No one NEEDS DVDs anymore, but let’s be honest…

Having a shelf full of DVDs is satisfying and convenient. As long as you have electricity, a working DVD player and a display, you can watch your favorite movies any time.

However, building up your DVD collection can get expensive.

The cumulative sales of the top ten DVDs in 2016 was $272,290,244.

That’s only 3.08 percent of Netflix’s 2016 revenue, but it’s still a lot of cash.

To help you compare the top ten DVD sales websites, we’ve calculated the cost to buy all ten of 2016’s top DVDs on each.

Use this list as an index or guide to choosing the right shop to build up your budding DVD collection and ultimately save money.

But first, here’s the list of movies we’re shopping for:

Top Ten DVDs 2016 by Units Sold

#1. Zootopia – 2,365,371 units = $46,018,499

#2. Deadpool – 2,190,542 units = $30,247,944

#3. Star Wars Ep. VII: The Force Awakens – 1,868,786 units = $32,463,610

#4. The Good Dinosaur – 1,721,634 units = $28,420,543

#5. Finding Dory – 1,619,185 units = $29,209,028

#6. The Secret Life of Pets – 1,578,627 units = $27,762,183

#7. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 – 1,374,439 units = $20,315,785

#8. Hotel Transylvania 2 – 1,351,985 units = $19,764,138

#9. The Martian – 1,266,547 units = $17,874,547

#10. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – 1,224,636 units = $20,213,967

Top 5 Cheapest Places to Order DVDs Online

Now that we’ve established which DVDs we’re shopping for, we can get on to our evaluation of the online shops that offer the best prices on DVDs.

And the winner is…

#1. half.com – $78.11, including shipping

The runners up are:

#2. amazon.com – $114.55, free shipping

#3. deepdiscount.com – $162.12, free shipping

#4. overstock.com – $164.34, free shipping

#5. moviesunlimited.com – $177.75, free shipping

Now all you have to do is come up with your own list and compare these shops for yourself.

Let us know which one comes out cheaper for you!