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Lord of the Rings (all 3) on Blu-Ray £20.38 @Tesco + Quidco

£20.38 @ Tesco Direct
You need to use the infamous FTSL15-1 code to get this price. Not the box set, this is for the individual blu-rays. And no, they're not the extended eds but someone might want them. :) … Read More
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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
You need to use the infamous FTSL15-1 code to get this price.

Not the box set, this is for the individual blu-rays.
And no, they're not the extended eds but someone might want them.
:)

Fellowship of the ring in the main "go to deal link"

Two Towers
http://www.tescoentertainment.com/store/blu-ray/lord-of-the-rings-fellowship-of-the-ring/8:666811/

Return of the King
http://www.tescoentertainment.com/store/blu-ray/lord-of-the-rings-the-return-of-the-king/8:666832/
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#1
lol, get the feeling that the lack of extended versions has blow up in there faces considering the huge price drops on these!
#2
It is a bit of a jip, but it's not unexpected. They did this with the DVDs and no one complained as much as the masses have done with the BDs
#3
chromosome17
lol, get the feeling that the lack of extended versions has blow up in there faces considering the huge price drops on these!
#4
Still holding on for extended versions...but good deal for someone
#5
Not worth it, the picture quality is pretty poor (upscaled DVD rather than a true 1080p remastering) and i'm sure they're doing a proper conversion for the Extended Editions...

I hope George Lucas doesn't rush out with a half assed version of the Star Wars Blu-Rays next year!
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chaywa
Not worth it, the picture quality is pretty poor (upscaled DVD rather than a true 1080p remastering) and i'm sure they're doing a proper conversion for the Extended Editions...I hope George Lucas doesn't rush out with a half assed version of the Star Wars Blu-Rays next year!
Half-Assed?

From Lucas, I expect nothing else. It'll be the 'Special Editions' of IV, V & 6 with the extra effects that, in my opinion, spoil them.

And lets not forget that ....

Han.
Shot.
First.

Period!
#7
i bought all the normal editions when it was on dvd so this time gonna wait on the extended ones

same with the matrix trilogy
#8
Waiting for the extended edition. Id get this for 12 quid I suppose but would rather pay the extortionate price for the extended editions when they're released.
#9
Would have to be about £10 for me to even consider the theatrical versions
#10
Is very greedy of them imo. People know the extended versions exist and purchase of blu ray when you are very likely to have the dvd editions is more mopney for the same product just about. Greedy. Wait for the extended versions peeps. You dont blow all the money on plasmas and players just to skimp at the last moment.
#11
EE's for me too, hopefully they'll do a better job on them! My EE DVD's will do til then :)
#12
CODE!! GRRRR!!!!
#13
999tigger
Is very greedy of them imo. People know the extended versions exist and purchase of blu ray when you are very likely to have the dvd editions is more mopney for the same product just about. Greedy. Wait for the extended versions peeps. You dont blow all the money on plasmas and players just to skimp at the last moment.


Not only do they exist, but have been shown on American TV and are beautiful.
#14
Releasing the unextended film first is just outright abuse of the consumer. Where's the justifying in it? All they want is more money. It's borderline detestable.

Edited By: MintMouse on Sep 28, 2010 01:30: .
#15
waste of money - any fan or even non fan would surely prefer the proper versions.

but people will still buy these, not me though - ive staved off watching these films for so long i will only watch when they are in hidef and are the full versions.
#16
2012 isn't it for the Extended's?

Timed to coincide with theatrical release of The Hobbit?

I might be wrong...
#17
MintMouse
Releasing the unextended film first is just outright abuse of the consumer. Where's the justifying in it? All they want is more money. It's borderline detestable.

thats why so many peeps illegally d/load. why pay for numerous versions of the same film? pure greed, thats why
#18
Going to the ROTK + Philharmonic at the Royal Albert Hall tonight... that'll do me until the extended blu-rays come out :)
#19
nicmall
It is a bit of a jip, but it's not unexpected. They did this with the DVDs and no one complained as much as the masses have done with the BDs
Probably because when the DVDs first came out, most of us were unaware of the extended cuts - I know I was. But now we know they're available, it's a wonder why they haven't been remastered.
#20
BritishDragon
2012 isn't it for the Extended's?

Timed to coincide with theatrical release of The Hobbit?

I might be wrong...


2012 for The Hobbit seems unlikely given all the current troubles with actually getting the project green lit and the actor's unions..

Am holding out for the extended editions myself, no matter how much they tempt me, but for this is still a hot, hot deal
#21
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Han.
Shot.
First.

Period![/quote]

I think you'll find that won't hold up in court. I've seen conflicting evidence.
#22
According to Quidco the FTSL15-1 code expired on the 23rd? I still see deals daily using this code, is it actually still valid?
#23
clutch08
According to Quidco the FTSL15-1 code expired on the 23rd? I still see deals daily using this code, is it actually still valid?

its still valid i used it today to pre order back tot he future and aliens for 55 beans :D

saw the LOTR boxset in tesco today for £27 and all three films £8 each seperately i dont understand why the boxset is cheaper than the seperate films!? but im still holding out for the EEs

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