Amazon Prime Day 2018 Deals: Best 4K UHD Movie Sales (US Only)

There are some terrific movies on sale for no more than $15.

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Amazon Prime Day is ongoing, and there is a staggering number of deals available. Not all of them are necessarily good deals, of course, but those in the market for movies do have some solid options. Specifically, those hunting for 4K UHD deals are in luck, as a nice selection of films can be had for $15 or less in the US.

Before diving into the specifics, remember that you'll need a Prime membership to take advantage of Prime Day deals. If you aren't currently a member and haven't been one in the recent past, you can likely sign up for a free trial, getting you access to Prime perks for the next 30 days. You can cancel before it auto-renews and still get to take home some cheap TVs, cooking equipment, games, or whatever else you want.

We've already rounded up a selection of some of the best movies and TV shows, as well as anime, but 4K deals in particular are desirable for those with the required hardware. If you're anything like me, you want to re-buy movies, but doing so at the crazy MSRPs of 4Ks is off-putting. Amazon Prime Day should make doing that (or picking up something new you want to get your hands on) much easier.

Amazon has an array of 4K movies for $15, with some going for even less. The selection involves a fair number of duds, but there are some great movies in there, including The Fifth Element, Blade Runner, Dunkirk, John Wick, The Matrix, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and many others. Terminator 2, while there have been some complaints about the 4K release, can be had for only $13. You can see the full list on Amazon or check out some of our highlights below. You'll find a variety of Harry Potter movies in there, but if you want all eight, you can actually get a 4K collection for just $80, which works out to $10 per movie.

For more coverage of Prime Day, which wraps up at 11:59 PM PT on Tuesday, July 17 (2:59 AM ET), check out the links below.

Amazon Prime Day 2018 Coverage

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