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Hundreds of pre owned Blu-Rays for 50p / 75p each @ CeX

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Hundreds of Blu-Rays for 50p / 75p / £1 at CeX By the looks of it they've significantly dropped prices on 1000's of blu-ray discs. Collection in-store is free or +£2.50 per order for home delive… Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
Hundreds of Blu-Rays for 50p / 75p / £1 at CeX

By the looks of it they've significantly dropped prices on 1000's of blu-ray discs.

Collection in-store is free or +£2.50 per order for home delivery
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32 Likes
Thanks, ordered 10 copies of After Earth. We gotta look out for each other.
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roloboy
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roloboy
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Dying format.
do tell me what you think is going to replace Blu Ray lol.... nothing in the near future i can assure you!
Blu Ray sales are going down due to online streaming services.
Only reason to purchase a blu ray is for the special features.
If you think that a streamed film or tv show is the same quality as a Blu Ray disc, you are mistaken! And if you think online streaming will ever replace physical copies, you are again mistaken!
It can be the same quality or higher ( 4K streaming).
So long as you have the underlying infrastructure it can be done.

A Blu Ray disc holds around 26gb of data. That is picture AND audio. Do you really think that when you stream a "1080p" film from the internet you are streaming 26gb of data? NO, you are not.... you are streaming a compressed version of the film, with sacrifices made on audio quality and the bitrate. If everything you streamed was the raw blu ray data, you would hit your ISP data limit in about 3 days. Please, do some research first on this subject.... Streamed stuff just does not compare to the physical copy, and the same can be said about Vinyl / CDs compared to MP3 - again, an MP3 is nowhere near the same quality as the physical copy. There is a reason people spend thousands on home systems to play physical copies, and that is the superior quality they offer (and the fact they do not rely on any internet connection of any kind)

I'm sorry, but if you can't tell the difference between a Blu Ray and a streamed version, then you just do not know quality when you see it.
20 Likes
cannibalwombat
Thanks, ordered 10 copies of After Earth. We gotta look out for each other.


http://www.gifbin.com/bin/012012/1336500690_clay_pigeon_shooting.gif
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Lol blame me for the max 10 per order, last year I ordered about 1000 dvds from the 5p and 10p selection (they were for a charity car boot sale) my total order came to £75 , they were sent in desperate envelopes each containing max 5 discs , must have cost a few hundred in stamps ,lol, never mind made couple of ££££££ for charity
9 Likes
roloboy
PressureDrop
Fic
Dying format.
do tell me what you think is going to replace Blu Ray lol.... nothing in the near future i can assure you!
Blu Ray sales are going down due to online streaming services.
Only reason to purchase a blu ray is for the special features.

If you think that a streamed film or tv show is the same quality as a Blu Ray disc, you are mistaken! And if you think online streaming will ever replace physical copies, you are again mistaken!

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3 Likes #1
Shame your only allowed a max of 10 items per order now!
#2
Nice, heat!
#3
They don't offer click and collect?
1 Like #4
limited to only 10 items per order, incurring 2.50 shipping and no more than two of the same item. cex have gone down hill. they were not even that good to begin with....

Edited By: Monkey nuts 2 on Aug 16, 2016 22:18: .
32 Likes #5
Thanks, ordered 10 copies of After Earth. We gotta look out for each other.
4 Likes #6
cannibalwombat
Thanks, ordered 10 copies of After Earth. We gotta look out for each other.
At least you got some nice replacement cases and some Frisbee's :)
20 Likes #7
cannibalwombat
Thanks, ordered 10 copies of After Earth. We gotta look out for each other.


http://www.gifbin.com/bin/012012/1336500690_clay_pigeon_shooting.gif
#8
How does one choose to collect from store?
#9
cannibalwombat
How does one choose to collect from store?


There is no collect in store service at cex.
19 Likes #10
Lol blame me for the max 10 per order, last year I ordered about 1000 dvds from the 5p and 10p selection (they were for a charity car boot sale) my total order came to £75 , they were sent in desperate envelopes each containing max 5 discs , must have cost a few hundred in stamps ,lol, never mind made couple of ££££££ for charity
#11
Any recommendations on good titles? Had a scroll through for a couple mins and only spotted movies that are on Netflix etc or regularly rotated on tv channels.
1 Like #12
Heat for the heads up, however I'll only buy instore now as their after sales service is useless... (eg I never received an item and they want me to return it for a refund!?)
#13
cannibalwombat
Thanks, ordered 10 copies of After Earth. We gotta look out for each other.

Laughter Earth
#14
Monkey nuts 2
limited to only 10 items per order, incurring 2.50 shipping and no more than two of the same item. cex have gone down hill. they were not even that good to begin with....


That was my initial thought too when I noticed the 10 item limit. But on reflection, spread over entire 10 item order that's only 25p each. Go to the Amazon Marketplace and you're paying £1.26 del per item.

So not quite the free for all it once was, but still a pretty good deal.
1 Like #15
It's 10 blu-rays for £7.50 in total delivered haha, how can you complain
#16
I went a bit mad. Made two orders... LOL
1 Like #17
Finding music magpie better these days stacking offer codes. I got 20 decent indie world Cinema films for average of £1.69 each and 3 were new. Hard now to get such good deal with Cex 10 or order limits. Still worth a try though. I think the days of 30 decent blu's for am average of a quid each are over on Cex.
#18
Cameron92
Any recommendations on good titles? Had a scroll through for a couple mins and only spotted movies that are on Netflix etc or regularly rotated on tv channels.
Dragonball Evolution
https://uk.webuy.com/product.php?sku=5039036042000
#19
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Cameron92
Any recommendations on good titles? Had a scroll through for a couple mins and only spotted movies that are on Netflix etc or regularly rotated on tv channels.
Dragonball Evolution
https://uk.webuy.com/product.php?sku=5039036042000


certainly not that movie, personally I wouldn't recommend it. It has terrible graphics and a rubbish plot.
#20
Hardly ever worth buying anything instore from CEX, their bluray prices are retail and they've often missing the extras, such as the key to the ultraviolet copy, or the extras with games.
OTOH they're fussy as hell if you bring dvds and blurays or games in to sell.
2 Likes #21
jasee
Hardly ever worth buying anything instore from CEX, their bluray prices are retail and they've often missing the extras, such as the key to the ultraviolet copy, or the extras with games.
OTOH they're fussy as hell if you bring dvds and blurays or games in to sell.

That is almost completely inaccurate (apart from missing ultraviolet or DLC codes which is to be expected with a USED store).

CEX prices are generally very reasonable, often exceptional. Mainstream films tend to hold their price more, but after a month or so - depending on the title - can drop quite exponentially, especially near Christmas when they do an end of year clear-out. As for their more cult titles, I've picked up near new items upon release that are a third of the price in competing (and online) stores.

And as for you last statement, unless they've changed recently (and I hope they have) they're incredibly unfussy about trade-ins; quality control was never CEX's strong-point and they tend to accept pretty much most conditions. Or you must be trying to trade in some exceptionally knackered discs (or non-UK; they won't accept those).
1 Like #22
Let me guess all Danny Dyer and 50 cent movies..
1 Like #23
Monkey nuts 2
limited to only 10 items per order, incurring 2.50 shipping and no more than two of the same item. cex have gone down hill. they were not even that good to begin with....

Why would you want to buy the same blueray more than twice.
I am sure this to prevent greedy eBay sellers from buying all the good ones to resell
#24
oom
Let me guess all Danny Dyer and 50 cent movies..
A 50 cent movie for 50 pence hmm.
1 Like #25
Duckman
jasee
Hardly ever worth buying anything instore from CEX, their bluray prices are retail and they've often missing the extras, such as the key to the ultraviolet copy, or the extras with games.
OTOH they're fussy as hell if you bring dvds and blurays or games in to sell.
That is almost completely inaccurate (apart from missing ultraviolet or DLC codes which is to be expected with a USED store).
CEX prices are generally very reasonable, often exceptional. Mainstream films tend to hold their price more, but after a month or so - depending on the title - can drop quite exponentially, especially near Christmas when they do an end of year clear-out. As for their more cult titles, I've picked up near new items upon release that are a third of the price in competing (and online) stores.
And as for you last statement, unless they've changed recently (and I hope they have) they're incredibly unfussy about trade-ins; quality control was never CEX's strong-point and they tend to accept pretty much most conditions. Or you must be trying to trade in some exceptionally knackered discs (or non-UK; they won't accept those).

They also accept far too much stuff that looks like it's been sourced 'for free' (_;)
#26
Dying format.
#27
Was toying with the idea of shifting all my BDs but if they are only buying at about 10p I'd rather hang on!
1 Like #28
Fic
Dying format.
do tell me what you think is going to replace Blu Ray lol.... nothing in the near future i can assure you!
#29
PressureDrop
Fic
Dying format.
do tell me what you think is going to replace Blu Ray lol.... nothing in the near future i can assure you!

Blu Ray sales are going down due to online streaming services.
Only reason to purchase a blu ray is for the special features.
9 Likes #30
roloboy
PressureDrop
Fic
Dying format.
do tell me what you think is going to replace Blu Ray lol.... nothing in the near future i can assure you!
Blu Ray sales are going down due to online streaming services.
Only reason to purchase a blu ray is for the special features.

If you think that a streamed film or tv show is the same quality as a Blu Ray disc, you are mistaken! And if you think online streaming will ever replace physical copies, you are again mistaken!
#31
Just ordered, shame about 10 max though. :D
1 Like #32
PressureDrop
roloboy
PressureDrop
Fic
Dying format.
do tell me what you think is going to replace Blu Ray lol.... nothing in the near future i can assure you!
Blu Ray sales are going down due to online streaming services.
Only reason to purchase a blu ray is for the special features.
If you think that a streamed film or tv show is the same quality as a Blu Ray disc, you are mistaken! And if you think online streaming will ever replace physical copies, you are again mistaken!

Netflix and Amazon are already streaming some shows in 4K. Physical copies will be replaced by digital IMO.
Just look at how photography has evolved... Anyways 50p for a Blu-ray, can't argue that - just to rip a digital copy alone.

With broadband speeds forever increasing (currently on Virgin's 100Mbp), it's only a matter of time.





Edited By: illusionuk on Aug 17, 2016 11:25: .
#33
PressureDrop
roloboy
PressureDrop
Fic
Dying format.
do tell me what you think is going to replace Blu Ray lol.... nothing in the near future i can assure you!
Blu Ray sales are going down due to online streaming services.
Only reason to purchase a blu ray is for the special features.
If you think that a streamed film or tv show is the same quality as a Blu Ray disc, you are mistaken! And if you think online streaming will ever replace physical copies, you are again mistaken!

It can be the same quality or higher ( 4K streaming).

So long as you have the underlying infrastructure it can be done.
1 Like #34
roloboy
PressureDrop
Fic
Dying format.
do tell me what you think is going to replace Blu Ray lol.... nothing in the near future i can assure you!
Blu Ray sales are going down due to online streaming services.
Only reason to purchase a blu ray is for the special features.

I buy Blu Ray because the picture is far better than a streamed or even downloaded copy.
You go looking for a so called Blu-ray rip online and you'll see in most cases they are around 1.5GB for a film and they will generally claim it's 1080p
Impossible...

Same with streaming - you can't get the bandwidth to stream that standard of quality.
Even a 4k stream will pale in comparison to a 4k BR.

I'll happily pick up blu-rays from Poundland/CEX when they're dirt cheap. Nothing in this current run by CEX appeals to me, did pick up Die Hard With A Vengeance for £2 in store on Monday though.

I've never understood why people are happy to pay best part of £15 for a new copy of something they'll end up watching once (or never).

Edited By: WalkerboyUK on Aug 17, 2016 11:21
1 Like #35
Collection in-store IS free... you do a stock check online and walk to your fecking closest store
6 Likes #36
rsboden
It's 10 blu-rays for £7.50 in total delivered haha, how can you complain
You must be new here ;)
People would complain if they were given a free tablet but no charger.
24 Likes #37
roloboy
PressureDrop
roloboy
PressureDrop
Fic
Dying format.
do tell me what you think is going to replace Blu Ray lol.... nothing in the near future i can assure you!
Blu Ray sales are going down due to online streaming services.
Only reason to purchase a blu ray is for the special features.
If you think that a streamed film or tv show is the same quality as a Blu Ray disc, you are mistaken! And if you think online streaming will ever replace physical copies, you are again mistaken!
It can be the same quality or higher ( 4K streaming).
So long as you have the underlying infrastructure it can be done.

A Blu Ray disc holds around 26gb of data. That is picture AND audio. Do you really think that when you stream a "1080p" film from the internet you are streaming 26gb of data? NO, you are not.... you are streaming a compressed version of the film, with sacrifices made on audio quality and the bitrate. If everything you streamed was the raw blu ray data, you would hit your ISP data limit in about 3 days. Please, do some research first on this subject.... Streamed stuff just does not compare to the physical copy, and the same can be said about Vinyl / CDs compared to MP3 - again, an MP3 is nowhere near the same quality as the physical copy. There is a reason people spend thousands on home systems to play physical copies, and that is the superior quality they offer (and the fact they do not rely on any internet connection of any kind)

I'm sorry, but if you can't tell the difference between a Blu Ray and a streamed version, then you just do not know quality when you see it.
1 Like #39
PressureDrop
roloboy
PressureDrop
roloboy
PressureDrop
Fic
Dying format.
do tell me what you think is going to replace Blu Ray lol.... nothing in the near future i can assure you!
Blu Ray sales are going down due to online streaming services.
Only reason to purchase a blu ray is for the special features.
If you think that a streamed film or tv show is the same quality as a Blu Ray disc, you are mistaken! And if you think online streaming will ever replace physical copies, you are again mistaken!
It can be the same quality or higher ( 4K streaming).
So long as you have the underlying infrastructure it can be done.
A Blu Ray disc holds around 26gb of data. That is picture AND audio. Do you really think that when you stream a "1080p" film from the internet you are streaming 26gb of data? NO, you are not.... you are streaming a compressed version of the film, with sacrifices made on audio quality and the bitrate. If everything you streamed was the raw blu ray data, you would hit your ISP data limit in about 3 days. Please, do some research first on this subject.... Streamed stuff just does not compare to the physical copy, and the same can be said about Vinyl / CDs compared to MP3 - again, an MP3 is nowhere near the same quality as the physical copy. There is a reason people spend thousands on home systems to play physical copies, and that is the superior quality they offer (and the fact they do not rely on any internet connection of any kind)
I'm sorry, but if you can't tell the difference between a Blu Ray and a streamed version, then you just do not know quality when you see it.

I agree, that at this current time Blu-ray is the superior format. But with faster broadband speeds and better compression techniques (H.265 looks impressive). It's only a matter of time when streaming services will surpass Blu-ray... think we can agree it's already done it to DVD.
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PressureDrop
roloboy
PressureDrop
roloboy
PressureDrop
Fic
Dying format.
do tell me what you think is going to replace Blu Ray lol.... nothing in the near future i can assure you!
Blu Ray sales are going down due to online streaming services.
Only reason to purchase a blu ray is for the special features.
If you think that a streamed film or tv show is the same quality as a Blu Ray disc, you are mistaken! And if you think online streaming will ever replace physical copies, you are again mistaken!
It can be the same quality or higher ( 4K streaming).
So long as you have the underlying infrastructure it can be done.
A Blu Ray disc holds around 26gb of data. That is picture AND audio. Do you really think that when you stream a "1080p" film from the internet you are streaming 26gb of data? NO, you are not.... you are streaming a compressed version of the film, with sacrifices made on audio quality and the bitrate. If everything you streamed was the raw blu ray data, you would hit your ISP data limit in about 3 days. Please, do some research first on this subject.... Streamed stuff just does not compare to the physical copy, and the same can be said about Vinyl / CDs compared to MP3 - again, an MP3 is nowhere near the same quality as the physical copy. There is a reason people spend thousands on home systems to play physical copies, and that is the superior quality they offer (and the fact they do not rely on any internet connection of any kind)
I'm sorry, but if you can't tell the difference between a Blu-Ray and a streamed version, then you just do not know quality when you see it.

You can go on about quality but the fact is Blu-Ray is a dying format. If you think a 1080p Blu Ray picture is better quality than a 4k stream then you really haven't got a clue.

I also like your comparison of Vinyl and CD's to MP3's - have you heard of FLAC / Lossless / Tindal. Educate yourself by reading this article

Below is a fact

In 2015, Blu-ray and DVD sales fell 12 percent while digital-media sales jumped 16 percent, following years of similar trajectories for both categories, according to figures from the Digital Media Group. In fact, digital sales also surpassed physical media purchases last year, clocking in at $8.9 billion compared with $8 billion. And let's not forget about streaming subscriptions, which jumped 20 percent to reach $5.7 billion.

This also provides some useful info ..... Blu-Ray Struggles in the Digital Age

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