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DS Forum Support 10-02-2012 13:41

Bargain Blu-Rays thread (Part 2)
 
This thread is a continuation of: Bargain Blu-Rays thread

Quote:

Originally Posted by revans9 (Post 56475436)
for the sake of everyone's sanity, can we keep this thread on blu-ray bargains only. the whole supermarket / are-blurays-selling arguments just go round in circles and are a waste of time.

and to that end, here's a few bargains that i've found recently
sony sell blurays directly on ebay for 4.95 each, good though small selection including terminator salvation, life of brian
http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/Blu-ray-/1...p3911.c0.m1538

play.com are doing a 5 blu ray promotion at the moment. some familiar stuff but also some good titles like 3.10 to yuma and if you're stuck for a valentine's day gift, the notebook!

Please keep this thread on-topic. The purpose of this thread is for sharing Blu-Ray bargains - let's keep it this way and not spoil another thread with unconstructive arguing.

King Wrong 11-02-2012 02:48

Just got Apollo 18 and Columbiana for 8.99 each from Play.com.

NatalieP 13-02-2012 08:39

Just got Jurassic Park trilogy box set for 16.99 on Play.com - offer only lasts til midnight!

Very pleased as I've been waiting for the price to come down :)

CLL Dodge 15-02-2012 00:42

Twilight Zone season 1 15.49 on Amazon.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Twilight-Zon...9266266&sr=8-2

Was 20 quid more the day before.

revans9 15-02-2012 13:10

amazon are doing two for 10 on warner brothers blurays at the moment. a similar offer is at play, thehut & zavvi but amazon have the widest range of titles on offer
http://www.amazon.co.uk/b/ref=amb_li...pf_rd_i=283926

Dombo 27-02-2012 13:51

not an offer as such, but i have just got Karate Kid BD for 0.95 and The X Files Movie BD for 1.26

when you narrow your search on amazon and put in the amount your willing to pay then it will narrow your selection down.
i put in from 0.01 - 2.50 and then selected blu ray and there was 105 of them and some are new also..

the two i just bought are new and with postage it has cost me 5 for 2 BDs

Dombo 27-02-2012 13:53

http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=sr_nr_...rnid=383379011

here, i have done it for you,
i expanded the search from 0.01 - 3.00 there is 300 bds to choose from..

njp 27-02-2012 14:17

Stargate Atlantis series 1-5 (100 episodes, 20 Blu-Ray disc set) on Play for 55.

I watched some of these when they appeared on one of the Freeview channels and rather enjoyed them, so I decided to treat myself!

[I suppose these aren't really movies. Oh well.]

linkinpark875 28-02-2012 01:02

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Originally Posted by King Wrong (Post 56490490)
Just got Apollo 18 and Columbiana for 8.99 each from Play.com.

See Apollo 18. Not worth it poor movie and not the best HD quality movie. SD would have been fine for this movie.

Andy Birkenhead 28-02-2012 23:16

I went into a shop called "Bee.com" in Birkenhead today (I don't know if it's a nationwide store).
I got a copy of "Rambo" on BluRay for 3.99

Peachy Keen 05-03-2012 23:16

Sainsburys are selling the triple blu-ray of 'Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes' for 10! This is a in store offer, l don't know about online?

gerry d 08-03-2012 20:10

X-Men: First Class currently 10 http://www.amazon.co.uk/X-Men-First-...236705&sr=1-34

Leon - The Director's Cut currently 5 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Leon-Directo...236987&sr=1-82

RED currently 5.99 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Red-Blu-ray-...237070&sr=1-86

gemma-the-husky 09-03-2012 12:55

nothing particular, but I have bought stacks of cheap blu-rays.

5 each from a guy on my local market.
4 for 10, at blockbusters, now a bit dearer.

I have never seen a scratch on a blu-ray. You can buy s/h without a worry.

Kayleigh2010 09-03-2012 16:55

The Fugitive 2.99 in thats Entertainment, now that is a bargain:)

Rosaliee 11-03-2012 14:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by Andy Birkenhead (Post 56845594)
I went into a shop called "Bee.com" in Birkenhead today (I don't know if it's a nationwide store).
I got a copy of "Rambo" on BluRay for 3.99

The website (bee.com) seems to do quite a few good deals on blu-rays too, shame that most of them are out of stock though. :(

Recently taken to trying to buy cheap blu-rays on eBay. Got Red Mist for 3.00 inc p&p, and Beowulf for 2.99 inc p&p. Unfortunately quite a lot of luck is involved getting cheapies from eBay!

Hello. 11-03-2012 15:10

Amazon messed up their pricing recently and I ordered Braveheart for 2.79 on Blu-ray. It didn't turn up, and then they recognised their error, but because of the delay in doing so they sent it to me anyway for that price. Nice.

-GONZO- 12-03-2012 17:53

Twilight Breaking Dawn pt1 12.99 instore Sainsbury's.

gemma-the-husky 13-03-2012 14:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by -GONZO- (Post 57076376)
Twilight Breaking Dawn pt1 12.99 instore Sainsbury's.

12.99 on line as well. cheapest we could find.

porkpie 20-03-2012 23:08

Nobody seems to have mentioned that the Disney BOGOF deal is on again.
Zavvi seem cheapest at 15.99 which is 1 cheaper than Amazon or Play.
They've also been sending out 10% off vouchers so it means I got The Lion King and POTC 4 for just 7.17 each .

No 3D films included nor Lady and the Tramp.

And don't forget that from April 1st the Channel Islands are no longer VAT exempt so either margins drop or prices increase.
Expect Indigostarfish to close or move to Switzerland as one or two retailers seem to be doing in order to beat the changes

gemma-the-husky 20-03-2012 23:25

Quote:

Originally Posted by porkpie (Post 57227950)
Nobody seems to have mentioned that the Disney BOGOF deal is on again.
Zavvi seem cheapest at 15.99 which is 1 cheaper than Amazon or Play.
They've also been sending out 10% off vouchers so it means I got The Lion King and POTC 4 for just 7.17 each .

No 3D films included nor Lady and the Tramp.

And don't forget that from April 1st the Channel Islands are no longer VAT exempt so either margins drop or prices increase.
Expect Indigostarfish to close or move to Switzerland as one or two retailers seem to be doing in order to beat the changes

I didnt realise VAT was coming in. Just 2 weeks of bargains then

linkinpark875 20-03-2012 23:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by gemma-the-husky (Post 57228253)
I didnt realise VAT was coming in. Just 2 weeks of bargains then

Might save the high street so I'm all for it.

geordielady 21-03-2012 02:58

Quote:

Originally Posted by linkinpark875 (Post 57228355)
Might save the high street so I'm all for it.

How? apart from supermarkets where can you buy blu rays, HMV thats about it.

The CI companies being hit with the tax whammy is bad news for everyone as we will all pay more, the one and only winners in all this are places like lovefilm.

Its gonna be interesting to seee just what CI retailers are gonna do. my guess is they will absorb some of the inrease and pass the rest on to the customer, hoping they dont notice

gemma-the-husky 21-03-2012 11:33

if CI stuff becomes vatable, does it change the position re other customs duties.

I never go over 18 at the moment, just in case - but does it mean that in future, you can import at whatever value you want, without worrying about other import charges?

metanoia 21-03-2012 11:59

I'm sure it's been mentioned before, the Alien Anthology (all 4 films, 2 versions of each) is 14.99 at Amazon. Just bought it to refresh my memory before Prometheus.


EDIT: Just read the old thread, and it's the first post! Doh!

geordielady 21-03-2012 12:55

Quote:

Originally Posted by gemma-the-husky (Post 57233113)
if CI stuff becomes vatable, does it change the position re other customs duties.

I never go over 18 at the moment, just in case - but does it mean that in future, you can import at whatever value you want, without worrying about other import charges?

You can go over 18 quid from CI retailers, not sure how it works but think they pay charges if an item you order goes over 18 quid so there is no need to limit your order to 18 quid.

It wont change the fact when ordering stuff from the states and that, think the 18 quid has been reduced or is going to be reduced to around 15 quid or so. its all luck, ordered stuff from the states just over customs charge and had to pay, another time ordered about 100 quid and never paid charges, it all depends if its caught going through customs as they dont check all packages.


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