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almost $2 to the pound,it's not been this good for a long time :clap:

HD- DVD'S, here i come :smashin:

on the down side, i do feel for the people who export to the US
 

brendan_dj

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It reached 1.994 at about 11am today
It last crossed the $2=£1 line back in August 1992
 

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Kazza72

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almost $2 to the pound,it's not been this good for a long time :clap:

HD- DVD'S, here i come :smashin:

on the down side, i do feel for the people who export to the US

Do you know any good sites to buy hd-dvds etc from the US that offer a reliable delivery service? Thanks.
 

brendan_dj

Active Member
Remember, if you are importing goods from the USA using a mail-order, you may be charged import duty!

Just a warning.
 

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Do you know any good sites to buy hd-dvds etc from the US that offer a reliable delivery service? Thanks.


Visit www.avplay.com for DVD, HD-DVD and Blu-ray reviews

The following sites have been recommended by forum members and are in no way officially associated with avforums:

HD-DVD
Movietyme
Axelmusic
dvdworldusa
hmv.co.uk (good, but slower to despatch than others)
dvdpacific
amazon.fr
playhd.co.uk
xploitedcinema.com


Blu-Ray
Movietyme
Axelmusic
dvdpacific
playhd.co.uk

thanks to Mod ..Greg :smashin:
 

brendan_dj

Active Member
A HUGE spike in the tick-data today.
It actually touched £1 = $1.999

Its going to happen today. I can almost guarantee it.
 

brendan_dj

Active Member
Breaking News at 9:44.

Sterling hits $2
 

PAH

Active Member
Does movietyme use accurate pound/dollar conversions when showing their prices in pounds or are we best buying in dollars, if possible?
 

zAndy1

Distinguished Member
I'm sure we don't see the benefit of good exchange rates like this from retailers that charge in £s. Best ordering from places in the US if you ask me and getting charged in $

I bet a 360 Elite from videogamesplus would be at a tempting price now!
 

Bat-man

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Anyone here old enough to remember when it was about $4.00 to the £ ?
 

brendan_dj

Active Member
was that before or after decimalisation?
 

Bat-man

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brendan_dj

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I take it £18 is the limit then? What happens if you go over? Say £100? What is the import duty then?


Read here for an earlier thread regarding paying import duty for goods from the USA.

It isn't very good reading :mad:
 

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