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Close Encounters on Blu-ray

NTFC FAN

Established Member
Hi - Yep this contains 3 versions of the film on 2 disc, received mine from dvd.co.uk about 2 weeks ago(haven't watched it yet though.)
 

Indiana Jones

Distinguished Member
This really makes me cry as my brother got this for my birthday last week and I found out he paid £25 from Zavvi.

I know I shouldnt care about how much it cost as it was a present but he doesnt have much and I feel really gutted he paid so much for it.
 

1616french

Banned
This really makes me cry as my brother got this for my birthday last week and I found out he paid £25 from Zavvi.

I know I shouldnt care about how much it cost as it was a present but he doesnt have much and I feel really gutted he paid so much for it.

Can`t he just return it?
 

s1hastie

Banned
Cheers OP. Ordered.

dvd.co.uk have had a few £9.95 Blu-rays recently - resistance is futile.

Yeah there is some decent deals on there recently if you didnt know better you would think it was blu-ray going down the pan not hd-dvd.

Good for us though, means can start replacing some of the dvd collection rather than just buying new releases.
 
Does anyone know what the delivery is like with them...
 

UMAR 3:16

Moderator
ORDERED MINE!!! :thumbsup:
 

Indiana Jones

Distinguished Member
Can`t he just return it?

Doesnt have the reciept and I already asked about swapping it without the reciept they said they wont do anything.
 

tutu

Prominent Member
Doesnt have the reciept and I already asked about swapping it without the reciept they said they wont do anything.

You don't need a receipt, you just need proof of purchase such as the dispatch e-mail or web print of order history.

It's probably too much hassle tho!
 

shayser

Standard Member
Went to get this and added Cars BD to my basket also. They deleted Cars from my basket at checkout with a message saying it was removed because of EU law. Emailed them and they sent me a reply saying EU law prohibits them selling items that cost more than £16 to the EU.

Eh, what?

Never had this before, and I've bought plenty of DVDs over £16 from plenty of online DVD stores.
 

Indiana Jones

Distinguished Member
You don't need a receipt, you just need proof of purchase such as the dispatch e-mail or web print of order history.

It's probably too much hassle tho!

He bought it with cash instore so without the recipet there is nothing.
 

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