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Trying to find company that did the packaging for the "Star Wars: The Last Jedi; Target Special Edition" as the (2) plastic two disc holders were crushed in shipping.
I know that this form of packaging has been used on a number of disc releases lately.
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Trying to find company that did the packaging for the "Star Wars: The Last Jedi; Target Special Edition" as the (2) plastic two disc holders were crushed in shipping.
I know that this form of packaging has been used on a number of disc releases lately.


It's this edition correct?



Those will probably be tough to find and glue down again. It might just be easier to request a replacement from Target.
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Those will probably be tough to find and glue down again.

Which is why digipaks are evil.

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Trying to find company that did the packaging for the "Star Wars: The Last Jedi; Target Special Edition" as the (2) plastic two disc holders were crushed in shipping.
I know that this form of packaging has been used on a number of disc releases lately.


It's this edition correct?



Those will probably be tough to find and glue down again. It might just be easier to request a replacement from Target.


Yes! that is the correct edition! 
I noticed on your image you could almost read the manufacturer's name..mine is blurred/miss stamped!  They are only held in place by 'Rubber Cement' so I can slide a knife in a slice them loose from the printed paper/cardboard.
If it was not that one disc slides under the hub of the top disc I could just replace with replacement case hubs!

>> The ''TARGET'' Blu-Ray release of Thor: Ragnarok also used the same packaging style. <<
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Those will probably be tough to find and glue down again.

Which is why digipaks are evil.

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I would return/exchange in store.. but they are sold out at all 5 local Target stores!
And online they tell me they would refund and may not have the special edition left in stock to replace it with.

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Yes! that is the correct edition! 
I noticed on your image you could almost read the manufacturer's name..mine is blurred/miss stamped!  They are only held in place by 'Rubber Cement' so I can slide a knife in a slice them loose from the printed paper/cardboard.
If it was not that one disc slides under the hub of the top disc I could just replace with replacement case hubs!

>> The ''TARGET'' Blu-Ray release of Thor: Ragnarok also used the same packaging style. <<


I zoomed it in a graphics program, and it just says "Licensed under US Patent Nos. #########"

The closest I could find any sold online is at Alibaba, but they only sell them in bulk lots it looks like:

https://www.alibaba.com/showroom/digipak-plastic-tray.html
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Yes! that is the correct edition! 
I noticed on your image you could almost read the manufacturer's name..mine is blurred/miss stamped!  They are only held in place by 'Rubber Cement' so I can slide a knife in a slice them loose from the printed paper/cardboard.
If it was not that one disc slides under the hub of the top disc I could just replace with replacement case hubs!

>> The ''TARGET'' Blu-Ray release of Thor: Ragnarok also used the same packaging style. <<


Thanks.. now I just need to find a supplier of less than a pallet load!

I zoomed it in a graphics program, and it just says "Licensed under US Patent Nos. #########"

The closest I could find any sold online is at Alibaba, but they only sell them in bulk lots it looks like:

https://www.alibaba.com/showroom/digipak-plastic-tray.html
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worst case ever I found in the past ( which I have never seen again) was the " Drawer"  case..  It was designed to open on a 45 degree angle and then you had to slide the disc out against the edge of the case as the disc.,
In this case was the dual sided Night of the Living Dead ( upc #790594-111625) .. absolutely terrible invention ..
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.. absolutely terrible invention ..

Unfortunately, bad disc case designs far outnumber the good ones.

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Was there any good case design past the Jewel Case? 
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The case I really need replacements on are the ones Paramount uses for their Complete Series sets.
What I really need is one 'page' of the interior part where the discs are held on to.

Many times the hubs are broken, sometimes the discs are loose. Good thing that none of the discs were scratched.

Here is a link to what it looks like inside on of these cases. <Here>

Anyone know where I can buy individual pages of the inside case hub?
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The case I really need replacements on are the ones Paramount uses for their Complete Series sets.
What I really need is one 'page' of the interior part where the discs are held on to.

Many times the hubs are broken, sometimes the discs are loose. Good thing that none of the discs were scratched.

Here is a link to what it looks like inside on of these cases. <Here>

Anyone know where I can buy individual pages of the inside case hub?


I found the disc case you are looking for sold through a number of sources in Great Britain.
The disc packaging is called "Amaray DVD Megapack" and I could not find a USA reseller.

David
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Note: The new ''Outlander: Season Three 'Collectors Edition''' uses the same disc trays as "The Last Jedi"!

But since I can not find these trays for order in less than a pallet load.. shipped from China.

Can anybody point to where I might be able to purchase "Thin/Slim" Clear Two Disk BluRay cases?

It seems that currently I can not find "Thin/Slim" cases, found many suppliers of a standard 12.5mm thick cases, but really need something in the size of 10mm or less in thickness or a four disc case less than 20mm!
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