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kill bill 1 & 2 bluray £17.99

IAN P

Distinguished Member
Cheers matey,it could be a typo but i'll take a punt on it.:thumbsup:



Just waiting for the knuckleheads to order multiple copies and ruin it for every one.
 

Anthall

Active Member
Very well spotted, snapped up a copy too...

Cheers. :thumbsup:
 

gtg60

Active Member
Thanks, placed order too, hate the way Play rip me off by charging 23.49 Euro when a direct exchange rate gives you a little over 19 Euro :mad:
 

Lezman

Well-known Member
Typical, I get them from HMV 2 for £25 and haven't got round to watching them yet:rolleyes:

Great price that....
 

mudstuff

Well-known Member
Tempting for the price. Wasn't a huge fan of vol 2 but PQ is meant to be decent and I'm a big fan of PCM.
 

rojgelf

Distinguished Member
Don't forget £17.99 is the max price they can sell anything they ship from channel islands so its going to be vat free for them.
 

nwgarratt

Distinguished Member
Agreed. At only £7 less than they can be bought for in HMV it's not a massive difference.

£7 is a massive difference to me. What would a silly bargain be? The discs have only been out for 2.5 months so £9 a disc is a really good deal. Surely no one is going to expect less when the DVD's are still £5 each.

I paid just £15 last year but I had to use a £15 voucher for it to get it at that price. I still haven't watched them yet :(
 

Shadderz

Active Member
£7 is a massive difference to me. What would a silly bargain be? The discs have only been out for 2.5 months so £9 a disc is a really good deal. Surely no one is going to expect less when the DVD's are still £5 each.

A silly bargain would be a Pirates of the Carribean boxset for 4.99.. (or was it £9.99) - Also from Play! Cancelled once they'd attracted lots of people to their site. :nono:
 

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