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The Xbox 360 HD DVD Player offers Xbox 360 owners the most affordable way to jump into the next generation of DVD technology and experience HD DVD when they are ready. Just add Xbox 360 HD DVD Player to Xbox 360 for the ultimate home-theatre experience with more clarity and detail than high-definition TV (HDTV) content via broadcast, cable or satellite.
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#1
Argos.co.uk

£119.99
#2
Thanks robpears & LFC Muppet :)

Plenty in stock @ ARgos

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/208-5682643MMA67UC324835X.jpg
#3
these items are not as hard to get hold of now as a month or so ago.

I was in my local argos the other day and out of interest punched the number in the stock checker and they had 2!!

Was tempted but am not paying HD DVD prices just yet
#4
Probably been mentioned before, but you can also connect this to a PC for HDDVD playback through PowerDVD, so a cheap way to get into the world of 1080p movies! Also, Tesco do online HD DVD rentals now, so needn't be expensive.
#5
Cheapest place is through HMV.co.uk....

£124.99 after voucher. And 5% Quidco! Making... £118.74

Unless anyone knows of any cheaper?
#6
gary_rip
Cheapest place is through HMV.co.uk....

£124.99 after voucher. And 5% Quidco! Making... £118.74

Unless anyone knows of any cheaper?


Argos is cheaper. I don't include Quidco in my thinking as a) I don't use it and b) If I did decide to use it I wouldn't get that £6 anyway as it's be eaten up by the Quidco initial payment thingy.
#7
Artemis
Argos is cheaper. I don't include Quidco in my thinking as a) I don't use it and b) If I did decide to use it I wouldn't get that £6 anyway as it's be eaten up by the Quidco initial payment thingy.


You really should use Quidco... That £5 soon goes then its all profit :thumbsup:

With Argos dont forget you would have to add the £4.95 delivery.
#8
Me and the missus are up to £1700 cashback since April 2006. Seriously, anyone NOT using Quidco is missing out big stylee! £5 a year is such a small price to pay for what you get. Crazy.
#9
Wow... thats a lot, im on £600+ and i thought that was good going!
#10
gary_rip
You really should use Quidco... That £5 soon goes then its all profit :thumbsup:

With Argos dont forget you would have to add the £4.95 delivery.


I'd use Quidco if I thought the annoyance of having to have it set up was worth the pennies. I tried it once, it didn't work because I run a tight ship on my computer and redirects and cookies etc simply don't happen. Figured the effort wasn't worth it.
#11
Artemis
I'd use Quidco if I thought the annoyance of having to have it set up was worth the pennies. I tried it once, it didn't work because I run a tight ship on my computer and redirects and cookies etc simply don't happen. Figured the effort wasn't worth it.



That was the reaction I initially got from my mates. 'Can't be @rsed' etc etc. I then told them to look at it like this. I got my home insurance with Barclays and LloydsTSB (separate policy for contents and buildings) thru Quidco, received £245 into my bank account approx 2 months later. the whole exercise took no more than an hour. So, I said to my mates: 'If your boss told you to work an hour over one night and he would give you £245 tax free, would you say yes?'. They signed up straight away and one of them is now up to almost £700 since Sep '06 and can't stop thanking me! Worth thinking about.
#13
gary_rip
Wow... thats a lot, im on £600+ and i thought that was good going!




There's probably an 'instant' £600 available as soon as you sign up simply by going through your standing orders and (gas/elec/life/home/car insurance etc) and checking out quotes with the companies on Quidco, Gary. I know someone who has earned over £3,000 since he joined.
#14
bellboys
That was the reaction I initially got from my mates. 'Can't be @rsed' etc etc. I then told them to look at it like this. I got my home insurance with Barclays and LloydsTSB (separate policy for contents and buildings) thru Quidco, received £245 into my bank account approx 2 months later. the whole exercise took no more than an hour. So, I said to my mates: 'If your boss told you to work an hour over one night and he would give you £245 tax free, would you say yes?'. They signed up straight away and one of them is now up to almost £700 since Sep '06 and can't stop thanking me! Worth thinking about.


If I was ever going to do something like that I would but I simply don't spend enough money online to make the hassle worth it.
#15
Artemis
If I was ever going to do something like that I would but I simply don't spend enough money online to make the hassle worth it.



I know this is going way off-topic, but you don't really have to spend loads of money online to justify using Quidco. The insurance cashbacks alone are so spectacular that they are worth joining up for that on their own. And they only charge you £5 a year once you have actually reached £5 in cashback. Until you do, the service is completely free.

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