There seem to have been several threads recently that advocate (in fact describe in detail the process of) doubling up £1 discount links with free £1 e-vouchers for CDWOW in order to reduce the cost of an item by £2. However as far as I can tell this is against CDWOW's T&Cs. Am I the only one who feels this is wrong? That it's akin to stealing? And as such doesn't really qualify as a "DVD Bargain"? Here's one way of looking at it. Using both a link and a voucher saves £2 but only the second pound really breaks any rules, so lets say this process illegally saves us £1. So can someone explain why doing this is NOT the same as walking into WHSmiths on the high street, buying a DVD/CD/book or whatever, and then on the way out stuffing 2 or 3 chocolate bars in your pocket just because you don't think you'll be found out? Another way of seeing it is to think about using this method more than once. Say for argument's sake you only ever buy items that cost £6.99 through a discount link on CDWOW. Then if you buy seven items over a period of time, taking an extra £1 each time using a voucher, then you have saved yourself enough to buy another item, effectively getting it for free. So how is this different from going into your local HMV or Virgin, buying several DVDs and then helping yourself to another one for nothing? The prices offered by CDWOW are often incredibly cheap compared with elsewhere, especially when using a discount link. I think people should be happy with these prices, not try to save themselves even more money by abusing the discounts offered. Come on guys, it's not right. I know this post could receive several unfriendly replies, but I want to hear them if they justify the use of both discounts. Also, if you agree with me, please post! What do people think? So, that's where I stand. Any opinions?