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Harry Potter 2

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by Shoka, Apr 11, 2003.

  1. Shoka

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    Just wondered who is going to be at the shop door tomorrow morning waiting for them to open so they can get Harry Potter Chamber of secrets.

    Is anyone actually buying from the high street stores or are those of you who are buying it, getting it online?
     
  2. Kazuya Mishima

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    Tesco 24hr opening - Harry Potter goes on sale at 12.01am......

    Now if Harry Potter was a film I really liked I would be there but I didn't enjoy it enough at the cinema to buy it on DVD.
     
  3. Shoka

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    Virgin megastore on Oxford street in london done that when the first one come out, they also done it with Lord of the rings.
     
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    Mines on it's way from DVD Boxoffice. I won't know the accurate price until I get my cc statement though but it's about £13

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    I was quoted that price for Roger Rabbit, When I got the bill it was over £16. The exchange rate must have changed a lot - Good luck though!
     
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    Just picked up my copy from Tesco - could'nt belive it was only £9.84....
     
  7. Shoka

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    On DVD???? or VHS?

    got mine from safeways using a discount voucher that I had and got it for £13.99
     
  8. tony kop77

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    I bought mine from safeway useing the voucher as well. Tesco sell Harry Potter on dvd and video at same price which is £9 something.
    Game are selling the dvd in their offer 2 for £25 which includes dog soldiers, xxx minority report and a few otrhers.
     
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    I went all the way to Tesco to find that the dvds are priced £15.84. The cassette is £9.84
     

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