50% off + 2 for 1 on Selected Series - Doctor Who Series 8 & 9 £9.99 / Luther Series 1 & 2 £3.99 [Using Code] @ BBC Store
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50% off + 2 for 1 on Selected Series - Doctor Who Series 8 & 9 £9.99 / Luther Series 1 & 2 £3.99 [Using Code] @ BBC Store

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Found 28th Apr 2016
Use Code: RAIL50

Great television always leaves you wanting more. So feast on our Bank Holiday two-for-one offer which runs until 23.59 on Monday 2nd May. Buy any of these series and we'll email you an offer code for the following one! Code must be redeemed by 23.59 on 9th May. Enjoy! Terms and Conditions apply.
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Isn't it £19.99 for two series rather than each one being half price?
sJohnson23

Isn't it £19.99 for two series rather than each one being half price?


Use code RAIL50, to get 50% off. The Doctor Who Series 9 code will be emailed to you at no extra charge
FantasyDeals

Use code RAIL50, to get 50% off. The Doctor Who Series 9 code will be … Use code RAIL50, to get 50% off. The Doctor Who Series 9 code will be emailed to you at no extra charge



Terrific - no surprise which series I'm going for... Fawlty Towers is brilliant!
Why are they sending out an 'offer code' for the second series, why not just send series 2 with series 1?? ...sounds bizarre!

...or is this a download??
Edited by: "Krinkle" 28th Apr 2016
Seeing as we're all already forced to pay for BBC programming and technically have already paid for these via our tv licences shouldn't these be free??
SuperMariosDad

Seeing as we're all already forced to pay for BBC programming and … Seeing as we're all already forced to pay for BBC programming and technically have already paid for these via our tv licences shouldn't these be free??



No, apparently your TV license pays for the live broadcast.
So this is the equivalent of buying a DVD of a BBC program from a bricks and mortar store.
Edited by: "Exconnaught" 10th May 2016
SuperMariosDad

Seeing as we're all already forced to pay for BBC programming and … Seeing as we're all already forced to pay for BBC programming and technically have already paid for these via our tv licences shouldn't these be free??


You're absolutely right. In much the same way as those who bought Beatles LPs on vinyl back in the 60s have always been supplied with free copies of new media.

A relative of mine still benefits from that. They sent him free cassettes, then CDs, and now he's got all the MP3s totally free of charge. Exactly the same for all the other vinyl he bought too.
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