This post summarises the information I have found on DVD and Blu-ray sales statistics for the UK. This information is not readily available and I've had to piece the information together from different sources. 1998-2012 data: The Numbers on 20 Years of Film Rental 2013 data: Retail DVDs: units sold to UK consumers 2007-2013 | Statistic Retail blu-ray discs sold to UK consumers 2007-2013 | Statistic 2014 data: Video, games and music sales score second successive year of growth - Entertainment Retailers Association "DVD sales - down 12.9% - and Blu-ray - down 8.2% - continued to decline" Number of discs sold in the UK, by format and year DVD 1998 0.2m 1999 4.0m 2000 16.6m 2001 41.3m 2002 89.9m 2003 145.0m 2004 196.5m 2005 211.2m 2006 227.0m 2007 248.1m 2008 252.9m 2009 234.6m 2010 210.1m 2011 191.8m 2012 162.0m 2013 143.4m 2014 124.9m Blu-ray 2007 0.8m 2008 3.7m 2009 8.4m 2010 13.0m 2011 15.3m 2012 16.7m 2013 18.8m 2014 17.3m I was actually looking for 2015 data and could only find the infographic below, which states that combined DVD and Blu-ray sales in 2015 were 119.6m discs. This suggests that DVD probably continued its sharp decline to around 105m units whilst Blu-ray probably dropped again towards the 15m level. The industry seems to have a habit of presenting the data in different ways each year, in the most favourable way possible, making year-on-year comparisons difficult.