Skip to main content

Get a 4-movie Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary Blu-Ray collection for $30 and save 51%

Get a 4-movie Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary Blu-Ray collection for $30 and save 51%
©Universal
(Image credit: Universal)

Because it’s summer and time for the holidays, who fancies revisiting the most glaring tourist health and safety violation of them all? A Jurassic Park Collection 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-Ray (including Jurassic Parks 1, 2, 3, and Jurassic World) is currently on sale for just $21.99 via Amazon. That’s 51% off and a categorical steal. Well, it’s better value than Richard Hammond’s death-resort anyway due to the fact your face isn’t going to be eaten by a velociraptor. Or a t-rex. Or whatever other monstrosity they’ve gene-spliced this time, because what could possibly go wrong? Expect plenty more bargains like this over the next few weeks; Amazon Prime Day game deals are coming, and we’re sure to be getting Blu-Ray offers along with them. We doubt many will have the ‘Limited Edition theme music packaging’, though.

Jurassic Park Collection 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-Ray | $21.99 on Amazon (save 51%)
Get a snazzy $23 off this Blu-Ray collection that brings together the first four movies in the series.View Deal

This is the latest in a line of cool Blu-Ray offers on Amazon. For example, last week we got a price-cut on a collection featuring amnesic super-spy Jason Bourne. As well as the dinosaurs mentioned above, it’s also been joined by a 7-movie Chucky bundle offer for just $19.99 (which is 46% less, by the way). We suspect more savings will pop up soon as we march toward Amazon Prime Day 2019 on July 15-16, so keep an eye out for some killer reductions.

Some online stores give us a small cut if you buy something through one of our links. Read our affiliate policy for more info.

As part of our Central Hardware Team, Benjamin looks after many of the buying guides, tech reviews, and deals you’ll see on GamesRadar+. He’s also a board game geek with credits that include PC Gamer and Metro.co.uk, so follow him on Twitter @TheWordyBen for more nerdy shenanigans.