Although the film won't be leaving theaters anytime soon (and is still yet to be released in some foreign markets), retailers have begun advertising pre-orders as well as their exclusive add-on items when purchasing the 4K Ultra-HD and Blu-ray editions.
Target's exclusive features a limited edition 4" metallic Jack-Jack toy (additionally exclusive to their REDcard credit card holders) along with a filmmaker gallery + storybook (basically a book of concept and story artwork). The Target bundle with Jack-Jack will include the 4K disc, Blu-ray disc and Digital code.
Best Buy will release a SteelBook (metal case) edition (shown below alongside the standard 4K packaging).
|Incredibles 2 4K packaging (left) and SteelBook Best Buy edition (right)|
Additionally, Disney Movie Club is set to offer (via HelloSubscription) a limited edition Blu-ray and DVD which will feature exclusive artwork, specially curated merchandise (unannounced as of now), and a free lithograph. We assume the Disney Store will also include a version with a lithograph set, but that has yet to be revealed.
While we wait for an official release date and special features to be announced, be sure to check out your favorite retailer (listings below) and pre-order your copy now — especially if you want the metallic Jack-Jack! The Jack-Jack toy being exclusive to not only the store itself, but also to credit card holders will certainly make this more uncommon than other Pixar exclusives we've seen in the past.
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