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007 - The Daniel Craig Collection (4k UHD + Blu ray + Digital Copy) (Releases 22/10/19) 43.70 delivered @ Amazon US
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007 - The Daniel Craig Collection (4k UHD + Blu ray + Digital Copy) (Releases 22/10/19) 43.70 delivered @ Amazon US

£45.32£59.9924%Amazon US Deals
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Posted 17th Oct 2019Shipping from United StatesEdited by:"Biddy2"

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Nearly 25% cheaper than buying from the UK and you should receive it before the UK release date too. (11th Nov). The UK release doesn’t include digital copies either and it’s fairly easy to redeem these with a VPN. (Plenty of VPNs offer a 7 day free trial on iOS that will allow you to quickly redeem these. Just remember to cancel the subscription in your iTunes settings once you’ve done it.) Digital codes are Vudu. Sorry all. Was expecting Google Play considering these are distributed by Fox.

Price includes all delivery and import fees. At checkout, make sure you choose the cheapest delivery option that includes them as on of the options does not.

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If your package gets through customs without them claiming the fees, Amazon will refund them back about 3 months later too so could end up being an even bigger saving.
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The shame about this is that there's one more DC movie to add to collection, but can't be too picky. Good find.
The name's Ray..............


........... 4K Blu-Ray
ordered thanks
He's not even finished being bond .... stuff like this is a joke
However it wont be long before these decrease in price over in France & Germany so be may worth waiting, I would like to ask the OP @Biddy2 how he redeemed the UV Copies and does it LINK to your UK account, I have purchased multiple blu-rays from overseas in the past and find redeeming them in the UK is so much hassle as you have to create multiple separate accounts and in my opinion trying to redeem them is not worth the hassle at all, its far from easy, I tried a few times but gave up in the end, Just ended up throwing them in the bin. So the OP claims its easy but its not, unless you fancy spending ages setting up multiple UV accounts etc.
Edited by: "lettherebedeals" 18th Oct 2019
If you are not fussed about physical this is £19.99 on iTunes in 4K. Heat
Edited by: "ThePointyEnd" 18th Oct 2019
vig1lante18/10/2019 09:40

He's not even finished being bond .... stuff like this is a joke


It is a complete set. There won’t be a complete Daniel Craig boxset unless Fox/MGM work out a deal. The next bond film with Craig is being distributed by Universal. These will end up having the same issues Disney had with Star Wars A New Hope, until they bought Fox. (Fox owned that film.)
lettherebedeals18/10/2019 11:41

However it wont be long before these decrease in price over in France & …However it wont be long before these decrease in price over in France & Germany so be may worth waiting, I would like to ask the OP @Biddy2 how he redeemed the UV Copies and does it LINK to your UK account, I have purchased multiple blu-rays from overseas in the past and find redeeming them in the UK is so much hassle as you have to create multiple separate accounts and in my opinion trying to redeem them is not worth the hassle at all, its far from easy, I tried a few times but gave up in the end, Just ended up throwing them in the bin. So the OP claims its easy but its not, unless you fancy spending ages setting up multiple UV accounts etc.


Not sure what you were doing but you’ve made it sound overly complex when it isn’t.

It is ridiculously easy. Create a Movies Anywhere account using a VPN (I used a trial as I mentioned.) Link your Google Play account. Redeem the code. Then it shows up on your UK Google account without a VPN. I did it for the Fast and the Furious 8 Movie boxset. Over and done in less than 5 mins.
Edited by: "Biddy2" 18th Oct 2019
ThePointyEnd18/10/2019 12:10

If you are not fussed about physical this is £19.99 on iTunes in 4K. Heat …If you are not fussed about physical this is £19.99 on iTunes in 4K. Heat


Have they added HDR to those yet? I think they didn’t include it in the beginning. If not, must be coming soon what with this release around the corner. Love my Apple TV. Best streaming box for picture quality by a long shot.
Biddy218/10/2019 12:18

Have they added HDR to those yet? I think they didn’t include it in the b …Have they added HDR to those yet? I think they didn’t include it in the beginning. If not, must be coming soon what with this release around the corner. Love my Apple TV. Best streaming box for picture quality by a long shot.



Just checked they are not showing the HDR tag
ThePointyEnd18/10/2019 12:22

Just checked they are not showing the HDR tag


It’ll happen soon I’m sure. They usually get updated once the blu-rays hit.
Biddy218/10/2019 12:18

Have they added HDR to those yet? I think they didn’t include it in the b …Have they added HDR to those yet? I think they didn’t include it in the beginning. If not, must be coming soon what with this release around the corner. Love my Apple TV. Best streaming box for picture quality by a long shot.


Whats the picture quality like compared to 4k disc?
Mark_W12b18/10/2019 18:34

Whats the picture quality like compared to 4k disc?


It’s very close to matching it. Not identical but the cheaper film prices offset that. The part it falls down on, is with the audio. If you’re used to 5.1 (or more) sound from blu ray discs, you can tell it’s a bit compressed and muddy by comparison. (It’s even like that on Atmos soundtracks too).

I tend to buy my most favourite films on disc (where I want the best picture and sound quality) and others on Apple TV.
Edited by: "Biddy2" 18th Oct 2019
Biddy218/10/2019 12:16

Not sure what you were doing but you’ve made it sound overly complex when i …Not sure what you were doing but you’ve made it sound overly complex when it isn’t. It is ridiculously easy. Create a Movies Anywhere account using a VPN (I used a trial as I mentioned.) Link your Google Play account. Redeem the code. Then it shows up on your UK Google account without a VPN. I did it for the Fast and the Furious 8 Movie boxset. Over and done in less than 5 mins.



Yeah, but MGM movies aren't part of Movies Anywhere, and that includes all of the Bond films (at present).

I suspect the digital copy will be an iTunes or Vudu affair if this follows suit, and won't easily be portable into Google Play or the like. I'd love to be wrong, but sadly not expecting it.
PWestgarth19/10/2019 23:29

Yeah, but MGM movies aren't part of Movies Anywhere, and that includes all …Yeah, but MGM movies aren't part of Movies Anywhere, and that includes all of the Bond films (at present).I suspect the digital copy will be an iTunes or Vudu affair if this follows suit, and won't easily be portable into Google Play or the like. I'd love to be wrong, but sadly not expecting it.


Yep you’re correct. They are Vudu redemptions. Silly really as they have to be redeemed on the Fox Redeem website too.

Guess people can sell them on to some Americans on eBay at least. Should recoup some money back that way.
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