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Michael Mcintyre - HELLO WEMBLEY! 2009 DVD £7.00 Tesco in store

£7.00 @ Tesco Direct
This is a pricing error. Going through the till @ 9.97 but as you can see it's labelled £7.00 so they had to honour it! Woop woop! Edit: Please could people stop posting petty arguments about h… Read More
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
This is a pricing error.
Going through the till @ 9.97 but as you can see it's labelled £7.00 so they had to honour it! Woop woop!


Edit: Please could people stop posting petty arguments about how much they hate Michael Mcintyre.
Everyone has their own tastes when it comes to comedy and arguing over it like children doesn't actually do anything apart from annoy each other.
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#1
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sorry about the shocking image. phone cam!!
#2
BUY IT NOW!!! So funny.
#3
very unlikely that all of the stores will have priced this wrong. good if you can find it.
#4
This is in Asda for the same price too, if you can stand the tw*t!.....heat added for the deal, NOT the comedian!!!!!!
#5
I think MM is annoying as hell (and unfunny with it). But good price I guess.
#6
i swear i saw this advertised in my local for £7 the other day
#7
They don't have to honour a misprice, only an advertised price.
#8
my local says 7 quid on the shelf and the case also russel howard is reduced with some others, hoped for dylan moran and bill bailey but only in bigger stores it seems
#9
richeyboi
This is in Asda for the same price too, if you can stand the tw*t!.....heat added for the deal, NOT the comedian!!!!!!


Agreed. He really is a tw*t.
#10
If you actually got charged the 9.97 through the till in tesco then you should have gone to customer services, they should then give you "double the difference" back as you had been overcharged.

Charged £9.97

Stickered at £7 so overcharge of £2.97 x 2 = £5.94 given back to the customer as the double the difference.

So the DVD should have only ended up costing you £4.03!

Never point out an overcharge at the till in tesco! pay and then go to CS for your double the difference
#11
Buy this and give encouragement to a whole new generation of comedians who aren't funny.
#12
thelurch
If you actually got charged the 9.97 through the till in tesco then you should have gone to customer services, they should then give you "double the difference" back as you had been overcharged.


Was going to mention this myself
#13
I've never found one thing he screams funny.

Irritating - yes, Funny - no.


If you like him though, its probably an ok price.
#14
BEANZ-ON-TOAST
I think MM is annoying as hell (and unfunny with it). But good price I guess.

+1, he is an unfunny ponce
#15
he just seems to wobble about like a poor man's lee evans.

not the worst comedian the world has ever seen, but also hardly deserving of a lot of the hype he's got in the last few months.

worst comedian currently doing the rounds imo is Gina Yashere, she is just bloody awful, and apparently she must be cheap too, because if ever a crap list show needs an inane talking head, she always seems to be one of them spouting some unfunny opinion.
banned#16
memnoch1976
my local says 7 quid on the shelf and the case also russel howard is reduced with some others, hoped for dylan moran and bill bailey but only in bigger stores it seems


russell howard , how much if you can remember :thumbsup:

Knocks spots off Michael Mcintyre :roll:
#17
Hit and miss with him. Head added for the price
#18
got it for £6 at morrisons x
#19
god russell howard is even worse than MM. MM was ok when i first saw him, but its really boring now and he is incredibly pompous, a pompous **** at that. Rus Howard is like-able guy, but he just shouts random things at every punchline... again not funny hence why he's on bbc 3 with an audience of pre-teens and 8 viewers. ill put this £7 towards my ticket for frankie boyle later this year thanks!
#20
a completely unfunny ******* of a stand up.....irritating beyond belief
#21
Well I love him :)
#22
Good price, though never seen him was thinking of getting this, he can't be that bad surely if he managed to fill wembley!!!
#23
saw this last week in my local Asda for £7 along with a number of other well known chart comedy dvd's, e.g. Russell Howard

anyway checked again on Sunday its now £16:00 :roll::roll::roll:
#24
BEANZ-ON-TOAST
I think MM is annoying as hell (and unfunny with it). But good price I guess.


+1
#25
yeah, I bought Bill Bailey's new DVD in Tesco Brooklands the other night for £7 - all the comedy DVDs were reduced!

Max
#26
Nellster
. ill put this £7 towards my ticket for frankie boyle later this year thanks!


saw frankie boyle on tour in 2008, cheaper to buy the dvd its exactly the same show. If you want to see a truely brilliant comedian check out dara o'briain who is on tour this year- saw him a couple of weeks before frankie and he was much funnier and far less crude! :thumbsup:
#27
I like Michael Mcintyre, gets a bit predictable but still.... at least he is a comedian you can watch with children (and elderly people for that matter) in the room without hearing the word "****" every other sentence, you can watch this with the whole family without feeling uncomfortable the whole way through.

Family friendly entertainment +1
#28
diGriz
They don't have to honour a misprice, only an advertised price.


Actually, shops don't have to honour any price mentioned, be it through an advertisement or in-store labels.
Contract law states that for a contract to form there must be both an offer to sell, and an acceptance to buy. Case law has developed in such a way (Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain v Boots Cash Chemists (Southern) Ltd [1953]) that when a shop displays goods for sale (in an advert, on the shelf etc) it is actually classed as an 'invitation to treat', meaning the shop does is not actually making an offer to sell said products.
The contract is only formed when the customer takes the item to the till and offers to buy the product and the shop in turn accepts the agreement by taking their money.

Basically... shops have no duty to honour anything. They are under no legal obligation to sell anything to anyone, and it is up to the shop to choose who they would like to sell to (take for example a child trying to buy alchohol).
#29
Yep, I worked for a supermarket a few years ago and we stopped selling scratch cards to this one bloke who would just sit at the store entrance all day begging for money until he could buy another scratch card. We would sell him anything else, just not gambling related.
#30
Cursa
Actually, shops don't have to honour any price mentioned, be it through an advertisement or in-store labels.
Contract law states that for a contract to form there must be both an offer to sell, and an acceptance to buy. Case law has developed in such a way (Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain v Boots Cash Chemists (Southern) Ltd [1953]) that when a shop displays goods for sale (in an advert, on the shelf etc) it is actually classed as an 'invitation to treat', meaning the shop does is not actually making an offer to sell said products.
The contract is only formed when the customer takes the item to the till and offers to buy the product and the shop in turn accepts the agreement by taking their money.

Basically... shops have no duty to honour anything. They are under no legal obligation to sell anything to anyone, and it is up to the shop to choose who they would like to sell to (take for example a child trying to buy alchohol).


I was about to mention the exact same thing myself - Basically you're lucky if they honour the price on the sticker as they have no legal obligation to, so good deal if you can manage to blag it but it's by no means guaranteed.
#31
Comedy? If you are buying a video, or walking into a venue holding more than 250, you've missed the boat.
Ask Frankie Boyle.
#32
thelurch
If you actually got charged the 9.97 through the till in tesco then you should have gone to customer services, they should then give you "double the difference" back as you had been overcharged.

Charged £9.97

Stickered at £7 so overcharge of £2.97 x 2 = £5.94 given back to the customer as the double the difference.

So the DVD should have only ended up costing you £4.03!

Never point out an overcharge at the till in tesco! pay and then go to CS for your double the difference


Very true. After looking out for wrongfully priced items i gave up. Then the other week i pointed out a £10 overcharge at the till, and then kiclked my self as i would have got £20 back at customer service.

Some staff try and deny double the difference, so you have to stand your ground,
#33
This is not that good, the first dvd is much better.
#34
CunningStunts
I like Michael Mcintyre, gets a bit predictable but still.... at least he is a comedian you can watch with children (and elderly people for that matter) in the room without hearing the word "****" every other sentence, you can watch this with the whole family without feeling uncomfortable the whole way through.

Family friendly entertainment +1


Erm, its a 15........:roll:
#35
CunningStunts;7512240
I like Michael Mcintyre, gets a bit predictable but still.... at least he is a comedian you can watch with children (and elderly people for that matter) in the room without hearing the word "****" every other sentence, you can watch this with the whole family without feeling uncomfortable the whole way through.

Family friendly entertainment +1


If I had to sit through an entire dvd of McIntyre, I can assure you that you would definitely hear the word "****" every other sentence! ;-)
#36
Hooray for MM, give us some more!! Way better than Russel Howard!! Frankie Boyle is a legend in his own right!
#37
Saw McIntyre live in October - great DVD and a great price too!
#38
Cold, as others have pointed out you can DTD it for £4.03.
#39
its only £7.93 cheapest online at lovefilm so not saving much! not worth the hassle to see if its mistakenly £7!
£7.95 @ the hut and zavvi (use ur hotdeal zavvi vouchers if u won any during xmas)
£7.98 @ amazon plus if ur a student use your nus card to get 5% off
£7.99 @ play.com use the 5% nus number for students
#40
i got given this for xmas. anyone wants it they can have it for a £5 as i won't watch the ponce or swap for transformers 2 :)

no harm in trying haha

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