This 'Back To The Future' Box Set Is Available For A Ridiculously Low Price

What a (Mc)Fly deal.

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Back to the Future has remained a steadfast part of pop culture thanks to nods from modern science fiction media such as Stranger Things and Ready Player One. Now you can relive the trilogy and the follow-up animated series for a low price. Back to the Future: The Complete Adventures on Blu-Ray is available on Amazon right now for $22. It's normally $80, so this is a really stellar deal.

If you're interested in picking up the collection, you should know that the shipping window is October 29 to November 10. The delay isn't a huge deal if you're buying The Complete Adventures as a gift, though. And to be honest, scoring the trilogy and animated series at this price is probably worth the wait regardless.

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The Complete Adventures includes all three live-action films: Back to the Future, Back to the Future Part II, and Back to the Future Part III. While Marty McFly's second and third adventures weren't nearly as compelling as the excellent first movie, they are still worth revisiting.

In addition to the films, the collection includes Back to the Future: The Animated Series, which ran for 26 episodes from 1991 to 1992. Fun fact about the animated series: Bill Nye appeared at the end of each episode to tackle experiments as Doc Brown's assistant. Call it a precursor of things to come for the Science Guy.

For Back to the Future enthusiasts, The Complete Adventures also includes a 64-page book chronicling the history of the franchise and a bonus disc featuring two hours of interesting behind the scenes content.

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