Harry Potter Collection - Years 1-7 Box Set at Tesco Entertainment £20 - HotUKDeals
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£20........for all 8 DVD's bargain!!!!
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#1
Amazing price for this collection, i thought the Sainsbury's Entertainment deal was good (£24.99) but this beats that by almost a fiver! Brilliant find and mega heat 8)
Plus you get 20 clubcard points, every little helps lol also potential of around £1.60 cashback if you use either Quidco or Topcashback!!!!

Edited By: silva21 on Dec 02, 2011 03:01: edit
#2
Might be worth mentioning. If you go via Quidco the price shows £30.00 untill you get to check-out.
#3
Is this the one on pre sale 32.00 if so mines going back and re ordering
#4
Brilliant ordered! On the front page of the website it shows price of £30 but when you click it on it changes to £20..Another Tescos clitch?
#5
Wonderful, sister wants this for Christmas and was just about to get it from Amazon for over £25.
#6
Showing at £20 on the Tesco page now (well for me anyway). Amazing bargain. Deathly Hallows pt2 alone is £10 at most places.
#7
Very good price. I have got this coming today from Amazon, got it for £25.50 - thought that was good!!
#8
Do people still buy DVDs? :|

Bluray players can be had quite cheap now....
#9
thanks :0)
#10
Brownrooster
Do people still buy DVDs? :|

Bluray players can be had quite cheap now....


yeah, great but dvd's are cheaper than blu-ray dvds by a hell of a lot. I don't want the end of dvds just yet :|
2 Likes #11
And, as usual, Amazon have price matched :)http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00543R3WG
#12
Not really that much cheaper anymore, can't really say £29.99 for the same movie boxset on blu-ray is alot more.

If you think the extra £10 isn't worth it for the blu-rays isn't worth it you must be mad. DVD's and SD TV look awful compared to HD and blu-ray.
#13
Brownrooster
Not really that much cheaper anymore, can't really say £29.99 for the same movie boxset on blu-ray is alot more.


It's approx 33% more, which is 'alot more'.
#14
Turnip
Brownrooster
Not really that much cheaper anymore, can't really say £29.99 for the same movie boxset on blu-ray is alot more.

It's approx 33% more, which is 'alot more'.

Not for what you are getting, £3.75 each for a Blu-ray or £2.50 for a sub standard grainy DVD. £3.75 is a bargain. if u think that's expensive you must be a tight.
#15
Darn it! tried to order but the secure card transaction checking keeps failing :(
#16
thanks what a bargain
#17
Bought.
Perfect for one of my boys, for playback on their xbox :) Thanks!
#18
Amazon price matching all these things within an hour or two makes prime so much more useful.
#19
Good deal, ordered :)
#20
very good deal the last harry potter film alone is more than a tenner
#21
Great deal - been looking out for this. Thanks OP heat added.
#22
Darn! Paid £25.50 on HMV last week for pre-order
#23
Brownrooster
Do people still buy DVDs? :|

Bluray players can be had quite cheap now....

Not a lot of point in a Bluray player without a HD tv. Had thought about investing for the future when I replace my tv but by then there'll likely be a new format replacing Bluray.
#24
The Blu-Ray box set is only "so much better" if you have a blu-ray player. If you don't then it's not really much use and dvd's will still be around for years to come.
#25
The bluray collection is only 15 pounds more. Woohoo. Nice gift for someone
#26
razord
And, as usual, Amazon have price matched :) [url=http%253A%252F%252Fwww.amazon.co.uk%252Fgp%252Fproduct%252FB00543R3WG]http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00543R3WG[/url]
Cheers, the last 2 times I ordered DVD's from Tesco Ent the disks were used/heavily scratched.
I refuse to buy from them anymore, so Amazon here I come :D.


RattlyNoise
Brownrooster
Do people still buy DVDs? :|

Bluray players can be had quite cheap now....
Not a lot of point in a Bluray player without a HD tv. Had thought about investing for the future when I replace my tv but by then there'll likely be a new format replacing Bluray.
Blu-ray will not be replaced for a very long time, seeing as they can store movies at higher resolutions than 1080p if needed, and TV's with higher 1080p will not be commonplace for a very, very long time.

Edited By: jukkie on Dec 02, 2011 12:33: .
#27
Amazon now have this for £20 too. Although you obviously dont get clubcard points and quidco with Amazon.
#28
If anyone is around Tesco in Richmond they are handing out £3 off vouchers for a £20 pound spend @ the entrance meaning you can get the Harry Potter boxset for £17! Plus I was able to use another voucher I had to get it for £14!
#29
Looks like I ordered 2 copies now !
1 Like #30
Spoke to customer services this morning and they said that If you already pre-ordered this from tesco's like I did and have already had it delivered then they will still only charge you £20. Even though when I pre-ordered it was £25.
#31
Another 20% off when you buy three items - great deal if you can find another two from the list - or buy three of these sets

Cheapest items in list only £3 each!

http://www.tescoentertainment.com/store/browse/campaign/adventcalendarday2/
#32
Ordered it for myself. Thank you.
#33
i had pre ordered this from amazon for £25.50 :( and it was delivered today, so i emailed them and told them i was disappointed about their price drop on the day of release and they have agreed to refund the difference just this once. :)
#34
tmb
Another 20% off when you buy three items - great deal if you can find another two from the list - or buy three of these sets

Cheapest items in list only £3 each!

[url=http%253A%252F%252Fwww.tescoentertainment.com%252Fstore%252Fbrowse%252Fcampaign%252Fadventcalendarday2%252F]http://www.tescoentertainment.com/store/browse/campaign/adventcalendarday2/[/url]

Doesn't appear in the list for me?

Edit: Just checked and it's not included.

Edited By: dunkerz on Dec 02, 2011 16:13: update
#35
dunkerz
tmb
Another 20% off when you buy three items - great deal if you can find another two from the list - or buy three of these sets

Cheapest items in list only £3 each!

[url=http%253A%252F%252Fwww.tescoentertainment.com%252Fstore%252Fbrowse%252Fcampaign%252Fadventcalendarday2%252F]http://www.tescoentertainment.com/store/browse/campaign/adventcalendarday2/[/url]

Doesn't appear in the list for me?

Edit: Just checked and it's not included.


hmmm it definitely was when I posted - must have taken it down :(
#36
get over yourselves everyody. cold.

source: major anti-potter troll
#37
jukkie
razord
And, as usual, Amazon have price matched :) [url=http%253A%252F%252Fwww.amazon.co.uk%252Fgp%252Fproduct%252FB00543R3WG]http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00543R3WG[/url]

Cheers, the last 2 times I ordered DVD's from Tesco Ent the disks were used/heavily scratched.
I refuse to buy from them anymore, so Amazon here I come :D.


RattlyNoise
Brownrooster
Do people still buy DVDs? :|

Bluray players can be had quite cheap now....

Not a lot of point in a Bluray player without a HD tv. Had thought about investing for the future when I replace my tv but by then there'll likely be a new format replacing Bluray.

Blu-ray will not be replaced for a very long time, seeing as they can store movies at higher resolutions than 1080p if needed, and TV's with higher 1080p will not be commonplace for a very, very long time.


I'm pretty sure DVDs won't be replaced for some time. Most of us aren't so obsessive about quality that we need Blu-Ray. We're alright with DVDs on regular DVD players or upscaled on Blu-Ray players. I think the next format will come before Blu-Ray replaces DVD
#38
http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2011-12/01/blinkbox-tesco-streaming says:

From 2 December, customers who buy a physical copy of a movie, on DVD or Blu-ray, in Tesco stores will get access to an online version of same film available to them in perpetuity, to stream to devices including PCs, Macs, iPads and, later this month, the Xbox 360.

Customers must use Tesco Clubcards for their DVD purchase, and have that Clubcard linked to their Blinkbox account. Once this is completed, all eligible movies bought from Tesco will appear in that customer's online library at the Blinkbox website. From here, movies can be streamed to devices that perhaps don't support DVD or Blu-ray, such as tablet computers.


http://www.tescoentertainment.com/store/browse/campaign/blinkbox/ has a list of films. It might only work for the single DVDs rather than this set with the whole series

Edited By: ahenry on Dec 02, 2011 19:41
#39
Dustoori - Dec 02, 2011 08:44
Brownrooster
Do people still buy DVDs?

Bluray players can be had quite cheap now....


yeah, great but dvd's are cheaper than blu-ray dvds by a hell of a lot. I don't want the end of dvds just yet


..and I'd have to buy several blu-ray players so the kids could watch these on their own TVs otherwise what's the point of buying kid's movies? So DVD's not dead yet.
#40
joevictor53
jukkie
razord
And, as usual, Amazon have price matched :) [url=http%253A%252F%252Fwww.amazon.co.uk%252Fgp%252Fproduct%252FB00543R3WG]http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00543R3WG[/url]

Cheers, the last 2 times I ordered DVD's from Tesco Ent the disks were used/heavily scratched.
I refuse to buy from them anymore, so Amazon here I come :D.


RattlyNoise
Brownrooster
Do people still buy DVDs? :|

Bluray players can be had quite cheap now....

Not a lot of point in a Bluray player without a HD tv. Had thought about investing for the future when I replace my tv but by then there'll likely be a new format replacing Bluray.

Blu-ray will not be replaced for a very long time, seeing as they can store movies at higher resolutions than 1080p if needed, and TV's with higher 1080p will not be commonplace for a very, very long time.


I'm pretty sure DVDs won't be replaced for some time. Most of us aren't so obsessive about quality that we need Blu-Ray. We're alright with DVDs on regular DVD players or upscaled on Blu-Ray players. I think the next format will come before Blu-Ray replaces DVD


Indeed, there's also an awful lot of high quality DVD players (s/h) out there now for a fraction of what they used to cost. They may not reach the ultimate of Blu-ray on a big screen but boy do they look good on a "standard" 32" and sound great through your hi-fi system.

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