Currently Being ModeratedNov 11, 2011 7:54 AM (in response to dmule)
I don't believe there's the 'Price'-option when browsing movies (or anything else). Only 'Date' and 'Bestseller'.
However, except from the items on sale, most movies or songs are pretty much the same price.
So I don't think you'r missing any big offers if they aren't in the "Sale"-section.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 28, 2012 6:03 PM (in response to MortenEJ)
The "big offer" IS what you are missing. The movies that are normally 9.99 being reduced to 4.99 for a limited time but unable to find them is counter productive on Apple's part. If you are going to put movies on sale, you need to have a way for people to find out what those movies are!
It's like a store having a Black Friday Sale flyer with random products that are not on sale, but the store would like you to buy them. You can go to the store to find the Black Friday deals but you have to look at every product on every self in every isle to see if they have a sale sticker on them.
That's how hard it is to find movies that are $4.99 on the iTunes Store now. I used to purchase 5-10 movies a month when the Limited Time $4.99 Movies was something you could just click and see. Now I buy maybe 2-3 movies because I hate clicking on every genre and then every movie in the genre to check the SD price because it only shows the HD and Rental prices in the genre lists.