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Frozen 3D
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I have a dilemma. I bought this disc from Amazon which came from 3rd party WolfcreekTek which is region free from the UK. You can see the cover, in the database, for these discs under UPC8717418418526. The ones I received are the same disc IDs for the 3D disc and the 2D disc. My slip cover is a different UPC than the HD Keep Case inside. My slip cover is this and the HD Keep Case is this. This shows the HD Keep Case opened up.

What's the best way to handle contribution of these? For whatever reason I just can't make this jell in my own head.
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Does it look like they belong together or did this Wolfcreek Tek do it themselves?
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It absolutely looks like they belong together. Unlike most slip covers from Region 1, the UK doesn't have a hole in it to read what's on the HD slim or HD Keep cases. This one is 2 separate UPCs.
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Hmm. That is interesting. Maybe someone else will chime in but I would submit the UPC on the slip cover.
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That was my thoughts too.
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I would use the UPC on the slip as well. That's what you see on the shelf
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This is precisely why I hate to include slip covers ..
You know you submit a cober and it gets rejected because the slip cover wasbn't used . .Who cares!

The slip covers in my opinion as an after thought and sales promotion to not only protect the jacket underneath  and with the cut out for the UPC is why they can slip any jacket they want -on almost any same title edition  ...

Its all about sales , and the marketing dept. have no thought,,  &  no consideration for Invelos ... ..
( who? ) ......
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I'm a big fan of seeing the cover that will show when I pull it from the shelf.
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I was in my local Tesco today and saw that they had a large number of DVD/Blu-Ray releases in LE slip covers. I did a quick check and all the ones I looked at the EAN/UPC on the slip matched the EAN/UPC on the sleeve insert. Whist the EAN/UPC's may have matched the pictures on the front did not, which is to be expected for the special slip covers. The titles I looked at covered Disney MCU, Pixar and ordinary Disney releases although they didn't have any version of Frozen available.
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