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Xfinity’s Digital Sale of a Lifetime

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Comcast has announced the biggest sale in Xfinity history on nearly 100 movie titles all under $10. The sale is to hit Xfinity digital stores the week of May 20-26 and will give customers access to endless family friendly movies, perfect for the start of the summer season.

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Some of the family friendly titles include Ice Age, The Croods, Wizard of Oz, E.T., and Harry Potter. The selection will also include the #1 ranked film of 2014 by Rotten Tomatoes, The Lego Movie, which earned over $250 million at the box office during its release.

Xfinity will also begin “unlocking” a feature film each day, which will be available for purchase for only 99 cents. This deal will begin May 21, and will be featured on www.xfinity.com/moviesale as well as Xfinity’s Facebook page.

Xfinity’s Digital Store includes hundreds of movie titles and TV shows from Lionsgate, MGM, Twentieth Century Fox, NBC Universal, Sony Pictures, and Warner Bros. Customers have the convenience of purchasing movies and being able to view them anywhere and at anytime, even places with no Internet connection, which makes it the perfect option for summertime movie viewing while traveling or on vacation. To sign up for Xfinity On Demand today simply visit Xfinity.com/Store.

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