Get 'Planet Earth' documentary series for $19.99

Or the Blu-ray version for $24.99. Shipping will run you another $4, but this is still an unbeatable deal on one of the most awe-inspiring documentaries ever.

The eye-popping series can be yours for $19.99 on DVD or $24.99 on Blu-ray. Discovery Channel

If you've never seen the BBC series "Planet Earth," do your eyes, brain, and sense of wonder a huge favor: watch it.

Better yet, own it. Today only, the Discovery Channel Store has "Planet Earth" on DVD for just $19.99.

Got a Blu-ray player? Get "Planet Earth" on Blu-ray for just $24.99--by far the lowest price I've seen.

Shipping will run you another $4 (choose "7-14 days" at checkout), but here's an added bonus: if you sign up to be on the store's mailing list (enter your e-mail address in the upper-right corner of the page and click Sign Up), you'll immediately get a code for $5 off your next order.

However, you do need to have at least $25 worth of stuff in your cart to use the code (the "Planet Earth" Blu-ray leaves you a penny shy--grr). Shop around and you'll find some other DVDs and stuff priced as low as $5.99--pick one, use the code, and it'll be like getting that item free.

Me, I added Shark Week 20th Anniversary, applied the coupon, and got out the door for $29.98. Killer.

One other bonus: these editions of "Planet Earth" are narrated by Sigourney Weaver, not David Attenborough like the original BBC versions.

Folks, this is too good to pass up. Planet Earth is a must-have addition to any Blu-ray library and a must-watch series for any resident of, well, Earth.


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