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Free DVD with Saturday's Times

Discussion in 'Shopping, Deals, Discounts & Bargains' started by yeah_baby, Apr 15, 2005.

  1. yeah_baby

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    Tomorrow's Times should come with a free copy of The Fabulous Baker Boys.

    Haven't seen the film but surely it's worth a pound or so for the paper?
     
  2. s1hastie

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    Jeff and Beau Bridges and Michelle Pfeiffer. Not a bad film i guess.
     
  3. venablesphil

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    There is also a free DVD with the Sun tomorrow, you have to send the token with an SAE for 88p but you get two films on one disc. Ones the Lawnmower Man with Mr Brosnan and the other is a Hugh Grant film but I cant remember the title.
     
  4. partyweb

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    Cheers for this guys:smashin:


    Also don't forget the Observer on sunday for a free copy of "The Restaurant at the End of the Universe" book (ok not entirely DVD related but still cool nevertheless). This is the sequel to Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy coming out this month.
     
  5. mkcheznous

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    My newsagent sells Newspapers half price so £0.50 is not bad for a Free DVD and the FBB is pretty good. MF has never been hotter !
     
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    How come ?
     
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    I was wondering that to, do you get them a week later?
     
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    Don't listen to him. It's an utterly fantastic film. Even if you're not a chick.
     
  9. mkcheznous

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    I guess it is a way to entice people to use his shop to buy other things.

    The promotion has been running a couple of months. Only one half price paper per customer unfortunately.
     
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    As I live in the next street to Prism (the distributors of this offer) I popped in today to collect my copy, saving me the postage. :smashin:

    It's a nice package for the price (£0). A proper plastic case (no cardboard) with printed sleeve and a single 2 sided disc with the 2 films on!
     

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