where can I find complete box set dvds of my favorite shows?

@SusanLee (1920)
United States
November 24, 2010 7:53am CST
I've searched the net and it's the same story. You type in what you're looking for and it sends you all over the place except where you want to go. I'm looking for complete box sets of shows from the late 60s, early 70s. Amazon is pretty good, but it doesn't give me exactly what I'm looking for. I use Amazon for most of my purchases, I love it. But they fall short on complete boxed sets of tv shows. I like shows like Psych, but they only have 1-3, not through 4. Does anyone have any suggestions of sites that have complete boxed sets without an outrageous price tag?
5 responses
@rhodzptc (1319)
• Philippines
15 Jul 11
You could try downloading a torrent of your favorite movies, I have this website where I get my favorites movie trilogies and download them.
@BeckyAnn (266)
• United States
9 Jul 11
Try iOffer. You can find it with a quick Googling (myLot won't let me paste apparently), and there are people who sell DVD sets for cheap. Some are legit, some...aren't, really, but you can always ask the seller if they're selling real DVD's or bootlegs. As with any buying site, the buyer must beware, but so far I've only had one very minor problem with a product i bought (they had the wrong DVD in the case; I contacted them and they let me keep what I had gotten and sent me the right one free!).
@coffeebreak (17820)
• United States
29 Nov 10
Amazon.com....previous 2 years I watched the sales and picked up seasons for under $20 for the box sets of all the old shows from the 50's 60's and 70's that I liked...Gomer Pyle USMC, Andy Griffith show, I love lucy, Gilmore Girls, Mary Tyler Moore and others. There is nothing but junk on these days, so I bought the good stuff. But with Christmas coming and then Jan when inventory starts...they will probably have some good sales on the box sets. Check it out and do a "wish list" and when that item comes on sale...it will send you an email telling you.
@burrito88 (2779)
• United States
28 Nov 10
You can start with Amazon.com. If you want to go cheaper, try eBay. You can find a lot of shows on eBay. Often many of the older shows are fairly cheap.
@lady1993 (19979)
• Philippines
28 Nov 10
Yes, I hate it when I search something and then it gets me everywhere except to what I was really looking for.. In my country it's so easy to find a box set of dvds (although I'm not proud of it, because they are pirated).. But they are complete with subtitle and clear picture =awesome.. and still cheap