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The Dark Knight Trilogy [Blu-ray] [Region Free] - £11.99 (Prime) / £13.98 (non Prime) @ Amazon

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The Dark Knight Trilogy [Blu-ray] [Region Free] Great price for a 5 disc box set blu-ray **Free postage for Prime members ** Read More
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The Dark Knight Trilogy [Blu-ray] [Region Free]

Great price for a 5 disc box set blu-ray

**Free postage for Prime members **
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#1
you have to add P+P on for Non Prime members
6 Likes #2
Cheaper if you buy the individual cases (BB & DK £5.45 + DKR £4.99 = £10.44)!
#3
Yas
Cheaper if you buy the individual cases (BB & DK £5.45 + DKR £4.99 = £10.44)!
LOL, always one!! I don't care if they are cheaper to buy individually, this post is for a BOXSET
11 Likes #4
You may not care, but other people might. If people want to spend more for boxset packaging then fine, but if I've helped just one person who just wants the films, then I think my post is worthwhile.
#5
Yas
Cheaper if you buy the individual cases (BB & DK £5.45 + DKR £4.99 = £10.44)!
Maybe so but that isn't the special box set with a book and all in one neat box.
1 Like #6
http://i.imgur.com/RFn2fql.gif
#7
No UV, cheap reissued case. Also as mentioned can potentially be had cheaper individually (probably with digital copies).

This should be no more than a tenner by now.
#8
JeanPierrePapin
Yas
Cheaper if you buy the individual cases (BB & DK £5.45 + DKR £4.99 = £10.44)!
Maybe so but that isn't the special box set with a book and all in one neat box.

Neither is this
#9
gazz1a
Yas
Cheaper if you buy the individual cases (BB & DK £5.45 + DKR £4.99 = £10.44)!
LOL, always one!! I don't care if they are cheaper to buy individually, this post is for a BOXSET

Perhaps but it's also one of the cheapest looking boxsets around
1 Like #10
fuzzydunlop
Perhaps but it's also one of the cheapest looking boxsets around

Agreed. I actually bought the boxset, but swapped it for the individual cases because 1. Taking off the backing paper left white tear marks on the box, 2. the "book" was not much good, plus there was some silly polystyrene in there, 3. Trays contained overlapping discs which I hate, and 4. It wasn't obvious what disc was what film!

Pretty OCD I'll admit, but I'm happier with the swing trayed individual cases. The only thing that bugs me now is to store Batman Begins with the other "B"s, or keep it with the two Dark Knight films in "D"!!
#11
fuzzydunlop
JeanPierrePapin
Yas
Cheaper if you buy the individual cases (BB & DK £5.45 + DKR £4.99 = £10.44)!
Maybe so but that isn't the special box set with a book and all in one neat box.
Neither is this
Ill think you'll find it is, click the link and look at the reviews on Amazon all the pics are there.
#12
JeanPierrePapin
fuzzydunlop
JeanPierrePapin
Yas
Cheaper if you buy the individual cases (BB & DK £5.45 + DKR £4.99 = £10.44)!
Maybe so but that isn't the special box set with a book and all in one neat box.
Neither is this
Ill think you'll find it is, click the link and look at the reviews on Amazon all the pics are there.

From the most recent review ... (the book edition has been oop a while now)

Its a shame we don't get a nicer box set in terms of quality of package. The Blu ray cases are your standard lovely looking cases. But the box set casing itself is just a flimsy piece of card. Would be nicer if the quality was better. As I ended up throwing the box set case away.


Edited By: fuzzydunlop on Nov 16, 2016 13:49: Info
#13
Yas
fuzzydunlop
Perhaps but it's also one of the cheapest looking boxsets around
Agreed. I actually bought the boxset, but swapped it for the individual cases because 1. Taking off the backing paper left white tear marks on the box, 2. the "book" was not much good, plus there was some silly polystyrene in there, 3. Trays contained overlapping discs which I hate, and 4. It wasn't obvious what disc was what film!

Pretty OCD I'll admit, but I'm happier with the swing trayed individual cases. The only thing that bugs me now is to store Batman Begins with the other "B"s, or keep it with the two Dark Knight films in "D"!!

I'm actually referring to the latest set which is housed in wafer thin card. The book edition went oop a while back

Edited By: fuzzydunlop on Nov 16, 2016 13:48
1 Like #14
fuzzydunlop
I'm actually referring to the latest set which is housed in wafer thin card. The book edition went oop a while back

Fair enough, it was a while ago. LOL! If the review quote above is correct ("The Blu ray cases are your standard lovely looking cases") then it's quite ironic that you're actually getting three individually cased films anyway. Oh, plus the thin cardboard of course. ;)
#15
Cold, got this the year before last for £10.49 in November 2014.

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