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For The Hunger Games 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway, HungerGamesTrilogy.net was assigned to District 3! And now, it’s time to announce the winners. Each winner will be receiving a copy of Catching Fire, the second book in The Hunger Games series, and also a Hunger Games DVD from Lionsgate.
Congratulations to the following winners:
- Candi Michelle Moser
- Poojajeet Kaur Khaira
- Naomi Yin
- Jason David Williams
- Erin McRoy
We’ve sent the winners an email from email@example.com.
You must have a U.S. mailing address to receive your prize.
On Amazon’s Black Friday Deals Week, they are selling The Hunger Games DVD for only $9.96, and the Blu-Ray format for only $17.49!
- The Hunger Games [2-Disc DVD + Ultra-Violet Digital Copy]
- The Hunger Games [2-Disc Blu-ray + Ultra-Violet Digital Copy]
Grab them now while they are offered at a lower price!
Just a little over a month since its release date, The Hunger Games has reached no. 1 in the list of the Top-selling DVD’s of 2012. According to Numbers.com and Comicbook.com, The Hunger Games, which sold 5,377,765 DVD units, passed by The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1, which sits in the #2 spot with 5,223,078 DVD units sold.
Thanks to DWTC for the tip!
In celebration of the upcoming release of The Hunger Games DVD and Blu-Ray in the UK, fans had a chance to participate in the reaping and tribute parade held in London. Here are some photos from the event:
3.8 million copies of The Hunger Games DVD and Blu-ray were sold in the first two days of its release in the U.S. and Canada! It had surpassed the record of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1, which sold 3.2 million on its first weekend, and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, which debuted to 2.7 million copies.
Lionsgate did not release digital sales or rental figures. The company said only that “The Hunger Games” set a record for the most ever sales through Zune, Microsoft’s digital media store on its Xbox 360 video games console, the most total sales and rental transactions from Comcast, and the highest ever single day revenue for a Lionsgate title on Apple’s iTunes Store.
source: LA Times