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Avatar DVD £8.00 Instore @ Asda

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
Avatar DVD £8 Instore @ Asda

As shown in an advert on page 18 of today's Sunday Mirror

Valid from 8.00am 26/04/10 to 02/05/10


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#1
http://i149.photobucket.com/albums/s60/jamesceekay/Avatar.jpg
#2
thats the cheapest so far, keep it coming down. morissons can usually win but i dont want to spend £50 quid there.:)
#3
heat added decent price
#4
badgerrules
thats the cheapest so far, keep it coming down. morissons can usually win but i dont want to spend £50 quid there.:)


FYI you actually have to spend £55 plus buying the paper :w00t: the £50 spend doesnt include the price of the DVD. i've told the bose its our worst deal ever and that we wont sell that many! i myself have ordered the bluray combi from tesco for about £12 :)

love the asda ad! nice dig at us! LOL
#5
deffo not worth watchin on dvd but hey if u dont have a blu ray
colours on the blu ray are out of this worls

hot from me!!!
#6
Apparently, this is a rushed out version for 'Earth' day with no extras and only 2d etc.

A better 3d version will be released later in the year (with more production/packaging and shipping costs so great for the 'earth' )
#7
Hot :thumbsup:
#8
I work for Sainsburys and you can get it from our stores for £8.99 without any other purchase and only 2 per customer i've been told... Not sure about the price of the Blueray as yet..
#9
anybody know the price for the bluray version in asda?
#10
DRAMBUI
I work for Sainsburys and you can get it from our stores for £8.99 without any other purchase and only 2 per customer i've been told... Not sure about the price of the Blueray as yet..


Its £14.99.
#11
retrogeezer
Apparently, this is a rushed out version for 'Earth' day with no extras and only 2d etc.

A better 3d version will be released later in the year (with more production/packaging and shipping costs so great for the 'earth' )


You could say the same if you dont have a 3D television!!!!
#12
I wonder how many morons will pay £7 (minimum) to go see this again in the summer for the release +6 minutes?!

They are going to make a few more hundred million on plastering on a deleted scene to an already released movie.
#13
You could say the same if you dont have a 3D television!!!!


As far as I know, TV manufacturers are not rush releasing TV's for earth day.
#14
AEC007
anybody know the price for the bluray version in asda?


I havent been in work since wednesday and at that point it was priced at £19.73 or something close. I would grab the tesco deal online at £12.75 mine arrived next day :-D

Also i should mention that as i said above i bought the blu ray version and you get the dvd version free with it. If you have a blu ray player dont cheap out on this movie its a REALLY big difference between the quality!!
#15
retrogeezer
Apparently, this is a rushed out version for 'Earth' day with no extras and only 2d etc.
It isn't a rushed out version at all, it's just marketing. They could have easily released the fully featured extras version now but why do that when you can re-release just before xmas.

CaptainWest
I wonder how many morons will pay £7 (minimum) to go see this again in the summer for the release +6 minutes?!
So anyone who enjoyed the movie enough to go see it twice is a moron? :?.
#16
#19
sorry not the cheapest! £7 instore at Tesco from monday (tomorrow!!) saw the advert last night on tv!
#20
glitterz_2k7;8451455
sorry not the cheapest! £7 instore at Tesco from monday (tomorrow!!) saw the advert last night on tv!



:whistling:

barneydog;8451335
#21
Why would you want to watch a glorified tech demo without the tech?

For the plot? :? :roll::lol:
#22
It isn't a rushed out version at all, it's just marketing. They could have easily released the fully featured extras version now but why do that when you can re-release just before xmas.


Avatar is released on DVD and Blu-ray the week of April 22, Earth Day, timing that plays up the film's environmental message


As part of his involvement in environmental causes, Cameron and Al Gore recently attended the International Forum on Sustainability in Brazil. "In the particular case of Avatar," he said. "I found there's a call to action and a sense of duty that's emerged from it."



My point is that it is hardly good for the environment, as I said earlier - extra manufacturing/packaging and shipping costs for what? And I don't need to be told about marketing thanks.
#23
CaptainWest
I wonder how many morons will pay £7 (minimum) to go see this again in the summer for the release +6 minutes?!



I went to see this at the cinema, and when it's rereleased I may well see it again, not because it has an extra 6 minutes, nor for the 'meh' story, but because I thought it was visually stunning.

Does that make me a moron? :?
#24
Asda Always Win On Hot Dvd Releases, They Had Pirates Of The Carribean At £5.55 When It Came Out And The Last Few Harry Potters At Around The £6 Mark, Also Why Dont People Rent Movies Online From Like Itunes, Its Only £2.50-£3.50 For A Couple Of Days.
#25
sm-1991
Asda Always Win On Hot Dvd Releases, They Had Pirates Of The Carribean At £5.55 When It Came Out And The Last Few Harry Potters At Around The £6 Mark, Also Why Dont People Rent Movies Online From Like Itunes, Its Only £2.50-£3.50 For A Couple Of Days.


Because in 6 months time when I want to watch it again, or my kids fancy watching it then I don't have to stump up £3
#26
sm-1991
Also Why Dont People Rent Movies Online From Like Itunes, Its Only £2.50-£3.50 For A Couple Of Days.

Well, obviously people do, or else iTunes wouldn't bother offering the service would they?
#27
ChipSticks
I went to see this at the cinema, and when it's rereleased I may well see it again, not because it has an extra 6 minutes, nor for the 'meh' story, but because I thought it was visually stunning.

Does that make me a moron? :?


Ignore this cynic, I want to see the movie again in Imax 3D which I missed. I dont care for watching movies on TV screens much.

ME
#28
am i the only one getting concerned that instore blu-ray offers are not getting a mention at all?... tesco, morrisons, asda, etc

judging by the advert would i be correct to presume that asda are not opening early like tesco?
#29
Load of over-hyped nonsense.

However a good price, so heat added.
#30
DRAMBUI;8449956
I work for Sainsburys and you can get it from our stores for £8.99 without any other purchase and only 2 per customer i've been told... Not sure about the price of the Blueray as yet..


Bet you're really impressed that they're opening early for the launch of Avatar - what on earth is the point? :p
#31
dont see the point in buying better to rent imo
#32
anyone know if the number you can buy is limited?
#33
[email protected]
anyone know if the number you can buy is limited?

It is indeed. Limiting factors include your bank balance, their manufacturing capacity, and the finite number of atoms in the universe. :thumbsup:
#34
for those of you only interested in the Blu-ray..., DO NOT GO TESCO!!!!

£22.00.... no offers either according to the store lady

Any word on what the other supermarkets are charging???
#35
Asda is 19.71 for the blu ray.
As mentioned, £8 for the DVD.

Paul
#36
I went to Asda this morning and they had a big sign up stating that it is only available at the £8 price after you spend £40 minimum in store. They were also limiting the copies to 2 per customer. So much for ‘no gimmicks’!
#37
fluffyundacrakas
I went to Asda this morning and they had a big sign up stating that it is only available at the £8 price after you spend £40 minimum in store. They were also limiting the copies to 2 per customer. So much for ‘no gimmicks’!

I think you should contact Head Office, as like you said, the voucher explicitly states 'No Gimmicks'
#38
£8 online now....currently out of stock though!

Click!

£8 online at Amazon as well,who have it in stock
#39
Stacey613
I think you should contact Head Office, as like you said, the voucher explicitly states 'No Gimmicks'


Was the sign legitimate or did it look like it had been made-up in Word?
#40
sm-1991
Asda Always Win On Hot Dvd Releases, They Had Pirates Of The Carribean At £5.55 When It Came Out And The Last Few Harry Potters At Around The £6 Mark, Also Why Dont People Rent Movies Online From Like Itunes, Its Only £2.50-£3.50 For A Couple Of Days.


There's no need to capitalise the first letter of every word, unless that's the title of a book you're writing or something.

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