Mine is linked, and shows in my Nook library, but is flagged as unsupported. You will have to view it via either the Flixster app or the VUDU app.
Is your ultraviolet account linked to your Nook? Have you downloaded either Flixster or VUDU and linked them to yur UV account?
I visited thehungergamesmovie.com/redeem amd entered my redeem code. It took me to Vudu. I created a Vudu account and linked it to my UltraViolet account.
I also linked my UltraViolet account to my NOOK in settings. However, The Hunger Games does not even show in my NOOK library.
I did download the Vudu app from the NOOK App store and entered my Vudu account info (which is linked to my UV account). From there, it shows that I have The Hunger Games movie, and I can watch it. The only thing bugging me is: why is the movie not showing in my NOOK Library?
I'm not sure what I did wrong here!
Also, for future purchases, how do I know if a Blu-Ray disk or DVD with the UltraViolet logo on it is supported on NOOK HD?
How did you get the VUDU app? Its listed as incompatible with my HD+ in the play store?
Nook app store.
I can't find it there, can you remember which category it is under?
I don't know why you can't find it. On this webpage it says that you can enjoy this Vudu app on NOOK HD and NOOK HD+. http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/vudu-movies-and-tv-vudu-movies-and-tv/1114765390?ean=2940147113288
I've contacted B&N and the issue is that they are discriminating against everyone who does not live in the USA (95% of the Worlds population). The app is only available in one country!
B&N if you read the small print most likely has addressed the incumbent issues and restrictions that the studios place in the peer to peer system from location to location, i.e. the US, Canada & England.
I suspect that their attorney's (barristers) are most likely very savvy in these issues.
UV is in it's early start up stages, currently Europe does not have access to it, I suspect that England has restrictions, just like the States do. To reference issues this inconsequential as criminal is a little over the top, IMHO.
Any way, it is what it is, and that often is not what we want.