Episode 12: Where We Buy Our Anime
In this episode, we discuss the different retail outlets where we purchase anime series and films, and just chat a little bit about the reasons why we shop at these places, whether it’s due to pricing, selection, or convenience.
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[1:35] We talk about our love for Amazon.com!
[8:40] Shawn asks us why we choose online outlets over retail stores.
[16:55] We bring up Best Buy–the good and bad.
[23:15] Douglas brings up Borders Books, it’s high prices and eventual closure.
[29:10] Rightstuf.com is brought into the discussion and our love of the company as well.
[37:05] Half-Price Books is mentioned, and its insanely good prices on used items.
[44:20] Douglas mentions Yesasia.com, a site where he has shopped in the past.
[46:30] Ebay.com is discussed–with varied results.
[47:49] We talk a little bit about anime fans who don’t buy the anime they like and anime conventions.
[59:40] Shawn discusses Deepdiscount.com, an online site that he’s starting to use more.
[1:01:10] Closing remarks and our top three places to purchase anime.
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