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Get an Oscar-winning DVD for FREE this weekend!

In anticipation of this weekend's big event we've organised a fantastic deal - spend over £30 with us and get one of 6 Oscar winning films absolutely free!

These fabulous freebies are far too good for any bargain bin and are no Oscar raspberries. There's the biopic of Edith Piaf La Vie en Rose which won Marion Cotillard a Best Actress statuette; the legendary Apocalypse Now - winner of Best Cinematography and Best Sound - plus the seminal Bonnie and Clyde (Best Supporting Actress and Best Cinematography).

Following on we have the hat trick of Picnic, an explosive mix of sexuality and social mores that won Best Art Direction and Editing; 2005's Best Foreign Film Tsotsi and finally the simply wonderful The Wizard of Oz, winner of Best Music and a whole load of hearts.

To claim your FREE DVD, add over £30 of items to your basket and enter the offer code OSCAR at the first stage of the checkout. You can then select your favourite.

But hurry, this fantastic offer ends at midnight on Monday!
Start shopping!

NB Free DVD offer available while stocks last and ends Midn't Monday 23rd Feb 09. One free DVD per household. We reserve the right to substitute alternative titles.
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Their prices are not so good. I just checked a film at random - In Bruges - they have it £8.99, but you can get it at HMV for £4.99 delivered. If everything else they have has a similar markup in price, your £30 basket could be had for less than £17 elsewhere. So the free DVD could be costing you £13.

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