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Lord of The RIngs Extended Blu Ray Pre-order £49.99 @ Blockbuster

£49.99 @ Testing
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#1
http://www.blu-raystats.com/NewsLog/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/lotrextended.jpg
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I'm hanging on for the Ultimate Extended Directors Cut Limited Edition Steelbook Blu Ray box set.
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Pic made me laugh :)
#4
Decent price, though my £43.99 order from sainsburys was posted today :) (That was using a code though)
#5
No matter how I look at it, I just can't justify spending another £50 on LOTR releases.
If it was £39.99 I would probably bite, but I would much rather pay £30 and just get the 6 movie discs. Who on earth wants all the DVD extras yet again?

Edited By: MBeeching on Jun 23, 2011 22:13
#6
Good Photoshopped piccie. But I think at £50 this is blatant commercialism done in a not very good way. I loved buying the extended dvds because they came with figurines and collectables. This seems to come with very little. It will be bargain basement very quickly. I am a devote fan of the movies but won't purchase until it's less than £20.
#7
MBeeching
No matter how I look at it, I just can't justify spending another £50 on LOTR releases.
If it was £39.99 I would probably bite, but I would much rather pay £30 and just get the 6 movie discs. Who on earth wants all the DVD extras yet again?


Don't bite at £39.99, it's just wrong imo.
#8
Agree with £39.99 being too much.Wait a few weeks and the price will probably have dropped a lot.
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I just downloaded mine. It's been out for over a week on the P2P networks, and frankly, these guys can suck my balls if they think they're getting another penny out of me for this set of movies.
#10
matedodgy
MBeeching
No matter how I look at it, I just can't justify spending another £50 on LOTR releases.
If it was £39.99 I would probably bite, but I would much rather pay £30 and just get the 6 movie discs. Who on earth wants all the DVD extras yet again?


Don't bite at £39.99, it's just wrong imo.


You may have a point. I bought the Theatrical and Extended at full whack, then a third time as my little brother wanted it for Christmas.

Edited By: MBeeching on Jun 23, 2011 22:23
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Don't buy at this price. The Theatricals were more than this at launch, and were under £25 in a matter of weeks.
#12
teddy1590
Decent price, though my £43.99 order from sainsburys was posted today :) (That was using a code though)


SAME!! :D

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