HD MOVIES Ultraviolet Digital inc DARK KNIGHT TRILOGY, Gravity, Hangover Trilogy, Hobbit SMAUG, Hunger Games: Catching Fire, MAD MAX Trilogy, Sherlock Holmes Collection & more @ eBay: miss_seductive - from £2.49 - HotUKDeals
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A great way to get digital movies for low prices (cheaper than renting too) and in HD quality :) Codes are emailed.
Most of these are £2.49, Trilogies are £4.99!!!
A few other good deals (inc Back to the Future) on eBay but sellers don't have high enough rating to post here.
Created an earlier post with loads of SD films too, from a wider variety of sellers.

Ultraviolet is just the newer version of "Digital Copies" that are normally included with Blu-rays Double or Triple Plays. Can download, stream and play them on TVs, Computer, Smartphones etc.

Some great bargains here, especially the trilogies/collections.
Enjoy :)

AMAZING SPIDERMAN - £2.49
ARGO - EXTENDED EDITION - £2.99
ARGO - £2.49
CLOUD ATLAS - £2.49
EXTREMELY LOUD & INCREDIBLY CLOSE - £2.49
GANGSTER SQUAD - £1.99
GRAVITY - £2.49
JACK THE GIANT SLAYER - £2.49
MAD MAX TRILOGY - £4.99
MAN OF STEEL - £2.49
PACIFIC RIM - £2.49
SHERLOCK HOLMES - 2-FILM COLLECTION - £3.99
SHERLOCK HOLMES - A GAME OF SHADOWS - £2.49
THE CALL - £2.49
THE CAMPAIGN - £2.49
THE CONJURING - £2.49
THE DARK KNIGHT TRILOGY ** - £4.99
THE GREAT GATSBY - £1.49
THE HANGOVER PART III - £2.49
THE HANGOVER TRILOGY ** - £4.99
THE HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT 2 - £2.49
THE HOBBIT - AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY - £2.49
THE HOBBIT - AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY - ** EXTENDED EDITION ** - £2.99
THE HOBBIT: ** THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG ** - £2.99
THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE - £2.99
WE'RE THE MILLERS - £2.49
YOU'RE NEXT - £2.49

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#3
Havent Ebay started removing these on the basis they infringe the licence issued to them, in that they only licenced when you own the product that they were supplied with?
#4
is this not a copyright issue
#5
Is this even legal?
#6
Legal? Sounds like the digital equivalent of buying a dodgy dvd in the pub! Can't believe the studios would allow this.
#7
These have been being sold on eBay for years, even when the digital copy was on a DVD disc. Some of the prices above are steep compared to others on ebay, but great post compiling them.
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These are of course legit.

Its a code that comes with a DVD/BluRay, so the you buy, essentially, a physical *AND* a digital copy.

If these people then choose to sell on the Digital Code - its legal. Its not like the digital is to be used as back up only.

HOWEVER

Be wary, that most UV Codes have to be redeemed with Flixster, which is the worlds most temperamental app.

I have loads of UV movies in my library, but not only does the current Flixster app *NOT* support saving the films to external media (meaning on most phones you can have 1 or 2 movies installed at a time), but they make it CRAZY difficult to download and move them.

I download them to device, then move them to card (manually). Then when I want to watch them, I have to move them back to my phone - as they cant be played from the SD Card. They are also especially encoded so they will only work through the Flixster App.

Ive been so frustrated at not being able to freely watch a film (as it will crash a LOT too). That ive just ended up buying it from the Play Store, so I can watch it uninterruptedly.
#9
Silhouette
These are of course legit.

Its a code that comes with a DVD/BluRay, so the you buy, essentially, a physical *AND* a digital copy.

If these people then choose to sell on the Digital Code - its legal. Its not like the digital is to be used as back up only.

HOWEVER

Be wary, that most UV Codes have to be redeemed with Flixster, which is the worlds most temperamental app.

I have loads of UV movies in my library, but not only does the current Flixster app *NOT* support saving the films to external media (meaning on most phones you can have 1 or 2 movies installed at a time), but they make it CRAZY difficult to download and move them.

I download them to device, then move them to card (manually). Then when I want to watch them, I have to move them back to my phone - as they cant be played from the SD Card. They are also especially encoded so they will only work through the Flixster App.

Ive been so frustrated at not being able to freely watch a film (as it will crash a LOT too). That ive just ended up buying it from the Play Store, so I can watch it uninterruptedly.
I think you will find its a copyright issue. The code is not a physical copy of the film, its a digital copy controlled by DRM, and licensed for you to view it. Does anybody remember Bruce Willis who wanted to leave his kids his iTunes collection, but was told he hadn't actually bought any of it, merely licensed it, and once he died, so did the license. I am sure if you read the terms and conditions of the license, it would be carefully worded in such a way that the licence to view the content was only applicable if you physically owned the film on blueray/dvd etc. Its a copyright issue.

Edited By: bouncy99 on Jul 08, 2014 10:32
#10
http://pages.ebay.com/help/policies/downloadable.html

Does the seller own the intellectual property?
#11
wonkyleg
http://pages.ebay.com/help/policies/downloadable.html

Does the seller own the intellectual property?

They've bought the BluRay - therefore yes?!

So they've then chosen to sell their digital entitlement to that content?

I dont know.

It stinks of grey area - but I bet there is some small print somewhere.

I didnt know about the Bruce Willis thing. Thats immense!

By immense... I mean criminally crazy.
#12
Silhouette
wonkyleg
http://pages.ebay.com/help/policies/downloadable.htmlDoes the seller own the intellectual property?
They've bought the BluRay - therefore yes?!

The answer is no. In no way does anyone own the intellectual property of a product they buy, if they did they could make illegal dvd copies and sell them on ebay. Therefore selling these digitally is against ebay's policy and could see the buyer lose out as well as the seller.
#13
wonkyleg
Silhouette
wonkyleg
http://pages.ebay.com/help/policies/downloadable.htmlDoes the seller own the intellectual property?
They've bought the BluRay - therefore yes?!

The answer is no. In no way does anyone own the intellectual property of a product they buy, if they did they could make illegal dvd copies and sell them on ebay. Therefore selling these digitally is against ebay's policy and could see the buyer lose out as well as the seller.
i would agree with that interpretation. its licensed, and they would don't have the authority to sell that license on under the terms of the license, and whoever buys it doesn't have a valid license so would i guess be in breach of copyright.
1 Like #14
eBay obviously don't see this as an issue as there are thousands of codes for sale on the site.
#15
Grantos1
eBay obviously don't see this as an issue as there are thousands of codes for sale on the site.
and yet the do continue to remove them citing a violation of their terms and conditions. Lots of stories around the web from people who have had their auctions taken down for this.
[helper]#16
See thread linked in post #2 for loads of different listings from different sellers with high & good feedback.
This seller's ratings too -

miss_seductive ( 2338) Red star icon for feedback score in between 1,000 to 4,999)
Positive Feedback (last 12 months): 99.9%
Member since: 14-Mar-09 in United Kingdom
Registered as a business seller
This member is an eBay Top-rated seller

Consistently receives highest buyer ratings
Dispatches items quickly
Has earned a track record of excellent service

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Doesn't look like they're being taken down from where I can see (though I can't be bothered wasting time looking into this in depth), a lot of satisfied buyers.

In any case, it's the deals/prices that count and imo these are great.







Edited By: Jas10 on Jul 09, 2014 17:00
1 Like #17
You can buy ultraviolet codes directly and legally from retailers without the need to buy the physical media at all tho, can't you? Perhaps the above is just reselling a bulk order of those codes?

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