I have this problem too, what is actually happening is the Warner Bros "download on itunes" link actually takes you to the US iTunes site. Presumably you have the UK client installed like me, and so it demands you download the US client (which it shouldn't, this is definitely an error)
Heard back from Warner Bros, they recommend the same and this has worked for me. Straight from the email:
1 - Open iTunes 2 - Navigate to the iTunes Store 3 - Locate the "Redeem" link in the right side of the Storefront in the Quick Links panel 4 - Enter your Authorization Code 5 - If the files do not show up in your Download queue, click "Store" > "Check for Available Downloads"
no one wants a digital copy. I for one think it just takes up valuable space on the DVD disc. It's so easy to rip the DVD with a ripper and use Handbrake to make your own, DRM-free, higher quality than the digital copy from the DVD.
I want digital copies for my mobile devices and I like to acquire them legally. These packs that contain a digital copy undoubtedly have the cost of providing the digital copy factored into the pricing. If you make your own copies in order to avoid paying for them then this is illegal and even more so if you give these or sell them to someone else. If you're intent on copyright violation then probably better not to talk about it in a public forum.
Why shoud it be different to rip a movie onto your hard drive/mobile device for your own personal use? It's deemed perfectly acceptable to do this with CDs. I feel as long as you own the original DVD and are not ripping it to distribute copies, making your own back-up should be no crime!
or you buy a movie (with digital copy) in the UK and get to hear that your dutch iTunes account isn't allowed to register... Hey, what happened to the EU (free transfer of money, people and _goods_)? imo that's stealing ( and as the commercial says, it's against the law). I for one think that stealing from a thief however is justice.