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EXPIRED FS Brand New Sealed Wall-E 2 Disc Blu-Ray £12.00

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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months agoFeedback:102 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I bought this for my son for christmas thinking it was the double play with the dvd and blu-ray, didn't realise until after christmas that it's just the 2-discs are both blu-ray and we don't have a blu-ray player.

So here it is, brand new still sealed. I have had a look online at a few places, cheapest I could find was Zavvi at £14.45 although there's no mention of it being the 2-disc set, other places are £14.93 Amazon, £16.99 Play and £17.99 HMV, so grab yourself a bargain with this for £12 delivered :)

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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months agoFeedback:102 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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Edited By: cookie334 on Mar 22, 2011 14:45
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£8.99 at bee.com, the two disc version is the standard version I'm afraid!

http://www.bee.com/blu-ray/feature-film/family/wall-e/
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cookiemonster83
£8.99 at bee.com, the two disc version is the standard version I'm afraid!

http://www.bee.com/blu-ray/feature-film/family/wall-e/

Thanks I'm prepared to reduce the price if it is available at this price elsewhere. However are they definitely the same as they look quite different to me? As I said, I'm happy to get the going rate, just want to make sure they're the same first (as I'm gutted I paid £14 for this :( lol)

Actually it doesn't matter, I'm just going to close the thread as there's bound to be someone I could give it to as a present and I'd feel better doing that than losing that amount lol

Edited By: cookie334 on Mar 22, 2011 16:48: edit
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cookie334
cookiemonster83
£8.99 at bee.com, the two disc version is the standard version I'm afraid!

http://www.bee.com/blu-ray/feature-film/family/wall-e/


Thanks I'm prepared to reduce the price if it is available at this price elsewhere. However are they definitely the same as they look quite different to me? As I said, I'm happy to get the going rate, just want to make sure they're the same first (as I'm gutted I paid £14 for this :( lol)


I think the photo you are seeing at other retailers is a stock photo, but you'll notice there's no age rating or anything on them. If you go on ebay and search 'wall-e blu ray', you'll notice that every single one with a picture of the actual item has the age ratings and is the two disc edition. I actually can't find a trace of any other edition besides this one?

What about if I bought you a brand new DVD version?


Edited By: cookiemonster83 on Mar 22, 2011 16:53: ...
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Must've posted at the same time there. Thanks, I don't know, I'd assumed there would only be one edition too so not sure. I had a feeling that would be the case though, just going to give it as a gift I think ;)

Ooops keep cross posting lol, would've gone for your offer if we hadn't already bought him one. We realised when he went to watch it a few days after christmas and had to buy him the dvd back in January lol. The actual pictures on the boxes are different as well though, that's what confused me?

Edited By: cookie334 on Mar 22, 2011 16:57

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