Well, you may not have heard, but iTunes just hit 10 billion songs downloaded. Actually, you probably did hear, because I mentioned it last week. You also know then that Apple is giving away a $10,000 iTunes gift card to anyone who’s bought a song from the service in the past few days. Of course I did, so I automatically assume that I’m going to win. That’s how I work, really. So I spent some time working out a list, but I didn’t get very far.
After 30 minutes of hunting, I came up with the list of movies and TV shows shown after the break. I really felt like I was splurging there for a bit, and I was sure that I was in the big money zone. Total? A little under $1500.
Then I figured that I would throw in iTunes Plus, since I never redeemed that back when it was first released. Throw another $110.10 to the mix.
Seriously? Holy crap would it take me a long time to reach $10gs.
- The Hurt Locker HD $19.99
- Iron Man HD $19.99
- Zoolander HD $19.99
- Terminator 1-Salvation $52.96
- Gone in 60 Seconds HD $19.99 (Classic movie. Seriously)
- Ratatouille HD $19.99
- Pirates of the Caribbean collection in HD $59.97
- Invincible HD $19.99
- National Treasure 1&2 HD $39.98
- Bolt HD $19.99
- Ferris Bueller’s Day Off HD $19.99
- Wall-E HD $19.99
- Cars $14.99
- Star Trek I then III-X $89.91
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 1 $34.99
- Every Kevin Smith Movie $82.94 (Yes, even Jersey Girl. Never seen it, but with $10gs to blow, I can buy Glitter if I want and not feel guilty)
- Firefly Season 1 & Serenity $31.98
- The Office, all seasons $225.77
- Family Guy, all seasons & extras $242.86
- American Dad, all seasons $124.96
- Dexter, all seasons HD $107.64
- Battlestar Galactica, all seasons $228.55