Harry Potter Collection - Years 1 to 6 DVD @ Amazon - £14.49 - HotUKDeals
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I believe this is also the same price at HMV. Methinks Amazon reduced their price to match HMV. However, this is the one I am posting.


Follow the first six years of Harry Potter's matriculation at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry with this box set that contains the original video releases of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. The films, based on the writings of author J.K. Rowling, chart Harry's progress as he discovers his magical powers, meets his soon-to-be two best friends, learns how to play the school sport, Quidditch, and begins to understand how the forces that killed his parents are still out to do him harm. In the sixth thrilling instalment, Harry returns to Hogwarts for another year of schooling and learns more about the dark past of the boy who grew up to become his arch nemesis, Lord Voldemort. While trying to thwart Voldemort's evil plans and save both the Muggle and wizarding worlds from imminent disaster, Harry is struck by the love bug that seems to be going around Hogwarts. Fortunately, Dumbledore, his trusty mentor, is on hand to prepare him for the monumental battle that's looming ever closer.
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#1
Isnt this 14.00 or something in hmv for blu-ray?
I know not everyone wants blu-ray but they could reduce the dvd's accordingly
#2
canada16
Isnt this 14.00 or something in hmv for blu-ray? I know not everyone wants blu-ray but they could reduce the dvd's accordingly

Do you mean THIS ONE at £24.99? That is £10.50 more. And I don't have a blue ray player, so they are no use to me.
Now, where is the ordinary box set being sold cheaper than £14.49?
#3
thanks, don't know why this is being voted cold...
#4
shibi din
canada16
Isnt this 14.00 or something in hmv for blu-ray? I know not everyone wants blu-ray but they could reduce the dvd's accordingly
Do you mean THIS ONE at £24.99? That is £10.50 more. And I don't have a blue ray player, so they are no use to me. Now, where is the ordinary box set being sold cheaper than £14.49?

Chill out mate!
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PaulTheYid
shibi din
canada16
Isnt this 14.00 or something in hmv for blu-ray? I know not everyone wants blu-ray but they could reduce the dvd's accordingly
Do you mean THIS ONE at £24.99? That is £10.50 more. And I don't have a blue ray player, so they are no use to me. Now, where is the ordinary box set being sold cheaper than £14.49?
Chill out mate!

I am chilled, mate. Strangely enough getting more chilled as time goes by. Getting a bit ticked off though that I could have bought this cheaper, if only people would reveal where.
#6
voted hot as i haven't found it cheaper else where and i don't want blu ray!
#7
hot but 14.99 hmv and quidco if this sells out
#8
dawny
hot but 14.99 hmv and quidco if this sells out

Same price (14.49) at HMV, plus 5% Quidco.
Double Nectar points at Amazon.
Nice to have a choice isn't it?
#9
dawny
hot but 14.49 hmv and quidco if this sells out
#10
diGriz
dawny
hot but 14.49 hmv and quidco if this sells out

Why did you quote that and change to 14.49, when it says 14.99 in dawny's post?
I answered her post to point out the (small) error.
#11
HMV is the better deal.
#12
diGriz
HMV is the better deal.

It's the same price!!

Quidco is not guaranteed.

And I was asking why you changed the post that you quoted.

Edited By: shibi din on Nov 22, 2010 13:32
#13
If you have be this defensive of a deal you post (as in, you've made 5 posts in the first page) then don't be upset when it doesn't sky-rocket to 1000 degrees.
#14
teddy1590
If you have be this defensive of a deal you post (as in, you've made 5 posts in the first page) then don't be upset when it doesn't sky-rocket to 1000 degrees.

To answer your post. I don't think I'm being defensive, I am responding to people's (incorrect) posts. The first poster got it wrong when they said it was £14 for blu-ray.
I put in my opening post that it was the same price at HMV - when someone else (post 7) said the same they got the price wrong so I corrected them.
Why is that defensive?
And who on earth said anything about being upset? You'll find very few deals go to 1000 degrees.
#15
shibi din
diGriz
HMV is the better deal.


It's the same price!!

Quidco is not guaranteed.

And I was asking why you changed the post that you quoted.


I corrected it and made it clear that HMV wasn't £14.99. Quidco always tracks at HMV for me. If you prefer Amazon go for it by all means but as this is a hot deal site the HMV one was worth clarifying as it's the hotter deal. And as mentioned above, you do seem very agitated. It's just a deal on a website don't sweat it.
#16
Amazon or HMV it's all a matter of taste. This is still a Hot price and a hot deal for me.
#17
I'm one of the luck ones who got a Black Friday deal from Amazon, including this in bluray for £12.97 - fantastic! That said, this is certainly the cheapest I've seen, so hot from me!

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