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Time Crisis 4 +G Con for PS3- £48.95

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8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago
Simply games are selling time crisis 4 on the PS3 for £44 plus £4.95 delivery charge as they will deliver by courier as normally their postage is free.

This game is currently £47.45 from amazon.co.uk but Simply games are on Quidco at 4% cashback which makes it slightly cheaper than Amazon

If anyone knows of a cheaper price please post as I am looking for this game as cheap as possible. Not interested in the game that is not in the UK as their is a chance that customs will put duty charges on top
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#1
mmm..cold votes
Someone found a cheaper deal then?
#2
I think that Time Crisis 4 can only be considered a Hot Deal when it drops below £30.
#3
Movietyme - £44.99
#4
fastfish77
Movietyme - £44.99


from America though and if customs stop the parcel and charge you import duty you can guarantee it will be at least £10 on top of what you have paid
#5
BargainBinMan
I think that Time Crisis 4 can only be considered a Hot Deal when it drops below £30.


Cannot see it happening for a while and most shops are still selling it for £59.99 - £64.99
#6
No you dont. Movietyme are based in England. They have the goods shipped to them from America and they then send on to you. IThats how they get around the custom charges. Ive used them loads of times and rate them very highly!

NFS
from America though and if customs stop the parcel and charge you import duty you can guarantee it will be at least £10 on top of what you have paid
#7
fastfish77
No you dont. Movietyme are based in England. They have the goods shipped to them from America and they then send on to you. IThats how they get around the custom charges. Ive used them loads of times and rate them very highly!


Is this for definate as just found the following on their site

Q: Are shipments Liable To Import Tax & Duty?

A: [COLOR="Red"]Yes as a rule all items over £18 in value are liable for Customs Tax & Duty.
Customers of this site are responsible for paying local countries import taxes / duty and are none refundable by us.[/COLOR]


http://www.movietyme.com/catalog/faq.php
#8
Unless if it has changed somewhat very recently?? A guy by the name of Craig i think it was runs it all. I bought this game about a month to 2 months ago. Was delivered within a week and no extra charges.

I must have ordered hunddreds of products from Movietyme, all of which arrived safely and in good time - never ever paid any customs charges though

NFS
Is this for definate as just found the following on their site



http://www.movietyme.com/catalog/faq.php
#9
Amazon is cheaper, you even said so:roll:
banned#10
I reccomended movietyme in your deal request thread as i personally used them. I didn't get charged from taxes and bought time crisi4, burnout and fight night altogether. I received each one as an individual parcel and got no customs on all items
#11
paddymac7
Amazon is cheaper, you even said so:roll:


Amazon works out cheaper if you dont use Quidco

I will email Movietyme to see what they say about customs charges as if their was no posibility of customs charges they would not mention it on their site. If they say their is no chance for customs charges I will order from them as its £4 cheaper
#12
Movietyme are definitely customs friendly. You only have a problem when you order bigger items e.g. consoles, when they get shipped via courier. They're a similar operation to YesAsia, ship orders to the uk and then ship out to the customers.
#13
NFS
Is this for definate as just found the following on their site

Customers of this site are responsible for paying local countries import taxes / duty and are none refundable by us.



Learn to read, there is more than just the UK in this world.

It's been stated several times there are no customs for the UK, maybe other countries but not this one.

I'll also confirm that I have never been charged customs on any items from MovieTyme
#14
ThePennyPincher
Learn to read, there is more than just the UK in this world.

It's been stated several times there are no customs for the UK, maybe other countries but not this one.

I'll also confirm that I have never been charged customs on any items from MovieTyme


Chill out, I was only asking a question as I have been stung by customs in the past from various companies including playasia even though people say they have not been charged not every parcel comes through customs without being charged

Learn to count then pennypincher (if you count right the pennies will turn into pounds) as it's not been mentioned sereral times:whistling:

I know their are countries other than the UK and they are obviously not going to mention every one of them that has customs charges as most companies outside the EU are subject to VAT & customs duty if the items are over £18
http://customs.hmrc.gov.uk/channelsPortalWebApp/channelsPortalWebApp.portal?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=pageVAT_ShowContent&id=HMCE_CL_001454&propertyType=document
#15
:giggle: I can do Math, exageration is also my strong point.

However, before you come back with that, perhaps you should sharpen up on your basic punctuation and spelling skills :thumbsup:

Even if you are liable for charges, simply contact customer support of the merchant. They will usually mark the item as gift, or below the £18 threshold, allowing your parcel entry with no futher charges.
#16
ThePennyPincher
:giggle: I can do Math, exageration is also my strong point.

However, before you come back with that, perhaps you should sharpen up on your basic punctuation and spelling skills :thumbsup:

Even if you are liable for charges, simply contact customer support of the merchant. They will usually mark the item as gift, or below the £18 threshold, allowing your parcel entry with no futher charges.


Lol. I was only trying to make sure on the customs front as been stung so many times by customs. Might give this a go or hold off a bit longer and see if it comes down anymore in price over the next few weeks

No hard feelings:thumbsup:
#17
NFS
Lol. I was only trying to make sure on the customs front as been stung so many times by customs. Might give this a go or hold off a bit longer and see if it comes down anymore in price over the next few weeks

No hard feelings:thumbsup:


None taken :thumbsup: sometimes I like to act an ass. Appologies :gift:
#18
ThePennyPincher
None taken :thumbsup: sometimes I like to act an ass. Appologies :gift:


lol
Have you used them much then? just presumed with it being an American site that the goods would come direct from them to the customer.

Customs and excise should be stopped from added tax onto your parcels as they are a pain in the Ar**
#19
I've used Movietyme loads of times and never received a customs charge :)
#20
NFS
lol
Have you used them much then? just presumed with it being an American site that the goods would come direct from them to the customer.

Customs and excise should be stopped from added tax onto your parcels as they are a pain in the Ar**


I ordered a lot of cheap HD DVDs from them last year and had no problems. Recieved within a few days also which surprised me.

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