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What case type do we use for a set of 3 keep cases with a J-Card wrapped around it?
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I recently bought this set.



That is the front of the paper J-Card that wraps around the three keep cases holding each of the seasons.
I mean it's essentially just a wrap around previously released seasons.

So what would be the correct Case Type in this situation?

Leave the Case Type blank?
Check only the Slip Cover box?
or Keep Case with Slip Cover box checked?

Or would this more be like a Slip Case since it's holding three keep cases?
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Interesting one. I would probably lean towards Slip Case, and then use Keepcase for each child (season).

The bigger question is, why do studios release things like this when there are 4 seasons of the show? (that's a rhetorical question)
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Interesting one. I would probably lean towards Slip Case, and then use Keepcase for each child (season).

The bigger question is, why do studios release things like this when there are 4 seasons of the show? (that's a rhetorical question)


You're right, there is 4 seasons.
And here I thought I bought the complete series.

Oh well, still a good bargain at $10 per season.
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Why would this not be Custom?
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Perhaps a new case type should be added to the program.

What about "Wrapped". As in Shrink Wrapped?
Or perhaps "Bundled" would be better?

I don't know, perhaps for now I'll just leave it blank.
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I bought the Once Upon a Time: Seasons 1 & 2 bundle from Best Buy, was going to keep it all together with the shrinkwrap intact and just cut a hole at the bottom to slide the individual seasons out as I needed them, but they wouldn't slide out.  Turns out the individual seasons had a piece of adhesive over the UPC cutouts.  Ended up having to tear the whole thing apart, and just entered the 2 seasons into DVD Profiler individually.  Kept the "J-card", trimmed it down and put it with one of the seasons just because I'm anal.

The whole "J-card" concept is flawed because there's nothing to hold the seasons together unless you can cut a hole in the bottom of the shrinkwrap and slide the seasons out, but then some dumbass decides to tape over the UPC cutout so they won't slide out...
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