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Avatar on DVD £5 when you spend £50 at Morrisons!!! with newspaper voucher

£5.00 @ Morrisons
Starting Monday 26th April, you can get Avatar on DVD for £5 when you spend £50 instore with vouchers from national papers. Vouchers will be printed in (Sunday) Sunday Mirror, Sunday Express, Mai…
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Instructions:Starting Monday 26th April, you can get Avatar on DVD for £5 when you spend £50 instore with vouchers from national papers.

Vouchers will be printed in (Sunday) Sunday Mirror, Sunday Express, Mail on Sunday, The People, Daily Star Sunday, (Monday) Daily Mirror, Daily Express, Daily Mail, The Sun and Daily Star.. Read below for main points of T&C's

Customer must spend £50 (excluding price of Avatar (which is £12) in a single transaction
£50 spend must be from main checkouts or Audio/Techno Bar, not at Petrol, Pharmacy, Cafe, Dry Cleaning, Tobacco or Lottery
£50 spend must be in one single transaction
Not applicable against Avatar on BluRay
Only open to UK residents 18 and over
Voucher Valid 26/04/10 - 02/05/10
You are advised to read the T&C's printed with voucher.

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#1
Next weeks shopping at Morrisons then!
#2
Just watched it for free online, great price though (if your gonna spend 50 quid anyway).
#3
InTheKnow444
Just watched it for free online, great price though (if your gonna spend 50 quid anyway).

Unless you Dl'd a 720p/high quality version, you have not experianced it correctly.
#4
No it was 1080p hd version.

I'll be buying it on blueray anyway.
#5
scorchio
#6
InTheKnow444
I'll be buying it on blueray anyway.
Of course you will! :p
#7
It's ordered already, play.com, like you said, gotta watch it on a big screen to get max enjoyment.

Only watch selected movies online to decide IF i should fork out for them.

Shutter Island the case in point, watched it for free, and saved paying out for something i wouldn't watch twice.
#8
of course you did, link please ;)

Btw, anydvd, makemkv and dvd passkey haven't cracked the protection yet...
#9
Awesome deal but I really think I want this one on blu-ray...although I said that about district 9 and the DVD looks fine. Hmm Choices!
#10
I'm assuming this voucher will be accepted at Tesco's - as it is their policy to accept competitors vouchers...?
#11
PC1
I'm assuming this voucher will be accepted at Tesco's - as it is their policy to accept competitors vouchers...?


I like the sound of this :thumbsup:
#12
not applicable to avatar on bluray! shame,
#13
PC1
I'm assuming this voucher will be accepted at Tesco's - as it is their policy to accept competitors vouchers...?


I thought it was only ASDA vouchers they accepted?
#15
tsimehC
I thought it was only ASDA vouchers they accepted?


According to Marketing Weekly :geek: , the policy was amended in October 2009 to the following :

Tesco is tightening its coupon redemption policy and will now only accept those redeemed against the correct item being promoted.

Doesn't mention anything about specific retailers...
#16
PC1
According to Marketing Weekly :geek: , the policy was amended in October 2009 to the following :

Tesco is tightening its coupon redemption policy and will now only accept those redeemed against the correct item being promoted.

Doesn't mention anything about specific retailers...



PC1 Yes it's true that they have tightened up their policy regarding coupons.So if you get a coupon say for 50p off Domestos (for example) they will only let you use it if you have purchased the Domestos.
However, I was unsure if they still accepted 'conditional spend' coupons from other competitiors (ie.£5 off a £25 shop type) so a few weeks ago I emailed them to see if they would clarify what coupons they would accept .They confirmed that providing that you have met the spend threshold on the competitor coupon, their staff should be accepting these coupons and that they accept conditional spend coupons for retailers including Asda,Waitrose,Sainsbury,Farmfoods,Lidl and Morrisons.
Hope this helps
#17
How many vouchers do you need?
banned#18
InTheKnow444
It's ordered already, play.com, like you said, gotta watch it on a big screen to get max enjoyment.

Only watch selected movies online to decide IF i should fork out for them.

Shutter Island the case in point, watched it for free, and saved paying out for something i wouldn't watch twice.

Even thieves hate being called thieves, hence all the defensive justifications.
banned#19
summerjoo
PC1 Yes it's true that they have tightened up their policy regarding coupons.So if you get a coupon say for 50p off Domestos (for example) they will only let you use it if you have purchased the Domestos.
However, I was unsure if they still accepted 'conditional spend' coupons from other competitiors (ie.£5 off a £25 shop type) so a few weeks ago I emailed them to see if they would clarify what coupons they would accept .They confirmed that providing that you have met the spend threshold on the competitor coupon, their staff should be accepting these coupons and that they accept conditional spend coupons for retailers including Asda,Waitrose,Sainsbury,Farmfoods,Lidl and Morrisons.
Hope this helps


since last week they wont accept farmfoods vouchers, have just tried tonight and they wont take them



oops thought you where on about tescos, sorry
#20
pipsqueak
How many vouchers do you need?


Just the one
#21
the guy who said that watched in HD online - link please ;)

and I'm second to call it bulls** ;)
#22
InTheKnow444
It's ordered already, play.com, like you said, gotta watch it on a big screen to get max enjoyment.

Only watch selected movies online to decide IF i should fork out for them.

Shutter Island the case in point, watched it for free, and saved paying out for something i wouldn't watch twice.

Oh okay then, I guess that makes it not theft...
:whistling:
#23
This is a great deal.......well if you plan on spending £50 in morrisons anyway. I think that Blu-ray is a must for this though. Just my opinion. Heat and Rep.
#24
InTheKnow444
No it was 1080p hd version.

I'll be buying it on blueray anyway.


its blu-ray....not blue-ray
#25
Villa
Even thieves hate being called thieves, hence all the defensive justifications.


He's talking a load of ***** ... There isnt a BluRay rip out yet.
At best he watched an untouched DVD9 copy or rip from it.

I use newsgroups & torrents, dont mind saying ... and no bluray rips at all yet.
#26
Shutter Island the case in point, watched it for free, and saved paying out for something i wouldn't watch twice.


Then if you're not prepared to watch it twice you're an ignorant muppet.
The directing on Shutter Island is world class, watch it twice and the amount of new things you pick up on will be quite surprising, and you'll watch the film in a totally different mindset to what you did before.
#27
PC1
According to Marketing Weekly :geek: , the policy was amended in October 2009 to the following :

Tesco is tightening its coupon redemption policy and will now only accept those redeemed against the correct item being promoted.

Doesn't mention anything about specific retailers...


Think it is store specific.

My local Tescos accept Sainsbury's vouchers.
#28
i found out about this deal last night. its good if you are planning on spending over £50 but i dont & i work there! we do our shops at asda

its a bit rubbish that they havent included the bluray in the offer also. it wouldve been a good film to start bluray offers on. for £3 more than the dvd you get the bluray & dvd together.
#29
Waiting for the 3D version, for my sexy 3D TV coming in May! hehe
#30
Only £8.99 at Sainsbury. No Min spend
suspended#31
Wow, it looks so pretty through the 3D glasses, yet it's a steaming turd of a movie. Take away the 3D and it's a really average film. I hate the way the world is going :x.
#32
This is a brilliant move on Morrisons behalf. What better way to pack your shops out. It should be free after your £50 shop.

Tesco £13 Blu + DVD Combo is a better deal.

Sprat to catch a mackerel.
#33
McCormack
Oh okay then, I guess that makes it not theft...
:whistling:


You know what really makes it not theft? The fact it's not theft, that's what.

Those "piracy is theft" adverts completely wind me up...it's just a lie.

"You wouldn't steal a handbag."
No, I wouldn't. Because the person I stole it from would be left without the handbag. I, myself, would not like to be left without my handbag (well, if I were a girl :)) - and I believe in "do unto others".

Now, lets put the advert right...

"You wouldn't copy a handbag."
Actually, I might - if I really liked a design, I might borrow it. Sure, I might get into trouble for counterfeiting or somesuch - but not for THIEVING the handbag - because I haven't taken it from the orginal owner...

The same thing, put a little more formally:
"A person is guilty of theft, if he dishonestly appropriates property belonging to another with the intention of permanently depriving the other of it" - if I copy the handbag, I've not deprived the other of it at all...

I'm not saying piracy isn't wrong, or illegal - it's just not theft.
#34
i always spend over £50 must get voucher
#35
just so you know, you have to spend £50 EXCLUDING avatar, so £62 before you get £7 off

as one of the guys that'll be trying to sell this in morrisons on monday, i have to say its THE worst big dvd deal we've ever done!

so as a member of the audio staff in morrisons i'm getting the bluray/dvd version......... from tesco online!
#36
Thanks for this great deal, it has been featured in Bitterwallet's deals of the day!

http://www.bitterwallet.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/thanks_bitterwallet.png
#37
Similar deal at toys r us, but not as good, £5.99 when you spend £60
#38
PC1
I'm assuming this voucher will be accepted at Tesco's - as it is their policy to accept competitors vouchers...?


Has anyone tried their Morrisons voucher at Tesco? I know Tesco are selling it for £7, but I wouldn't mind paying two quid cheaper!!!! Tightwad!!!!
#39
gratts
Then if you're not prepared to watch it twice you're an ignorant muppet.
The directing on Shutter Island is world class, watch it twice and the amount of new things you pick up on will be quite surprising, and you'll watch the film in a totally different mindset to what you did before.


Then can me an ignorant muppet too as I wouldn't watch it again.... you didn't happen to find There Will Be Blood full of 'brooding intensity' did you?
#40
Anyone used their staff discount with this?

I am assuming that the £50 spend must be after staff discount as well as not including the DVD. Which would mean spending £69 including the £12 DVD. £69 - £6.90 = £62.10 then minus your £7 discount for DVD = £55.10. Has anyone been able to get it, I don't do my shopping till a Friday, probably have none left by then.

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