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Mad Men - Complete Season 1 And 2 (Blu-Ray) Boxset £28.95 + Free Delivery @ DVD.co.uk

£28.95 @ Base.com
Awesome price as this is actually cheaper than the cheapest Series 1 Bluray boxset (£29.98 @ Amazon) and cheaper than Series 2 Bluray boxset (£29.85 @ Zavvi) and the next cheapest Series 1&2 Bluray bo… Read More
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[mod] 7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Awesome price as this is actually cheaper than the cheapest Series 1 Bluray boxset (£29.98 @ Amazon) and cheaper than Series 2 Bluray boxset (£29.85 @ Zavvi) and the next cheapest Series 1&2 Bluray boxset I can find is £39.89 @ Sendit and up to £42.49 @ MovieMail

Matthew Weiner, a writer and executive producer for THE SOPRANOS, may have set this series in the picture-perfect 1960s, but his characters are just as scheming as the mobsters on his last show. MAD MEN begins in 1960 on Manhattan's Madison Avenue at the fictional ad agency of Sterling Cooper. Creative director Don Draper (Jon Hamm) rules the halls of his company and the hearts of every woman he meets, while his wife, Betty (January Jones), struggles to be the perfect mate and mother back in Connecticut. But just as in the world of advertising, Don may not be all that he appears.

In MAD MEN, the glass ceiling is dangerously low, and sexism reigns in a way that may shock modern viewers. But this isn't the prim '60s of THE DICK VAN DYKE SHOW; Weiner's characters seduce, smoke, and swig with abandon--often within the walls of Sterling Cooper. MAD MEN takes equal parts substance and style to create an addictive cocktail that fully earned its freshman season wins at the Golden Globes for Best Dramatic Series and Best Actor in a Drama.
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#1
scorching
#2
Excellent show
#3
I may be doing this wrong,
But I can see it on DVD for £29 but I can't see it on Blu ray.
Anyone got a direct link?
#4
CJRamze
I may be doing this wrong,
But I can see it on DVD for £29 but I can't see it on Blu ray.
Anyone got a direct link?

Nope, you're not doing it wrong Chris because it's not available on blu-ray for that price, least it's not available any more anyways. They only have season 1 on blu-ray for £28.95, you can only buy both seasons on DVD from that site for £29.95

COLD!
[mod]#5
Thor_UK
Nope, you're not doing it wrong Chris because it's not available on blu-ray for that price, least it's not available any more anyways. They only have season 1 on blu-ray for £28.95, you can only buy both seasons on DVD from that site for £29.95

COLD!


If a deal has expired it's more useful to hit the "expire" link rather than vote cold. When the deal was posted there was stock of this Bluray boxset at £28.95; I'm afraid it now has expired, which is why we have the expire link to select rather than the vote cold link. Just so you know for any future deals that may have sold out ;-)
#6
This deal has not expired !!! HOT

I have just ordered a copy.......:thumbsup:

Thanks for posting :thumbsup:, I would vote hot but unable because the deal is marked as expired.
#7
Yeah, its not expired ive just ordered mine.
[mod]#8
glassjawed
Yeah, its not expired ive just ordered mine.


Thanks - unexpired :thumbsup:
#9
Been thinking off getting this for a while. I just thought that the £40 being asked at most retailers was just a little too much. This is a scorching price. I ordered straight away just in case the offer expires again. Well spotted. :thumbsup:

Just noticed that the DVD's are out of stock and that they actually cost £1.00 more than the BD's. Very odd. Good for us though!
suspended#10
Excellent series! Cheers!

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