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2 4k films for about £30 @ Amazon Italy
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2 4k films for about £30 @ Amazon Italy

£27.20 £2.72 Amazon Italy Deals
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Refreshed 17th Aug (Posted 17th Aug)Shipping from ItalyPosted 17th Aug 2020

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Amazon Italy have some newish films in their 2 for 30 Euro promotion

I picked Bloodshot and Bad Boys for life - £30 for both including the postage

Most of the films are older/regularly on offer but they also have Jumanji the next level and Gemini man

might help someone? The code only gives a discount on two items, so you can't combine the postage if you want 4 films. but you can use it by check out multiple times

They also have Joker on 4k for £12 (£15 with postage). Boxes are in italian, but discs pick up your region and play the english soundtrack
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I've always wondered why people import films from Europe if they are the same as the UK format. Yes, you'll save a few pounds but then they'll have little resale value compared to the UK discs and can't trade them in anywhere if you decide to sell them.
Edited by: "steve123uk" 17th Aug
steve123uk17/08/2020 18:14

I've always wondered why people import films from Europe if they are the …I've always wondered why people import films from Europe if they are the same as the UK format. Yes, you'll save a few pounds but then they'll have little resale value compared to the UK discs and can't trade them in anywhere if you decide to sell them.


I'm with you.

My ocd wouldn't allow me to be content knowing there was a case there on the shelf in Italian or German. I'd feel dirty.
Edited by: "furiousjammin" 17th Aug
furiousjammin17/08/2020 18:16

I'm with you.My ocd wouldn't allow me to be content knowing there was a …I'm with you.My ocd wouldn't allow me to be content knowing there was a case there on the shelf in Italian or German. I'd feel dirty.


Same, I can only bring myself to do it if its something ommited from UK release for example I had to import the likes of Jojo Rabbit, Midsommar & Parasite
It's a shame there were not any more steelbooks
steve123uk17/08/2020 18:14

I've always wondered why people import films from Europe if they are the …I've always wondered why people import films from Europe if they are the same as the UK format. Yes, you'll save a few pounds but then they'll have little resale value compared to the UK discs and can't trade them in anywhere if you decide to sell them.


Ha! I'm dubious about the resale value, try scanning some of your steelbooks or 4ks into music magpie you might get a shock
steve123uk17/08/2020 18:14

I've always wondered why people import films from Europe if they are the …I've always wondered why people import films from Europe if they are the same as the UK format. Yes, you'll save a few pounds but then they'll have little resale value compared to the UK discs and can't trade them in anywhere if you decide to sell them.



sometimes difficult to obtain in the uk titles

or just plain too good to miss bargains
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close encounters special edition is

£90 nearly

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I got it plus bladerunner2049 grease anniversary edition and close encounters special edition all for £32


and not to everyone's taste but got 4 transformers films on 4k for less than the price of 1


yes that's £13.80 including delivery and they are all 4k + Blu-ray so 2 disks each
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Yes some of the front covers and pretty much all of the back covers are in a different language but you get a bargain that far out weighs the language barrier

Not sure about others here but i don't usually read the back of movie boxes anyway
Edited by: "kobrakaan1" 17th Aug
kingmobuk17/08/2020 18:56

Ha! I'm dubious about the resale value, try scanning some of your …Ha! I'm dubious about the resale value, try scanning some of your steelbooks or 4ks into music magpie you might get a shock


Yep, Music Magpie would give you a shock. Because they’re in the business to exploit people, to make the biggest profit. So can’t really compare.
If you get the right steelbook, and it’s pretty desirable, it can go for a reasonable amount. Sometimes double (or more) retail value. Not saying that happens all the time, but suggesting Music Magpie gives you a competitive price is wrong.
steve123uk17/08/2020 18:14

I've always wondered why people import films from Europe if they are the …I've always wondered why people import films from Europe if they are the same as the UK format. Yes, you'll save a few pounds but then they'll have little resale value compared to the UK discs and can't trade them in anywhere if you decide to sell them.


I got the Italian version of the Christopher Nolan boxset from £28

Uk cost £80
ashmac17/08/2020 20:10

I got the Italian version of the Christopher Nolan boxset from £28 Uk cost …I got the Italian version of the Christopher Nolan boxset from £28 Uk cost £80


was that the 21 disk set? i blagged the 21 disk set from HMV for £50 they had miss priced the full 4k set with the bluray set price
kobrakaan117/08/2020 20:17

was that the 21 disk set? i blagged the 21 disk set from HMV for £50 they …was that the 21 disk set? i blagged the 21 disk set from HMV for £50 they had miss priced the full 4k set with the bluray set price


Yes the 21 disc , good going to get that haha
kobrakaan117/08/2020 19:18

sometimes difficult to obtain in the uk titlesor just plain too good to …sometimes difficult to obtain in the uk titlesor just plain too good to miss bargains[Image] close encounters special edition is£90 nearly[Image] I got it plus bladerunner2049 grease anniversary edition and close encounters special edition all for £32and not to everyone's taste but got 4 transformers films on 4k for less than the price of 1 yes that's £13.80 including delivery and they are all 4k + Blu-ray so 2 disks each [Image] [Image] Yes some of the front covers and pretty much all of the back covers are in a different language but you get a bargain that far out weighs the language barrier Not sure about others here but i don't usually read the back of movie boxes anyway


Is the Close Encounters set the one with the box that lights up and plays the tune?
mooglamachuck17/08/2020 22:39

Is the Close Encounters set the one with the box that lights up and plays …Is the Close Encounters set the one with the box that lights up and plays the tune?


sure is little vid i made of it
Edited by: "kobrakaan1" 17th Aug
Kobrakaan, how did you get transformers for that price?
matt7617/08/2020 19:25

Yep, Music Magpie would give you a shock. Because they’re in the business t …Yep, Music Magpie would give you a shock. Because they’re in the business to exploit people, to make the biggest profit. So can’t really compare. If you get the right steelbook, and it’s pretty desirable, it can go for a reasonable amount. Sometimes double (or more) retail value. Not saying that happens all the time, but suggesting Music Magpie gives you a competitive price is wrong.


hhmmm so Music Magpie exploit people as opposed to you charging up to twice what you paid on "the right steelbook"? Sure you can sell discs for more, but their prices include a profit margin and are based on how many were sold. Blurays, dvds and 4k films have terrible resale values as a rule as they are mass produced. If you want a copy of a film buy it, if you want to make money from it best of luck, but 90% of them will go for well under what you paid for them
kingmobuk18/08/2020 11:24

hhmmm so Music Magpie exploit people as opposed to you charging up to …hhmmm so Music Magpie exploit people as opposed to you charging up to twice what you paid on "the right steelbook"? Sure you can sell discs for more, but their prices include a profit margin and are based on how many were sold. Blurays, dvds and 4k films have terrible resale values as a rule as they are mass produced. If you want a copy of a film buy it, if you want to make money from it best of luck, but 90% of them will go for well under what you paid for them


No, I’m saying Music Magpie offer you lower price, to maximise profit. A person could sell the item on eBay, get the same amount MM would sell it for (or even more), and as such have more money in their pocket. CEX are the same too - low price (although theirs does fluctuate with the market & can be quite favourable), to maximise profit margins. So I’m saying the consuming from money in their pocket point of view, would be better off selling privately. Then at times the market demand pushes the price up, just like it did with Big Trouble in Little China steelbook (can’t recall the price, but don’t think it was far from £100 a copy).
Music Magpie would have still offered rubbish price, but would have made a lot from it.
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