Now this is some sensible bundling; the good Star Wars movies and a Sony Blu-ray player to play them on for $148 at Big W. It's a catalogue special that doesn't appear to be being offered online, but at least it's Jar-Jar free. The only downside is that the split packs of the Star Wars movies don't come with all the nifty extra features. [Big W via OzBargain]
Lunchtime Deal: Sony Blu-ray Player & Star Wars IV-VI $148
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