That’s that then.

Kmart have quietly begun discounting DVDs, CDs and Blu-Ray (LOL) as they start phasing the products out completely from both their physical and online stores. Now is the time to buy that copy of Happy Gilmore you need in your home for $4. Unless, of course, you’re too good for your home.

A Kmart spokesperson told Kidspot: “As part of Kmart’s expanding range of in-house designed products we have made the decision to exit DVDs, CDs and Blu-ray products so as to allow space within the store for our new creative and activity based kids products.

“At present, DVDs, CDs and Blu-ray products are currently on clearance as part of the transition, and we thank our customers and suppliers for their support. We won’t be stocking these items online as our decision to exit is across both in-store and online.”

Target and Big W will continue to stock these items, but it is still a huge blow to Australian record labels, who are fast running out of huge department stores in which to stock their Ed Sheeran and Foo Fighters CDs.

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