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Bloody Sunday DVD £4.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco @ HMV

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In documentary style, Paul Greengrass' BLOODY SUNDAY, which chronicles the events of January 30, 1972 in Derry, Ireland, is filmed with gritty gray realness. Surrounding a peaceful protest march stage… Read More
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In documentary style, Paul Greengrass' BLOODY SUNDAY, which chronicles the events of January 30, 1972 in Derry, Ireland, is filmed with gritty gray realness. Surrounding a peaceful protest march staged in contest to British laws that permitted internment without trial, the film charts the progress of the march from the night before it to the night following it. As the final organizing of the march takes place that morning, activist Ivan Cooper (James Nesbitt) rushes from the street where police barriers are being erected to his office where he fields a string of urgent phone calls. Meanwhile Major General Ford (Tim Pigott-Smith) arranges for a heavily armed troop of commandos in fatigues and face paint to be ready to intercept the march if it turns violent. A third persona, Kevin McCorry (Allan Gildea), is a young lad with a prison record who believes in the cause of the march but wants to avoid conflict and any real trouble. As the march proceeds, and chaos ensues, the British militia opens fire onto the unarmed crowds, shooting 27 and killing 13 in one of the most shocking instances of excessive force in Irish history, ending any hope of nonviolent resolution, and stoking the IRA.

Directed by:
Paul Greengrass
Starring:
James Nesbitt
Tim Pigott-Smith
Nicholas Farrell
Gerard McSorley
Kathy Kiera Clarke
Allan Gildea
Gerard Crossan
Mary Mouldes
Contributers:
Composer - Dominic Muldoon
Director of Photography - Ivan Strasburg
Producer - Mark Redhead
Screenwriter - Paul Greengrass
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banned#1
Also £4.98 at Amazon if you have Prime or are buying something else. Only 50p cheaper than the next retailer too. Not, IMO, a "hot" deal. Sorry. :)
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glassofwine
Also £4.98 at Amazon if you have Prime or are buying something else. Only 50p cheaper than the next retailer too. Not, IMO, a "hot" deal. Sorry. :)


+ £1.45 postage @ Amazon; and especially with quidco this is the best price:thumbsup:
banned#3
"if you have Prime or are buying something else". I was pretty clear. :)

Sorry, just don't get posting DVDs which are only pennies cheaper than somewhere else. Every DVD is cheaper in one place over another to some extent, you might as well post a deal for every single DVD available! :w00t:
#4
watched this recently not bad :)
[mod]#5
glassofwine
"if you have Prime or are buying something else". I was pretty clear. :)

Sorry, just don't get posting DVDs which are only pennies cheaper than somewhere else. Every DVD is cheaper in one place over another to some extent, you might as well post a deal for every single DVD available! :w00t:


I don't and won't get into an argument. But this is easily the cheapest available, and with quidco it works out at £4.74; which is a fair percentage cheaper than the next best. It's a new DVD that has dropped in price, and in my opinion it's a good price for a new and good film. And no, I won't be posting a deal for every single DVD that I find. Just the ones that I think are a "deal". After all, that IS what this website is for.
banned#6
It's been on 3 times this week alredy on itv3 , u gotta be a bit thick to buy it unless u don't live in the western world and not have some for of digital telly
banned#7
andywedge
I don't and won't get into an argument. But this is easily the cheapest available, and with quidco it works out at £4.74; which is a fair percentage cheaper than the next best. It's a new DVD that has dropped in price, and in my opinion it's a good price for a new and good film. And no, I won't be posting a deal for every single DVD that I find. Just the ones that I think are a "deal". After all, that IS what this website is for.


Not everyone uses Quidco. It's not a new DVD - it has been available since 2003. This particular re-release packaging has been available for nearly a year. I just think as this is HOT UK Deals, I don't see what is hot about saving 50p. You have posted much, much better deals than this. :thumbsup:
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aberfal
It's been on 3 times this week alredy on itv3 , u gotta be a bit thick to buy it unless u don't live in the western world and not have some for of digital telly


Blimey.

So, any film that has been on TV must not be bought unless you are thick. That's an, erm, interesting argument.

I take it you don't own any CD's; mp3's then also; 'Cos lets face it,you must be thick to buy a CD when you can listen to them on the radio:p
[mod]#9
glassofwine
Not everyone uses Quidco. It's not a new DVD - it has been available since 2003. This particular re-release packaging has been available for nearly a year. I just think as this is HOT UK Deals, I don't see what is hot about saving 50p. You have posted much, much better deals than this. :thumbsup:


I thought under a year was new(ish). Yes, I have posted better deals. But I still think its a good price. Lets leave it there, and agree to disagree:thumbsup:
banned#10
Okay :thumbsup:
#11
glassofwine
Not everyone uses Quidco. It's not a new DVD - it has been available since 2003. This particular re-release packaging has been available for nearly a year. I just think as this is HOT UK Deals, I don't see what is hot about saving 50p. You have posted much, much better deals than this. :thumbsup:


Not everyone uses Prime either, which costs a yearly subscription fee :roll:

Before you criticise other peoples deals, try posting some yourself and look into the reasons for voting cold, try thinking outside the box.

Since when does saving 1p at Amazon make it a better deal when its exclusive to Prime members only to gain free postage?!

HMV is free postage, without subscription, regardless of whether you are a Quidco member or not.
[Moderator] 1 Like #12
cicobuff
Not everyone uses Prime either, which costs a yearly subscription fee :roll:

Before you criticise other peoples deals, try posting some yourself and look into the reasons for voting cold, try thinking outside the box.

Since when does saving 1p at Amazon make it a better deal when its exclusive to Prime members only to gain free postage?!

HMV is free postage, without subscription, regardless of whether you are a Quidco member or not.

Totally agree, imo Amazon Prime is a bit of a con. After charging customers to join Amazon prime, they dropped their free delivery price down so that items costing just £5 qualified for free delivery :whistling:
#13
Getting a rough ride for what is a good post. Heat added :)
#14
bigflump
Totally agree, imo Amazon Prime is a bit of a con. After charging customers to join Amazon prime, they dropped their free delivery price down so that items costing just £5 qualified for free delivery :whistling:


Precisely take 2/3rds off the free delivery bracket in reducing that from £15 to £5, then dont reduce the price of Prime do they!

Plus the other con with Prime I find, is that people feel they are getting a premium service, well they may get better shipping carriers, but one thing I think is a con is that Amazon actually DELAY processing of super saver delivery orders to further enhance the effectiveness of Prime.

So basically by not being a Prime member you are "penalised" in the processing of your order in delays....is this fair, i personally think its not.
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bigflump
Totally agree, imo Amazon Prime is a bit of a con. After charging customers to join Amazon prime, they dropped their free delivery price down so that items costing just £5 qualified for free delivery :whistling:

Also completely agree - Prime is a proper con. Last week I placed two orders, one for a sat nav and one for a portable hdd - both with free supersaver delivery, and yet both arrived within three working days. Can't fault that and absolutely NO reason to pay well over the odds for their supposed 'premium' service.

As for the '50p isn't a big enough saving' comment, how daft. Many of the hottest deals on here are small savings. Didn't anyone tell you that if you look after the pennies, the pennies look after the pounds? :thumbsup:

Hot deal - heat left accordingly.
[Moderator]#16
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Since free supersaver delivery is offered on anything over £5, you'd have a to buy a lot of things for under a fiver to make Amazon Prime membership worthwhile :w00t:
banned#17
ricaird

As for the '50p isn't a big enough saving' comment, how daft. Many of the hottest deals on here are small savings. Didn't anyone tell you that if you look after the pennies, the pennies look after the pounds? :thumbsup:


I know what you're saying, but as I said, EVERY DVD is cheaper in one place over another, most of them by a matter of pence, so theoretically you could post a deal for every DVD available. So surely a "hot" deal should be something where there is a significant price difference between retailers, otherwise we could all just sit here all day listing every DVD that has ever been released?

In fact probably every item for sale online is cheaper in one place over another - so let's just post everything from Argos, or Tesco, or just everything ever, even if it's only 1p cheaper! Then change the name of the site to UK Deals, as there would be nothing "Hot". :p
#18
Oh good God .I get tired of reading arguments here over what is a good deal and what is not.
OK i understand if anyone has found it cheaper they feel the need to say so but personally it stops me from posting deals thinking i will get slated if anyone has found it cheaper or if it has been posted already.
I thought this site was called HOTUKDEALS and if you dont consider the posting to be a deal SOMEONE ELSE MIGHT steps again from soap box :)

Bloody Sunday actually very good drama
#19
ARRGH!! James Bloody Nesbitt.
#20
SPAMDOG
ARRGH!! James Bloody Nesbitt.


James "look at me i'm a cheeky chappy" Nesbit = NAFF.
#21
skinner7408
Oh good God .I get tired of reading arguments here over what is a good deal and what is not.
OK i understand if anyone has found it cheaper they feel the need to say so but personally it stops me from posting deals thinking i will get slated if anyone has found it cheaper or if it has been posted already.
I thought this site was called HOTUKDEALS and if you dont consider the posting to be a deal SOMEONE ELSE MIGHT steps again from soap box :)

Bloody Sunday actually very good drama


Agree with what you have said here, the rottweillers are always out to jump on someone posting what they believe to be a deal!

Bloody Sunday is an overrated drama surely, there is more drama in these threads :-D
#22
glassofwine
I know what you're saying, but as I said, EVERY DVD is cheaper in one place over another, most of them by a matter of pence, so theoretically you could post a deal for every DVD available. So surely a "hot" deal should be something where there is a significant price difference between retailers, otherwise we could all just sit here all day listing every DVD that has ever been released?

In fact probably every item for sale online is cheaper in one place over another - so let's just post everything from Argos, or Tesco, or just everything ever, even if it's only 1p cheaper! Then change the name of the site to UK Deals, as there would be nothing "Hot". :p


I don't suppose you know someone by the name of BanjoString do you? Only he was another new member wanting to unnecessarily change the world too.

Seriously, who (other than you of course) gets to judge what's hot? Actually, it's all of us and that's the point in voting. Of course EVERY DVD is cheaper in one place or another, in the same way that EVERY car or EVERY salad cream or EVERY USB stick are all cheaper in one place or another. The point in the site is to post deals (presumably where the OP thinks it's a decent deal) and the community will vote hot or cold accordingly. Just because the site is called 'hot uk deals' doesn't mean cold ones don't appear. Besides, a deal getting voted cold could warn people off something and save them from buying a white elephant.

Stop judging the quality of the deals being posted, and start judging the deals themselves!

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