People tell me where to get cheap DVDs ...

wilber

Active Member
..... But this habit is costing me more than ever now.

So far this month i've bought the following cheapies:
12 Monkeys
Silence of the Lambs
Hanibal
Manhunter
Grosse Pointe Blank
AI
Platoon
Robocop Trilogy
Gofather box set

Total cost over £100 !!!!

AND i've Pre-ordered B5 from amazon.de

You guys have a lot to answer for when it comes to the hole in my bank account;)

Are you finding the same thing happening to you or am I just an addict?
 

jmcr100

Active Member
Oh God you're not the only one!!!!

I have to stop soon as my credit card company will so come a knocking!!!

I've found so many offers through this forum and I cannot resist!!

Babylon 5 dvd through Amazon.de, Twin Peaks Series 1 through Amazon.de, Near Dark 2 dvd from CD-WOW etc. etc.

It's a blessing and a curse!!!
 

kevb

Active Member
Burglary is a good option for obtaining DVD's at no cost what so ever apart from a bit of your time. Check out the DVD/Games sales and wants forum for some good bargains or play, CD-WOW.com for some cheap titles new and old.
 
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Squirrel God

Guest
I was spending between £300-£500 per month on DVDs.

If you want to see what everybody else spends, have a look at this poll:

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=43226

I've calmed down to around £40 per month now as I have other expenses to pay off (the clue is in the avatar :p). Luckily though, I managed to get most of the back catalogue I wanted, so it's mainly just new releases I'm buying now which means I'm not too tempted by sales :)
 

Timh

Distinguished Member

Lex

Active Member
www.alldvdmovies.com used to be the cheapest by far, but they have put their prices up lately. They still have some bargains though.
 
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Gambit

Guest
Originally posted by Squirrel God
I mainly use www.cd-wow.com, www.absound.ca, www.play.com, www.ezydvd.com.au, www.atlanticdvd.com.au. Also worth keeping an eye on are www.splashdvd.com, www.dvd.co.uk, www.hmv.co.uk, www.amazon.co.uk for the odd corking deal. www.dddhouse.com are dirt cheap for R3s. www.interdvd.co.uk are ordinarily expensive, but occasionally have some cracking titles dirt cheap (e.g. I recently picked up Gosford Park R1 Collector's Edition for £7.99 delivered) :)

£40 a month my arse:D
 
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Squirrel God

Guest
Originally posted by Gambit
I think you might be keeping some of those guys afloat.:D
I wish :( Seriously though, I used to always have about 20-30 DVDs on order, now I have only 8 :(

BTW, Clear your PM box out Gambit, it's full mate - as usual :rolleyes:
 
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Gambit

Guest
:blush: I can't help it if so many people want to send me abuse. Sorted mucker.
 

Lex

Active Member
Originally posted by Squirrel God
I used to always have about 20-30 DVDs on order

'Adult' titles don't count SG! :D
 
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Squirrel God

Guest
Originally posted by Gambit
He's stopped ordering them cause you can't send them back "used" :D
Very funny Lex, Gamb :rolleyes:

Actually, their exact words where that I "couldn't return them soiled" :blush: :devil: :eek: :D :p
 
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Gambit

Guest
LOL:D (in the middle of the communal computer block. stop being funny).:D
 

Lex

Active Member
Originally posted by Gambit
in the middle of the communal computer block. stop being funny).:D

That's what they said to SG - in the middle of the communal computer block - turn that debbie does dallas dvd off! :D
 
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Gambit

Guest
"or at least put it on the network so we can all enjoy it." and "have you got Natalie does Nashville in there? Course you do"
 
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Squirrel God

Guest
Anyone would think this forum only had one thread :rolleyes:

Lex, as a moderator you should know better than to encourage the hijacking of a thread :p
 

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