Fifth Element

Jim Di Griz

Distinguished Member
Damn thats cheap! Must resist...must resist...

(Ive promised myself not to buy any more blu-rays before Xmas and to watch all the ones Ive got already!)
 

philbam

Novice Member
Damn thats cheap! Must resist...must resist...

(Ive promised myself not to buy any more blu-rays before Xmas and to watch all the ones Ive got already!)

You can't resist this one surely - absolutely fantastic disc.:smashin::devil:
Must have in any collection.
 

rojgelf

Distinguished Member
thanks, I wasn't going to upgrade my superbit but now ordered.

It made me pay in dollars, did that happen to anyone else?
 

philbam

Novice Member
thanks, I wasn't going to upgrade my superbit but now ordered.

It made me pay in dollars, did that happen to anyone else?

Always does now.
 

vader100

Well-known Member
Top spot, OP. Thanks for sharing.
 

mohsin_uk

Active Member
Couldn't resist at that price, just hope it turns up
 

Daytrader

Well-known Member
can i ask to thouse that have bought this, do your card companys add any more money to your card for the buying in dollars or exchange currency ? thx
 

Garcian

Active Member
can i ask to thouse that have bought this, do your card companys add any more money to your card for the buying in dollars or exchange currency ? thx

I don't think there are any cards that don't charge a conversion fee now - Nationwide didn't used to but they've recently tacked on a 1% charge for purchases in a foreign currency.
 

goingoingong

Distinguished Member
Also

"You pay 0% in cash advance fees when you withdraw cash from an ATM in the UK or abroad. Typically other credit cards charge you 2.75%"

Ir's good if you do a lot of foreign exchange or travelling. Unfortunately I do neither:(
 

rojgelf

Distinguished Member
Also

"You pay 0% in cash advance fees when you withdraw cash from an ATM in the UK or abroad. Typically other credit cards charge you 2.75%"

Ir's good if you do a lot of foreign exchange or travelling. Unfortunately I do neither:(

That's changed for NW debit card, I used it other day and there was £1 withdrawl fee plus 2% loading fee.

Post Office CC is now only UK card with no loading fee.
 

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