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HMV - Blu-ray Madness

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Noticed an ad in the Metro today from HMV promoting a new BOGOF instore offer on Blu-rays, titles including Monsters Inc.

I thought, great, usually about £20 in HMV, £10 a pop for Monsters Inc and something else isnt bad.

Wander in there to take a look.....and what do i see? Every single title in the BOGOF offer whacked up at £30 each! I was amazed. I've seen this kinda thing many times before, but not so bluntly. Monsters Inc for example is only £11.99 on their own website.

Really makes me lose faith in the high street, they're not doing themselves any favours in this 'current climate'.
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago

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Happens every christmas when Disney decide that its BOGOF time on DVD's.

Normally can pick up them up for £5, then all of a sudden its BOGOF and its £15 each.
This wasn't just Disney though, other titles like The Dark Knight were in the offer too.

Now that certainly IS Madness.
Yeah I popped in as well to my local HMV, saw the BOGOF deal and thought great, till I turned them over and saw the £30 label! They had 300 in this as well which I picked up for £9.99 last week.
That's disgusting!
And I LOATHE that HMV won't let you use their gift vouchers online, so if you are unlucky enough to end up with a gift voucher then you are forced to pay their stupid store prices! :x

I had a £30 voucher and 2 DVD's that would have cost £25 online cost me about £38 :w00t:
Sometimes you can pick up bargains in store; like the Planet of the Apes box set for £7 (6.30 with student discount), and the other day i got Verve Unmixed Vol. 1 and 3 for £3 each in store, they are £8 online and not in stock either. It costs more money to run a high street store than an online outlet- can you really blame them for trying to increase profits?

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