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Blu-ray Chart Titles 2 for £22 Instore @ Best Buy
Blu-ray Chart Titles 2 for £22 Instore @ Best Buy

Blu-ray Chart Titles 2 for £22 Instore @ Best Buy

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All chart titles on Blu-Ray are 2 for £22 instore at Best Buy. They include:

Clash of the Titans
Shutter Island
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (3D edition)
Centurion
From Paris With Love
Green Zone
Legion
Up
The Blind Side
Princess and the Frog
Alice in Wonderland
Sherlock Holmes

And more I can't remember! Ends this Sunday!

27 Comments

Original Poster

I've remembered a couple more...

Nanny McPhee & the Big Bang
Percy Jackson

Original Poster

If the people who are voting cold let me know of a better deal I'd appreciate it.

Original Poster

Here's what I bought...

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Clash of the Titans?! Don't encourage them! Some good films in there though - good deal.

Wish I had a best buy near me!!

My local one in Liverpool still has not opened! The unit is all ready but not bloody open!

Maybe they take time training their staff so when you go in and ask them questions they can answer you properly rather than look at you as if you have just asked them for an explaination of quantum physics!

Hot from me though as recent titles at £11 each is goooooooood!

Hot, but no store anywhere near me.

My wife moaned when I spent £100 on my Sony Blu Ray player at Christmas but as I've pointed out, it has saved us loads of money. Why? Because ...

a) Now that I have a Blu Ray player I refuse to buy DVD's but that's my choice.
b) I won't buy a Blu Ray if I already own the DVD (but Band of Brothers for £11 was too good to turn down!)
c) I've only got 5 Blu Ray movies because they're too damn expensive. After years of being used to picking up DVD movies from Supermarkets for
So since Christmas I haven't spent anything on DVD and very little on Blu Ray and even sales like this making movies £11 each doesn't float my boat. I still can't believe HMV want £24+ for the new Star Trek movie, madness! I'm not saying this isn't a hot deal for those that don't mind spending on BR movies but I'm holding out until the prices drop.

So you bought a Blu Ray Player but refuse to buy Blu Rays for it - i.e. you spent £100 on something you barely use. CLEVER!

Banned

They've been this price for ages - this might be why the cold votes. Still hot though.

Original Poster

Indeed, but the offer ends on Sunday and it hadn't previously been posted.

DaveTheHutt

So you bought a Blu Ray Player but refuse to buy Blu Rays for it - i.e. … So you bought a Blu Ray Player but refuse to buy Blu Rays for it - i.e. you spent £100 on something you barely use. CLEVER!



I got a Blu-ray too, and i havent played it, and i got in in january!.

Never one for films but my brother insisted i get one because they are the future and dvds are out of fashio now :-s

i still buy cheap dvds from asda though, but one day i'll get to watch them

I must start soon

i saw there is a best buy store in my town, but its a food shop and off licence!.

some can be had cheaper than the 11 elsewhere (ofc with 2 may be cheapest way to get) bit some look good for 2 for 22
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DaveTheHutt

So you bought a Blu Ray Player but refuse to buy Blu Rays for it - i.e. … So you bought a Blu Ray Player but refuse to buy Blu Rays for it - i.e. you spent £100 on something you barely use. CLEVER!


I know!!!

But I just can't bring myself to buy movies that are (IMO) over priced ... I had thought that as they became more popular the prices would have dropped but I'm still waiting!

Q-Tec

I know!!!But I just can't bring myself to buy movies that are (IMO) over … I know!!!But I just can't bring myself to buy movies that are (IMO) over priced ... I had thought that as they became more popular the prices would have dropped but I'm still waiting!


you could rent some from blockbuster in the meantime using promotional mars packs
2.40 = 6 small packs of sweets in tesco atm which gives you 2 bluray rentals
so 4 films of bluray per old single dvd spend and sweeeeeties too

never understand why people buy movies......i now rent only as i rarely watch a movie twice, also means i dont end up with items just sat there in a cupboard gathering dust

Original Poster

Some extras are not available on rentals, but are on the retail copy. Also rentals will not have a digital copy or DVD, which could be used elsewhere. Plus if I rented a film and liked it, I would end up buying it anyway, whereas if I bought a film and didn't like it, I could sell it on and not lose anymore than it would have cost to rent. e.g. If I end up not liking Shutter Island, I'm sure I won't end up selling it for much less than £11 if at all.

Q-Tec

My wife moaned when I spent £100 on my Sony Blu Ray player at Christmas … My wife moaned when I spent £100 on my Sony Blu Ray player at Christmas but as I've pointed out, it has saved us loads of money. Why? Because ...a) Now that I have a Blu Ray player I refuse to buy DVD's but that's my choice.b) I won't buy a Blu Ray if I already own the DVD (but Band of Brothers for £11 was too good to turn down!)c) I've only got 5 Blu Ray movies because they're too damn expensive. After years of being used to picking up DVD movies from Supermarkets for < £5 I can't stomach paying the prices BR movies go for!So since Christmas I haven't spent anything on DVD and very little on Blu Ray and even sales like this making movies £11 each doesn't float my boat. I still can't believe HMV want £24+ for the new Star Trek movie, madness! I'm not saying this isn't a hot deal for those that don't mind spending on BR movies but I'm holding out until the prices drop.



You can look at it in other ways. Chart blu rays are often only £1-2 dearer than the DVD and many come with a DVD as well. Anyone buying chart DVDs is probably better off getting the BR even without owning a player yet.

Supermarket DVDs less than £5 are for films at least 9 months old and often the BR can be found on discount too, Solomon Kane already less than £9 online. I picked up 'Becoming Jane' from amazon a while back for £3.99 and often see deals on here for discs in the £4-5 bracket.

And finally don't forget car boots - I picked up a mint copy of "gone in sixty seconds" for £3 this last weekend. I've noticed a huge increase in the number of blu rays available on car boots.

Polly_P

I got a Blu-ray too, and i havent played it, and i got in in … I got a Blu-ray too, and i havent played it, and i got in in january!.Never one for films but my brother insisted i get one because they are the future and dvds are out of fashio now :-si still buy cheap dvds from asda though, but one day i'll get to watch them :DI must start soon



Can I just say Polly, if you were to use that BR player and pop your DVD's in there you could have been enjoying 1080P upscaled DVD visuals, that while not quite as good as native Blu-Rays will be a cut above the picture from your old DVD player!

ps good deal.

Best Buy in Thurrock is a terrific store.

So very cold, cant believe people consider it a deal to pay £22 for a film that would have cost them half that much to watch on a cinema screen

I've bought hundreds of dvds even though i thought them expensive, I have not and will not buy a single blu-ray movie at this price. It is legalised robbery

Original Poster

They are 2 for £22, not just the 1.

Ferengi

And finally don't forget car boots - I picked up a mint copy of "gone … And finally don't forget car boots - I picked up a mint copy of "gone in sixty seconds" for £3 this last weekend. I've noticed a huge increase in the number of blu rays available on car boots.


Trust a Ferengi to know of a good bargain!

I honestly hadn't thought about looking for BR discs at a car boot sale. Thanks for the tip!

IconicNobody

ps good deal. Best Buy in Thurrock is a terrific store.



Can't say I agree. The staff are better informed than Curry's, but as a store, Best Buy is trailing.
I think the big problem is that after months of hype about a new way of selling electronics and competitive pricing, what we ended up with was a Curry's clone.

So, if the staff are better informed, the stores on average carry a bigger range than their same sized Currys superstores, they have more products powered up and ready to use, how are they trailing?

Not voting either way on this deal. Its reasonably priced but Blu Rays still need to hit the sub 10 mark to make them appealing to me.

Sproutey

Can't say I agree. The staff are better informed than Curry's, but as a … Can't say I agree. The staff are better informed than Curry's, but as a store, Best Buy is trailing.I think the big problem is that after months of hype about a new way of selling electronics and competitive pricing, what we ended up with was a Curry's clone.

great deal. pity there's no bestbuy round here
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