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Warner Adds TV Shows to DVD2BLU Upgrade Program

Warner has now now added popular TV shows to their DVD2BLU upgrade program, allowing users to trade in their DVDs for the high definition Blu-ray versions. Prices to upgrade start at $14.95 and include such hit Warner series as Smallville Seasons 6, 7, & 8, The Sopranos Season 1, and Supernatural Seasons 1, 3, and 4. Consumers select the titles they want to upgrade on DVD2BLU.com, mail in their standard DVDs with pre-paid postage and a short time later receive copies of the same title and complete season on Blu-ray. See below for a complete list of TV titles available for upgrade with DVD2Blu.com:

  • $19.95
    • Smallville Season 8
    • Supernatural Season 1
    • Supernatural Season 4
    • Chuck Season 2
    • Fringe S1
    • The Sopranos S1
  • $14.95
    • Smallville Season 6
    • Smallville Season 7
    • Supernatural Season 3
    • Chuck Season 1
    • Pushing Daisies S1
    • Pushing Daisies S2
    • Terminator SCC S1
    • Terminator SCC S2
    • Nip/Tuck S4

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