After offering six different 10-movie bundles for a special one-day price of $9.99 on Monday, Apple’s iTunes is keeping them around for a while longer — but has raised the prices for each of the packs to between $35 and $50.

The promo, celebrating the 10th anniversary of Apple selling digital movies, drew participation from Warner Bros., Universal Studios, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Paramount Pictures and Lionsgate. Disney and 20th Century Fox were the major studios that sat out the “10 Years of iTunes Movies” deal.

Still, while they’re not the one-dollar-per-movie bargain iTunes users in the U.S. were able to score Monday, the six bundles are still cheaper than if you were to buy the ten movies separately from Apple. For example, Warner’s $49.99 ten-pack would cost $152.90 for the HD titles if purchased individually.

For now, the 10-movie bundles look to be a limited-time promotion by Apple. That said, iTunes Movies routinely offers other specially priced bundles and collections, like the first six “Star Wars” movies ($99.99), the four-movie “Bourne Collection” ($44.99 in HD) and the first ten “Star Trek” movies ($59.99).

The six different studio bundles, which include each of the movies in HD, and their current prices are:

  • Warner Bros. ($49.99): “The Judge,” “Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow,” “Pacific Rim,” “Magic Mike,” “Contagion,” “The Town,” “The Hangover,” “Sex and the City: The Movie,” “300,” “Superman Returns”
  • Universal Studios ($49.99): “Ride Along,” “Identity Thief,” “Rush,” “Snow White & the Huntsman,” “The Adjustment Bureau,” “Little Fockers,” “It’s Complicated,” “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” “Knocked Up,” “Inside Man”
  • Sony Pictures Entertainment ($49.99): “The Monuments Men,” “Captain Phillips,” “To Rome With Love,” “Moneyball,” “The Social Network,” “Easy A,” “Julie & Julia,” “Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist,” “The Pursuit of Happyness,” “The Da Vinci Code”
  • Paramount Pictures ($39.99): “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot,” “Selma,” “The Wolf of Wall Street,” “Flight,” “No Strings Attached,” “The Fighter” (2010), “Up In the Air,” “Tropic Thunder,” “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” “Zodiac”
  • Lionsgate bundle 1 ($34.99): “Divergent,” “Now You See Me,” “Warm Bodies,” “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” “Margin Call,” “Warrior,” “The Switch,” “Kick-Ass,” “Twilight,” “No Country for Old Men”
  • Lionsgate bundle 2 ($34.99): “Ender’s Game,” “Mud,” “The Impossible,” “Arbitrage,” “The Cabin In the Woods,” “The Hunger Games,” “The Expendables,” “The Cove,” “Gone Baby Gone,” “The Queen”