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5 DVD's for £20 - Tons of choice!

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Too many titles to mention, around 300 roughly. 5 dvd's to keep for the rough cost of a family trip to the cinema! Some top titles such as Billy Elliot, American Beauty, Meet The Parents, The Itali… Read More
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9y, 7m agoFound 9 years, 7 months ago
Too many titles to mention, around 300 roughly. 5 dvd's to keep for the rough cost of a family trip to the cinema!

Some top titles such as Billy Elliot, American Beauty, Meet The Parents, The Italian Job, Indecent Proposal, The Ring, The Mummy, 40 Year Old Virgin, The Great escape, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Inside Man, The Bourne Identity.

I know I said I wasn't going to name them, but that's only a small portion!
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1 Like #1
Got their email too. Bit worried about giving them money now that they are bankrupt though...
#2
Applesink
...Bit worried about giving them money now that they are bankrupt though...

pulled from bottom of ChoicesUK homepage:
"Nick Cropper, Colin Haig, Mike Jervis and Stephen Oldfield of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP were appointed joint administrators of ChoicesUK plc (‘ChoicesUK’) on 22nd August 2007.
The joint administrators manage the affairs, business and property of the company as its agent and contract without personal liability. The administrators are authorised to act as insolvency practitioners by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales."
banned#3
was just going to post this as a deal, dvds that they have that are actually competitive include [COLOR="Red"]The terminal[/COLOR], [COLOR="red"]50 first dates[/COLOR], [COLOR="red"]shaun of the dead[/COLOR], [COLOR="red"]cast away[/COLOR], [COLOR="red"]chicken run[/COLOR] and [COLOR="red"]anger management[/COLOR]
#4
Are we sure the administration includes the web site?
I'm sure they would have closed it sharpish if the company was in administration otherwise.
banned#5
administration does not mean they will cease to trade, noramally it means that they think they can save the company, liquidation on the other hand is when companys truly go out of business
#6
With a company like choices who hold loads of stock (ive been to one of there warehouses in Peterbrough) going into administration will still keep them running anyway as most of the items wont be sale or return so there better off having a sell off bonanza through the website etc but if in doubt pay with your credit card.. then if items dont turn up you can claim on your card cover :)
#7
I certainly wouldn't purchase on-line. Even Ipoints have taken them off their website
#8
After having a peek at the various news stories.. its seems like the administrators are not yet running the company... but when they do take over they aim to continue (obviously in a hope to sell it).

I have ordered my dvd's.. all say they will be dispatched in 24 hours.. so should be fine.


Edit: Don't forget Quidco 5%
#9
megamoo
Don't forget Quidco 5%

i wouldnt bother with that, as anyone with a quidco transaction awaiting payment will probably not be receiving it now.
banned#10
quidco takes 3 months
#11
pinkleponkle
i wouldnt bother with that, as anyone with a quidco transaction awaiting payment will probably not be receiving it now.


No harm in trying.. might as well click that button than not.
#12
The website is running as normal but the company (which includes the website) is in administration. Customer services are still in place and sorted out a problem I had with an order straight away. I was told they will be running as normal and new and old orders will be processed. (Ive ordered twice since Monday when it happened and had both orders delivered).
The website always made money for them, which they decided to waste on other parts of there business (like the laughable TV channel).

I for one will be sorry to see them go, never seen any of there high st. stores (no stores in Scotland) but the online side of things was excellent.
#13
megamoo
No harm in trying.. might as well click that button than not.


My Quidco transactions from July with this company have now changed to declined, first time ever getting a declined. Reckon it's not even worth a click any longer. Save those digits, you'll be glad when you are 80!
#14
They dont charge your card untill they dispatch so you should be safe.
#15
megamoo
After having a peek at the various news stories.. its seems like the administrators are not yet running the company... but when they do take over they aim to continue (obviously in a hope to sell it).

I have ordered my dvd's.. all say they will be dispatched in 24 hours.. so should be fine.


Edit: Don't forget Quidco 5%

There's signs by the tills in my local Choices stating they are in administration and giving the details of the administrators- legally, if in admin they have to show this I believe. Amazing bargains in-store, as I posted on another thread, I got brand new Dad's Army series 1+5 DVDs, Steptoe and Son series 1 DVDs, etc all in the 5 for £10 bins. They're putting top-notch stuff into the 2.99 section in order to clear it all out and make quick profits. It makes sense, i've never seen a company with so much stock in their shops before.
#16
The thing is a lot of the deals were instore before, its just now people are going in and seeing them. lol

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