Borat (DVD) - £2.94 instore @ Fopp (inc VAT reduction)
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Borat (DVD) - £2.94 instore @ Fopp (inc VAT reduction)

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Found 11th Dec 2008
Fopp are undercutting all other prices at the moment - £3 instore but they discount 2.13% at the till for VAT reduction making it £2.94!

* Cambridge, 37 Sidney Street.
* Edinburgh, 3/15 Rose Street.
* Glasgow, 19 Union Street.
* Glasgow, 358 Byres Road.
* London, 1 Earlham Street / 144 Shaftesbury Avenue (Covent Garden)
* Manchester, 19 Brown Street.
* Nottingham, The Frontage, Queen Street
* Bristol, College Green

(thanks to calmacuk for the list)

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Sacha Baron Cohen, the star and creator of Channel 4`s wildly popular Da Ali G Show, brings his truly original Kazakh character Borat Sagdiyev to the big screen for the first time. With a camera crew in tow and armed with a jar of gypsy tears "for protection," Kazakhstan`s fourth most famous celebrity travels to the US and A to make a documentary. As he zigzags across the country, lovable Borat meets real people in real situations - with hilarious consequences.

7 Comments

fopp??? whats that?

I thought FOPP had closed down?? My local one closed months ago.

ricaird;3733429

I thought FOPP had closed down?? My local one closed months ago.



They were taken over by HMV but operate as independent. 8 stores re-opened:

* Cambridge, 37 Sidney Street.
* Edinburgh, 3/15 Rose Street.
* Glasgow, 19 Union Street.
* Glasgow, 358 Byres Road.
* London, 1 Earlham Street / 144 Shaftesbury Avenue (Covent Garden)
* Manchester, 19 Brown Street.
* Nottingham, The Frontage, Queen Street
* Bristol, College Green

Never heard of Fopp

calmacuk;3733457

They were taken over by HMV but operate as independent. 8 stores … They were taken over by HMV but operate as independent. 8 stores re-opened:



Ah, thanks - I didn't realise this!

Original Poster

http://img518.imageshack.us/img518/7708/boratxb3.jpg

As you can see in the photo above, they certainly do exist, I've posted a picture of the copy I bought today.

Can't understand why people are voting it cold, Borat's never been under £3 brand new before...

Wat the FOPP! never heard of em. Still gd price, although I already own it, got the dvd with card sleeve for £4 on release day!

£2.94 including vat reduction, but do you also count student discount on top, if they take that?
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