Anyone familiar with my Marvel digital codes thread should know how this works. I buy movies and TV show box sets a lot. I buy them on a weekly basis. I have lots of unused codes for Ultraviolet and digital copies of these movies. I want to give them to you guys for free. That's right, for free! Every time I buy a new movie or box set I will post the codes in this thread. First come first served. Simply quote my post and tell me which code you want. I will PM you the code and the download url as soon as possible. I will only give out one code per person each time I post. This is strictly for people that have posted on this board more than a handful of times.
In the meantime I have lots of codes to start handing out in the next few days. I will be starting off today with four codes for four different TV shows. I will post these sometime between 5 and 6PM eastern time today. If this goes over well I may even put some codes for movies up today.
Just beware my movie tastes might seem shitty to you. It's a good thing I don't care what you think or embarrass easily.
What the hell is Ultraviolet?
Content consumers create a free-of-charge UltraViolet account, either through a participating UltraViolet service provider, or through the UltraViolet website, with six accounts allowed per household. An UltraViolet account provides access to a Digital Rights Locker where licenses for purchased content are stored and managed irrespective of the point of sale. The account holder may register up to 12 devices for streaming and/or downloading for transfer onto physical media (e.g. DVDs, SD cards, flash memory). Once downloaded, an UltraViolet file can be played on any UltraViolet player registered to the household account, but it will not play on devices which are not compatible with UltraViolet. Files can also be streamed over the Internet. Up to three streams can be simultaneously transmitted. Compatible devices include set-top boxes as well as Internet-enabled devices such as computers, game consoles, Blu-ray players, Internet TVs, smartphones, and tablets.