Harry Potter Years 1-6 Blu-ray set £30 INSTORE @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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I was just in Tesco in Glossop and noticed that they had the Harry Potter Years 1-6 Blu-ray boxset for £30. I know this can be had for a little less at Tesco online with the 15% off code but this is cheaper than anywhere else I could see even online (next was Amazon @ £32.99). I did take a photo which I'll post for the doubting Thomas brigade if they need it.
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banned#1
thank you. very good deal
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looks like a good deal for bluray so heat from me

But - to be honest I cant fathom why adults get so excited and into harry potter ..... its for children. I cringe when I see people on the bus reading it, I think they believe they are entering some retro childhood club where they can talk Potter to other adults and feel superior. Very odd.

But .... it is fantastic that so many more children are getting excited about reading, I think it fell out of fashion, but hooray maybe there wont be a generation of idiots. But seriously, adults, read something appropriate
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juicyjackie
looks like a good deal for bluray so heat from me

But - to be honest I cant fathom why adults get so excited and into harry potter ..... its for children. I cringe when I see people on the bus reading it, I think they believe they are entering some retro childhood club where they can talk Potter to other adults and feel superior. Very odd.

But .... it is fantastic that so many more children are getting excited about reading, I think it fell out of fashion, but hooray maybe there wont be a generation of idiots. But seriously, adults, read something appropriate


I've just repped you for being very entertaining and whitty in this post as well as the 50% off facebook post :thumbsup:
#4
i would rather wait for all of them to come out but good deal
#5
juicyjackie
...But seriously, adults, read something appropriate


Oh all bow to the great Jackie - so superior to we mere mortals :x

Personally I can think of plenty other reasons for adults to read 'potter' but in any case why do you need to be so judgemental?

And no I've never read the books but having 'endured' all the films have been tempted to read the books to test my kids claims that "the books are so much better than the films" ;-)

P.S. The blu-ray set is currently £28.05 and the dvd set £21.24 on-line using the 15% code
#6
I suggest 'See Spot Run' or 'The very hungry caterpiller'
#7
juicyjackie
I suggest 'See Spot Run' or 'The very hungry caterpiller'


You're not that funny you know - but if you want to argue why not take this to misc?

[ note: I didn't say 'if you want to fight' - but maybe 'debate' would have been better - the reason I suggested misc was so this deal wouldn't be polluted by opinionated comments (I include mine) with no relevance to the deal - and you are totally missing the point if you think Hermione Gingold would include unargued and bigoted statements in her weaponery ]
#8
I am super funny :)

But you cannot disagree that Harry Potter is aimed at children, I applaud the massive impact it has had on children choosing to read more and the positive effect on improving child literacy.

But, there are millions of books aimed at adults that can expand your mind and opting to spend your time and intellect on kiddie books is well, weird. But to each their own I suppose

And with regards to your comments to arguing ......

“Fighting is essentially a masculine idea; a woman's weapon is her tongue.” Hermione Gingold
#9
Yaawwn!
#10
Not in my Tesco - paid £33 last night for it (however since I bought several cases of the glitchy tomatoes, it was virtually free!)
#11
I was back at the same Tescos before and it's still marked up as £30
#12
juicyjackie
I am super funny :)

But you cannot disagree that Harry Potter is aimed at children, I applaud the massive impact it has had on children choosing to read more and the positive effect on improving child literacy.

But, there are millions of books aimed at adults that can expand your mind and opting to spend your time and intellect on kiddie books is well, weird. But to each their own I suppose

And with regards to your comments to arguing ......

“Fighting is essentially a masculine idea; a woman's weapon is her tongue.” Hermione Gingold


If reading is a form of entertainment and the Harry Potter books entertain both children and adults I don't see that this can be a negative.

Why is it "weird" to want to share in an entertaining experience with those who are not in the same age group as yourself? Are you suggesting that entertainment providers should provide compulsory age limits for it's users?
#13
You are right tubbytony, the next child I see I will discuss the merits of reading Jackie Collins and Stephen King with them, maybe pass them a copy of playboy too

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