Age of Extinction Pre-Orders are Live on Amazon

Still going strong in theaters, it may seem early to be thinking about picking up Transformers: Age of Extinction for home viewing, but Amazon has posted their pre-orders and are offering some pretty solid discounts. Oh yeah, they also have their own exclusive BluRay gift set.

Amazon has plenty of options for every level of fan. At the top of the list is their Limited Edition Collector’s Gift Set, which includes a statue featuring Optimus riding Grimlock. Listed at $119.99 US, the set is currently available for just $79.99 with Amazon’s pre-order price guarantee. Click HERE to check that one out.

Transformers: Age of Extinction Blu-Ray Combo Pack gift set includes a highly detailed collectible figure of Optimus Prime riding Grimlock. The Optimus and Grimlock figures have been crafted utilizing the very same digital models that brought the characters to life in the film. Every sculptural detail of Optimus and Grimlock has been perfectly captured and enhanced with hand-painting, from Optimus’ flame-detailed chest and forearms to Grimlock’s fiery, glowing eyes. Together, Optimus and Grimlock stand over 7.25 inches tall (display base height included), and Grimlock stretches approx. 9 inches from his toothy maw to tail tip. The Transfomers: Age of Extinction Optimus and Grimlock figure is a must-have for any Transformers fan, and is available only at Amazon.

Don’t need to own the biggest, baddest version available? Maybe you’re just short on shelf space… I know I am. Click HERE to preorder the movie on BluRay, HERE for the DVD, or HERE for HD or SD Digital.

No shipping/release date has been confirmed yet, though dvdsreleasedates.com estimates the movie will be available in September. Either way, you should have plenty of time to get your copies in whatever format you choose in time for the holidays season! Once you’ve secured your copy, join the discussion HERE in the Allspark Forums!

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Chris Patrick (Random Items) is a fan of all things vintage and retro, with a particular fondness for 1980s robots, classic video games, and anything that blends those two things.

Chris joined the Allspark community in 2002 and has been a member of the News and Content team since 2014.
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