When Transformers: Age of Extinction was released in North America on June 27th, pre-orders were officially launched to buy the movie on DVD, Blu-Ray and in box sets. As is sual for Hollywood tent-pole releases, there are many exclusive pre-order bonuses exclusive to some retailers.

Amazon.com was the first to offer pre-orders for their exclusive  Transformers: Age of Extinction Limited Edition Gift Set that features a Grimlock and Optimus collectible statue. The set includes a Blu-Ray combo pack (which means it comes with a DVD version and a digital HD version). Amazon claims the regular price for the set is $119.99 but is making it available for 33% off at $79.99.

Amazon also has the Blu-ray regular release (includes DVD and digital versions) for $19.99 instead of $39.99 or the plain DVD version for $16.99 instead of $19.99.

Best Buy is offering an exclusive limited edition Steelbook edition of the Transformers: Age of Extinction Blu-Ray release for $24.99 but claims it has a regular price of $29.99. This pre-order is otherwise the same as the regular Blu-Ray edition, which Best Buy is also offering for pre-order for $19.99 (regular price: $29.99). The DVD version also comes in at $19.99.

Target has an exclusive limited edition transforming Optimus Prime packaging for its Transformers: Age of Extinction Blu-ray pre-order retailing for $22.99. The case holds the movie discs as it should but can also be transformed into an Optimus Prime figure that an carry the discs on his back. The DVD is also available for pre-order at $17.99 but has no transforming case.

Walmart is offering a limited edition Transformers: Age of Extinction transforming Bumblebee case with a $15 discount on a Transformers Generations figure for $44.92. Walmart doesn’t have the regular editions available for preorder as of publishing.