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Apple offers Lost, Desperate Housewives Season Passes

Apple has added Season Pass options for both of ABC’s top shows — “Lost” and “Desperate Housewives.” iTunes Music Store customers now have the option of buying a $34.99 Season Pass for either of the shows, which includes all past episodes from the current season as well as future episodes that will download automatically. The Season Pass price will provide a discount of around $15 compared to buying the episodes individually for $1.99. Apple has previously sold older seasons of shows for a discount if purchased all at once. For example, the entire first season of “Lost” consists of 25 episodes and can be purchased for $34.99. The Season Pass feature debuted with the addition of NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament games to the iTunes store.

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They’re selling videos on iTunes to make people want to buy iPods.  That’s why they’re optimized at low-res.  Get it?

If you want something better, get a DVR that lets you save files to DVD or iPod.

Or wait about a year for the DVD box set.

Nobody is making you buy right after it airs.  You are paying a time premium.

Posted by wco81 in West Coast on March 29, 2006 at 2:30 AM (CST)


the videos are a waste.
waste of cash
waste of battery on the ipod
you think when i bought the photo ipod, i put pictures on it? hell no. even when i get the video ipod, the chances of me seeing the videos is like me actually listening to podcasts. slim to none.

Posted by navas on March 29, 2006 at 7:02 AM (CST)


Funny… they just added it :)

Posted by LilAlienD in Maryland on March 29, 2006 at 10:56 AM (CST)


Wow.  Think if I suggest they release the video/next gen iPod, they might do it tomorrow? :D

Posted by Lee on March 29, 2006 at 6:47 PM (CST)

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