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all 4 films £2.50 each Resident Evil , Apocalypse , Extinction & Afterlife on blu ray
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Late#1
Already posted here. (Zavvi and The Hut are the same company.)


BTW £10.95 divided by 4 is not £2.50...
fanpages#2
Late
Already posted here. (Zavvi and The Hut are the same company.)...


Zavvi.com & TheHut.com are not the same company.

Zavvi Limited (Zavvi.com) is a wholly owned subsidiary of parent company, The Hut Group.
The Hut.com Limited (TheHut.com) is a wholly owned subsidiary of parent company, The Hut Group.
sonnymejim#3
Good price....crap films!
Ellis456#4
Watched res evil 1 last night when it was on TV, haven't really sat through it all the way before and thought it was crap, nothing like the game, ill be going back to my gamecube re1 remake .....
blugardian#5
Posted for Sainsburys first weeks ago and Zavvi, Amazon etc followed suit. Granted the films are not great but Resident Evil bluray on it's own is £8 everywhere!
Hogz of war#6
Good price , Good films . Apparently the transfer is good on the first but not the second unsure of the other two .
AugQX#7
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Late
Already posted here. (Zavvi and The Hut are the same company.)...

Zavvi.com & TheHut.com are not the same company.

Zavvi Limited (Zavvi.com) is a wholly owned subsidiary of parent company, The Hut Group.
The Hut.com Limited (TheHut.com) is a wholly owned subsidiary of parent company, The Hut Group.

CDs, DVDs and games come from same warehouse, there is no link between the website and warehouse which often causes ordering delays, why pricing is different between the two websites on many occasions beats me...I suspect because people don't always shop around and the odd extra pound to Hut group is a major part of their business structure
Late#8
fanpages
Late
Already posted here. (Zavvi and The Hut are the same company.)...


Zavvi.com & TheHut.com are not the same company.

Zavvi Limited (Zavvi.com) is a wholly owned subsidiary of parent company, The Hut Group.
The Hut.com Limited (TheHut.com) is a wholly owned subsidiary of parent company, The Hut Group.


I'm aware of the group's structure. Given that the vast majority of items on both sites are identically priced, however, it's fair to treat them as the same company and is silly to post deals on each separately. If one site has a different price to the other it's most likely because one of them just hasn't been updated yet or there's been a mistake.

If you think posting those (and other Hut Group company) deals separately is okay think it through to other companies. It's bad enough when the Game and Gamestation deals are duplicated (though that's not happening as often these days, of course), and all the Currys and PC World deals (again, not so bad now, as the subsidiaries are merged). Should all the Shop Direct company offers be posted repeatedly? Find something cheap (probably using some dodgy "new customer" code), then make a load of different posts showing you've found the offer on Littlewoods, Very, Marshall Ward, Woolworths, Empire Direct, et al?

Let's not encourage it to become more widespread.
Otherwise you're inviting people to look out for Zavvi/Hut/Iwoot deals posted here, to then look for them on the sister sites, and post them here as separate deals they've found themselves. Not the end of the world, of course, but it's messy and quite ridiculous.
tommay#9
gone up at zavvi now anyway
fanpages#10
tommay
gone up at zavvi now anyway


...and, hence, why the "Deals" for the separate entities should remain separate.

Different weekly offers, or different voucher code schemes, or even different cashback percentages for the entities should warrant separate "Deal" thread listings.

However, you can collate all subsidiaries into one & add them as "The Hut Group" to the "Do not buy from these merchants" list...

"Hut Group issues" (previously "Is it not time The Hut Group were banned from here?")
robot#11
Hawr

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