the Q4 2013 Earnings Report:
Home Entertainment net revenues were $5.0 million as compared to $9.6 million in the prior year quarter. The decrease was driven by a 33% decline in the average price per unit to approximately $8 due, in part, to a higher proportion of catalog sales than in the prior year quarter. This shift derived from changes at retail, including reduced space for DVD inventory and demand for lower priced product. Shipments of catalog titles increased 51% and accounted for 57% of total unit shipments compared to 35% in the prior year quarter. Based on the sustained increase in catalog shipments, which historically have been characterized by lower sell-through rates, estimated returns increased to 51% from 37% of gross revenue. Also contributing to the decline in net home entertainment revenue, overall shipments fell 8% to 1.1 million with two fewer releases in the quarter (9 in Q4 2013 vs. 11 in Q4 2012).
According to Key Performance Indicators, the most shipped Home Video titles in the past 9 months were WrestleMania 29, Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection, The History of WWE, The Top 25 Rivalries and ECW Unreleased Vol. 2. In the case of the Goldberg DVD it looks to have out shipped each of the other comparable top titles by nearly 30 thousand units.
Last week saw the content of “WCW Greatest PPV Matches Vol. 1” revealed in two parts. First up, the complete list of 21 matches planned for the DVD version (here). Second, the 4 matches to be included as Blu-ray exclusives (here). It’s released on March 11th.
The full content of the Ultimate Warrior and “Music of WWE” DVDs should be out shortly.
Round 1 of “March Mania” ends tomorrow at 9am EST (2pm GMT) so get voting here to help answer the question, “What is the greatest WWE DVD of all time?”
Today, this seller auctions off several of the sought after WWF WrestleMania DVDs.
eBay Links & Bid Prices:
WrestleMania 15 – $24.95
WrestleMania 16 – $38.51
WrestleMania 17 – $31.00
WrestleMania 17 – $59.95
WrestleMania 18 – $23.99
Keep us updated on future sale at wweshop zone.. When is the next 50% off dvd sale? Thank you for all the updates..
I think the true douchebags use the term IWC.
Spot on. Such a stupid term.
International fans should not get their hopes up on the Network, just found this online regarding certain content being blacked out. So people outside the US won’t get everything – my guess its the live PPVs since they still have contracts providers outside the US.
“WWE is looking to expand around the globe with the Network “or parts of our Network”. In other words, depending on local TV deals, some content may be blacked out in certain areas of the world.
my f*@cking god…could we please get ONE united equally based cable, satellite or what ever techniqal mumbo jumbo that does that something like the WWE Network can air, so that the World can take part..and Vince and family and shareholders can earn even more money.
Like with regions on DVD/Bluray.. make ONE worldwide, so everyone get same content.
I think it might be possible to just bypass the geoblocking and get an US WWE Network account (works with other services that are officially just available in certain countries).
interesting.. I’m from Scandinavia, but I will see over the year how well the Network acutally is recieved.. I have already everything that I care for in the WWF/WWE library.. so it is more the ECW brand and to a certain extend the WCW library I am interesting in.
The ppv’s now a days I’m not that interesting in anyway other than few great matches here and there.
At my local Walmart there were two DVD copies left of Mr. WM but no Blu Ray copies left. I’ll pass on this one.
regarding the Network – the words: “The entire Home video library” + at the presentation they mentioned that the PPV’s will be complete, uncut and unedited:
I own the complete WWF/WWE ppv complete collection, which obviously include Silvervision Tagged Classics. One of the many things I really enjoy in the late 90’s-early 00’s ppv’s were the often black/white vignettes that introduced the ppv, with historical and cultural events and personalities blended in with the main characters of the ppv.
I think it was very bold and creative done, with Pres. Kennedy, Pres. Nixon, I believe at some point also Reagan and Thatcher were used in clips.
So.. I wonder, if those vignettes and intros will stay.. cos in my mind, some of them actually were part of the story telling going, to a certain extend. At least its creative opener, but today it would problaly cost too much money for the compagny to do stuff like that.
The last time in the newer era that I found a opening vignette to a ppv really cool was Money in the Bank 2011…the edits and cuts with Punk, Cena, McMahon and the Clock of Doom as I like to refer it as, that was barely visible on the screen, was great and told a story bout the main story so great. A shame that ppv never was released on Blu-ray.
hmmm.. I sometimes wonder when reading some notes, what it is some people think that they contribute with to a specialized forum, in this case, Wrestling DVD/Bluray, where you suppose to exchange knowledge, different opinions, learn by each others what may be great or not great, having discussions on that…not always agree on what is cool, what is great…but always with respect in mind…
but not expres in a tone that suit the kind of Bastian Booger attitude.
“Suppose there’ll be another one next year.
John Cena: The Complete Wrestlemania Booing’s anyone? XD”
Yeah, and please include WM 20 and 21 where those same fair weather, IWC douchebag smarks are wearing his merch and cheering him.
Yes, 10 years ago, before WWE started shoving him down our throats and before he started doing the same routine over and over.
Are you serious? Fair weather? If anything, the people who don’t like Cena have been nothing but consistent in their dislike for him. 10 years ago he was fresh and doing something different. Then he fell into a rut of doing the same tired routine over and over and over and over. That’s like saying “Oh, people who liked Hogan in 84 and 85, but didn’t like him in 94 and 95 are fair weather fans.” That’s so silly. Cena is exactly where Hogan was in the mid 90’s. Comepletely played out and in need of a drastic change to freshen him up.
Something you have to realize about WWE DVD/BR sales is that “units shipped” doesn’t equal “units sold”. It just means more of those copies were made available to retailers. It’s too bad WWE doesn’t break down the releases by actual sales during their quarterly financials.
Also I agree with Dave. How many times did I read about the Mr. WrestleMania release “What a waste!”, “It’s all repeats!” and “Who would buy that?”. Well, there you go.
Suppose there’ll be another one next year.
John Cena: The Complete Wrestlemania Booing’s anyone? XD
And people wonder why WWE release these Wrestlemania theme sets. The Undertaker Streak did well so why not WWE capitalize on an HBK themed one? Its basically easy money for WWE and thats what its all about for WWE as a business.
People can whine and cry all they want but when these sets are released I guarantee those same people run out on release day to buy it. Watching videos on Youtube from guys like Steven Breech bash the HBK release few months back and then says “well, yeah, I’m still going to buy it”…awesome! that will show WWE!
Please stop making fun of people like me that literally cry over sets. I called in sick to work yesterday because I was in my room crying all day. Then, when my mom told me to come down for dinner, I complained about the WCW listing. She told me not to worry because Halloween Havoc was on it.
I’m still crying about the fact that there is no Norman Smiley “Mr. (Never Been to) Wrestlemania” release. It’s supposed to run about 8 minutes, 5 of those him doing the “wiggle”.