+ Sunday September 22nd, 2019

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With X-Men: Apocalypse now showing in cinemas across Australia, Google has launched a movie focus on X-Men movies both new and old offering both deals on the individual X-Men movies and new bundles.

The original X-Men trilogy and the newer two movies, as well as both the good and bad Wolverine standalone movie are now available to buy for under $10 each. Google has also bundled up the Wolverine movies, as well as the original trilogy.

You may need to be careful though, because the Wolverine bundle is priced at $17.99/$19.99 for SD/HD while individually you’ll only pay $5.99/$7.99 each in SD/HD meaning you’ll save by buying them individually. The original X-Men trilogy is a better deal being purchased in the bundle though, at least in HD with the movies bundled for just $22.99, but you’re better off buying them individually if you’re a monster and want them in SD.

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The big ones of course are the two latest X-Men movies: First Class and Days of Future Past which are relatively well priced. There’s no bundle for these two, but once X-Men Apocalypse comes to digital release, you can bet they’ll bundle it up with these two movies.

If you’re heading to a cinema this weekend to check out the latest X-Men movie, then you may want to hit up Google Play to get the original movies before hand.

Source: X-Men Movies, Wolverine Bundle, and X-Men Bundle.

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