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Yellowstone - Blu Ray £8.00 HMV Instore

£8.00 @ HMV
Yellowstone is the Earth's most extensive thermal area and is home to more than 10,000 natural springs, fumaroles, mud pots and geysers than those found in the rest of the world put together. This fas…
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Yellowstone is the Earth's most extensive thermal area and is home to more than 10,000 natural springs, fumaroles, mud pots and geysers than those found in the rest of the world put together. This fascinating documentary takes you inside one of our world's most amazing natural wonders and focuses on the variety of different species that live there.

Might be store specific but cheapest I have ever seen it, even second hand it rarely goes below £9.

Is meant to be a very high quality Blu Ray (haven't watched it yet to test for myself!). Can post receipt if required.

Edit: Found this in the Bromley store, it should be nationwide and will depend on stock but I imagine nearly every large store will have at least a couple of copies
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#1
Very good price, I didn't see it in the HMV I was in today.
#2
Yeah I have never seen it this low, even on Amazon Marketplace/Play Trade etc it never goes below £9 and breaks my £8 max for a Blu Ray rule!!

I actually found it a little by accident, the last two in Bromley were tucked in between 2 other films right in the corner, something in my head made me think to just check it wasn't part of their summer sale......and it was!
1 Like #3
The greatest place on Earth in my humble opinion, would love to be there when the next super eruption takes place. Would be very exiting for about 10 seconds.
1 Like #4
Brilliant series.
#5
Yeah just watching it now, very good series. I can also report that the blu ray quality is also very good.
#6
£10.64 online and the codes dont work to get it cheaper
1 Like #7
Been there - what a fantastic place, truly God's country!
#8
shakennstirred
£10.64 online and the codes dont work to get it cheaper


It's an instore only deal (for now at least). I thought I put it in the title but let me know if it is not appearing with the full title on your computer
1 Like #9
cjblfc
Yeah I have never seen it this low, even on Amazon Marketplace/Play Trade etc it never goes below £9 and breaks my £8 max for a Blu Ray rule!!

I actually found it a little by accident, the last two in Bromley were tucked in between 2 other films right in the corner, something in my head made me think to just check it wasn't part of their summer sale......and it was!

I don't really like paying more than about £10 for a film, but make exceptions depending on the quality of the set. For example I got Arrow Films "Dawn of the Dead" Blu-ray set for £17 or £18 on the day of its release, but if you have a look at the set you'll understand why (I uploaded loads of pics to its Amazon Listing).


Edited By: imdave on Aug 23, 2010 01:08: .
1 Like #10
i remember watching this in Full HD on BBC HD after a world cup match. It was truly spectacular and well worth watching.
#11
imdave
cjblfc
Yeah I have never seen it this low, even on Amazon Marketplace/Play Trade etc it never goes below £9 and breaks my £8 max for a Blu Ray rule!!I actually found it a little by accident, the last two in Bromley were tucked in between 2 other films right in the corner, something in my head made me think to just check it wasn't part of their summer sale......and it was!
I don't really like paying more than about £10 for a film, but make exceptions depending on the quality of the set. For example I got Arrow Films "Dawn of the Dead" Blu-ray set for £17 or £18 on the day of its release, but if you have a look at the set you'll understand why (I uploaded loads of pics to [url=its Amazon Listing]its Amazon Listing[/url]).

Ooooooh no that is defo worthy of breaking the rule, very nice, besides it is several films in 1!! I just cannot justify more than about £8 when in about 2 years time they will be in a 4 for £20 HMV deal and in 4 years time there will be some new technology and I will be replacing my Blu Ray's saying how dated the image looks!
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Jelly Bean
i remember watching this in Full HD on BBC HD after a world cup match. It was truly spectacular and well worth watching.


Well your love this disc then, as the bitrate is like 3 or 4 times that of what was streamed by the BBC.
#13
£9.99 @play if you cant be bothered to go into town :)
#14
Emera1d
£9.99 @play if you cant be bothered to go into town :)

£9.93 @ Amazon

back to £17.99 on play

as such a decent price for the only decent thing from my £165 a year TV license.

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