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Buy any 20th Century Fox Blu-Ray for £2 and get free digital download e.g The Martian £2 instore North Shields Poundland
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Buy any 20th Century Fox Blu-Ray for £2 and get free digital download e.g The Martian £2 instore North Shields Poundland

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Posted 29th Dec 2019Available: North East (Tyne & Wear)

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Buy any 20th Century Fox Blu-Ray for £2 at Poundland and they come with a digital download code.

These are replay titles so some might have been used, but I bought 2 today and both came with a valid download code that has worked.

I redeemed codes for The Martian and Planet Of The Apes on foxredeem.com for use at Google Play Movies and saved £5.99 on each HD download, both now permanently in my library.

Fox Titles available for £2 at Poundland include:

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (Google Price £7.99)
The Martian (£7.99)
Logan (£7.99)
Belle (£5.99)
Paper Towns (£5.99)
The Fault In Our Stars (£5.99)
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (£5.99)
Wild (£5.99)
X-Men (£7.99)

and others

Look for the 20th Century Fox badge on the spine to quickly find them.
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2_Dog29/12/2019 17:20

Um how is this a deal, Poundland have been doing this for around a …Um how is this a deal, Poundland have been doing this for around a year.The titles they sell are named as “resell” but these are all brand new ex-stock. Non of the titles Poundland sell are actually second hand.


came here to say this

the price has always been £2 and codes have always worked for me
Um how is this a deal, Poundland have been doing this for around a year.
The titles they sell are named as “resell” but these are all brand new ex-stock. Non of the titles Poundland sell are actually second hand.
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It’s probably just best to call this a deal for £2 blu-rays. There’s no guarantee that you’ll get a working code, if you do it’s a nice bonus.
Um how is this a deal, Poundland have been doing this for around a year.
The titles they sell are named as “resell” but these are all brand new ex-stock. Non of the titles Poundland sell are actually second hand.
2_Dog29/12/2019 17:20

Um how is this a deal, Poundland have been doing this for around a …Um how is this a deal, Poundland have been doing this for around a year.The titles they sell are named as “resell” but these are all brand new ex-stock. Non of the titles Poundland sell are actually second hand.


came here to say this

the price has always been £2 and codes have always worked for me
kobrakaan29/12/2019 17:30

came here to say this the price has always been £2 and codes have always …came here to say this the price has always been £2 and codes have always worked for me


Did we just become best friends?
Breaking News.....
Poundland sell blu rays for £2.
2_Dog29/12/2019 17:55

Did we just become best friends?


Be touching tips next.
Most of the Poundland BluRays are new - the clue is that the price sticker will say "New" on it. As compared to the majority of the DVDs which say refurbished, 2nd hand or similar.
Edited by: "alg" 29th Dec 2019
2_Dog29/12/2019 17:20

Um how is this a deal, Poundland have been doing this for around a …Um how is this a deal, Poundland have been doing this for around a year.The titles they sell are named as “resell” but these are all brand new ex-stock. Non of the titles Poundland sell are actually second hand.


I don't know the etiquette on posting deals that aren't necessarily new.

I searched for the "deal" and it wasn't anywhere on HKUD and I thought it was a workaround others might like to use.

There are threads on specific titles from Poundland, not the downloadable content.

For me the realisation I only had today was that I can get a load of HD films on Google play for 75% less than they charge.

Happy to link to the original deal that points this out if there is one
furiousjammin29/12/2019 19:04

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Dispicable post. No morals
Edited by: "Sleightbuzz" 29th Dec 2019
The Martian is £1.60 in HMV
I recently had my flixster/ultraviolet movie collection converted to google play movies which I was pretty happy about. Most of them purchased for around a quid on eBay over many years.
kobrakaan29/12/2019 17:30

came here to say this the price has always been £2 and codes have always …came here to say this the price has always been £2 and codes have always worked for me



Well, they used to be one pound...
not everything


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Edited by: "kobrakaan" 29th Dec 2019
2_Dog29/12/2019 17:20

Um how is this a deal, Poundland have been doing this for around a …Um how is this a deal, Poundland have been doing this for around a year.The titles they sell are named as “resell” but these are all brand new ex-stock. Non of the titles Poundland sell are actually second hand.



Not true. I've had several manky used BDs from Poundland over the years. Covered in fingerprints, scruffy covers etc. Usually if they have a Music Magpie card inside they'll be used.

Ignore what it says on the price sticker and look for an unopened tear-strip on the cellophane. No tear-strip, probably a reseal.

I've stopped buying Poundland BDs as I have over 600 of them and I dare say I won't get a chance to watch most of them as my 'proper' collection sits at around 4,000 titles.

BTW Poundlnd have been selling BDs since 2016. I should know, I've bought most of them

Edit: can't believe people are just discovering Poundland are selling BDs with digital codes included... unless I've just gone back in time a couple of years.
Edited by: "FlangeNut123" 29th Dec 2019
FlangeNut12329/12/2019 21:49

Not true. I've had several manky used BDs from Poundland over the years. …Not true. I've had several manky used BDs from Poundland over the years. Covered in fingerprints, scruffy covers etc. Usually if they have a Music Magpie card inside they'll be used.Ignore what it says on the price sticker and look for an unopened tear-strip on the cellophane. No tear-strip, probably a reseal.I've stopped buying Poundland BDs as I have over 600 of them and I dare say I won't get a chance to watch most of them as my 'proper' collection sits at around 4,000 titles.BTW Poundlnd have been selling BDs since 2016. I should know, I've bought most of them Edit: can't believe people are just discovering Poundland are selling BDs with digital codes included... unless I've just gone back in time a couple of years.


Great Scott Marty, you have...
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FlangeNut12329/12/2019 21:49

Not true. I've had several manky used BDs from Poundland over the years. …Not true. I've had several manky used BDs from Poundland over the years. Covered in fingerprints, scruffy covers etc. Usually if they have a Music Magpie card inside they'll be used.Ignore what it says on the price sticker and look for an unopened tear-strip on the cellophane. No tear-strip, probably a reseal.I've stopped buying Poundland BDs as I have over 600 of them and I dare say I won't get a chance to watch most of them as my 'proper' collection sits at around 4,000 titles.BTW Poundlnd have been selling BDs since 2016. I should know, I've bought most of them Edit: can't believe people are just discovering Poundland are selling BDs with digital codes included... unless I've just gone back in time a couple of years.


No one has 4,000 mate. No need to exaggerate
Sleightbuzz29/12/2019 23:34

No one has 4,000 mate. No need to exaggerate



Correct. There is no need to exaggerate. I have that many. I could add a link to my BD.com profile but I don't have to justify my hobby to you.
FlangeNut12329/12/2019 23:50

Correct. There is no need to exaggerate. I have that many. I could add a …Correct. There is no need to exaggerate. I have that many. I could add a link to my BD.com profile but I don't have to justify my hobby to you.


Forget that guy he is a mega troll. I believe you, I'm at around 2000 bluray with over 10% being 4K.
Like there are more than 400 BRs worth taking up the space to own...
ravenheart30/12/2019 09:53

Like there are more than 400 BRs worth taking up the space to own...



Almost 125 years of cinema and you think they haven't even got it right 400 times? Okay then...
Have bought some 20th Century fox titles in the past that didn't come with digital codes (best to make sure it has digital or Ultraviolet on front or back of Blu Ray case). I have bought quite a few Blu-Rays / dvds with digital code from Poundland and only had a couple that didn't redeem (I think I had two Universal titles that had expired (although you might get a code from Universal for another film if you send them a email about it being expired) and two where the insert was missing (think at least one had new on it). Also found a couple of DVDs that have UV/digital codes as well and sometimes DVD/Blu-Rays with digital codes (many second hand) can be found cheaper at other stores (e.g One Below (new Blu Rays/DVDs), CEX,Cash Generator,Cash Converters and Charity shops). Sometimes with the second hand Blu Rays/DVDs may have the insert missing. Many titles now redeem at Google Play, generally I have found

20th Century Fox titles redeem (except for very old titles (some old titles may (which may have a longer digital code with numbers only) have windows media codes or Itunes codes instead of UV codes))

Sony titles redeem at redeem.sonypictures.com/

Newer Universal codes redeem at ultravioletuniversal.com/ (there is a list of expiry dates at nbcucodes.com/ (although a few of the expired titles may still redeem))

Warner brothers codes redeem at warnerbros.co.uk/redeem

Other studios not sure about
I think some Lionsgate titles redeemed in the past but not sure whether ones past expiry date still do
Not sure about Paramount (think some may have Itunes codes instead of UV codes)
Edited by: "thomas58" 30th Dec 2019
thomas5830/12/2019 20:42

Have bought some 20th Century fox titles in the past that didn't come with …Have bought some 20th Century fox titles in the past that didn't come with digital codes (best to make sure it has digital or Ultraviolet on front or back of Blu Ray case). I have bought quite a few Blu-Rays / dvds with digital code from Poundland and only had a couple that didn't redeem (I think I had two Universal titles that had expired (although you might get a code from Universal for another film if you send them a email about it being expired) and two where the insert was missing (think at least one had new on it). Also found a couple of DVDs that have UV/digital codes as well and sometimes DVD/Blu-Rays with digital codes (many second hand) can be found cheaper at other stores (e.g One Below (new Blu Rays/DVDs), CEX,Cash Generator,Cash Converters and Charity shops). Sometimes with the second hand Blu Rays/DVDs may have the insert missing. Many titles now redeem at Google Play, generally I have found20th Century Fox titles redeem (except for very old titles (some old titles may (which may have a longer digital code with numbers only) have windows media codes or Itunes codes instead of UV codes))Sony titles redeem at https://redeem.sonypictures.com/Newer Universal codes redeem at https://www.ultravioletuniversal.com/ (there is a list of expiry dates at http://www.nbcucodes.com/ (although a few of the expired titles may still redeem))Warner brothers codes redeem at https://www.warnerbros.co.uk/redeemOther studios not sure aboutI think some Lionsgate titles redeemed in the past but not sure whether ones past expiry date still doNot sure about Paramount (think some may have Itunes codes instead of UV codes)


Great info. Thanks.
To add to all the above posts information , UV or "Ultraviolet" have now closed so any movies with that on can't be redeemed anymore.
Other services from Universal & Sony still exist but some digital downloads are old school & you have to download a file to a PC rather than via a more upto date service like Google movies. Some redirect you to third party libraries like UV/ Flixster (again also closed down now so unredeemable). Check carefully if you're only buying for a digital copy on the back cover as to how each offer is redeemed. Often these have expired (but a phone call "might" get a new code) which is why they're so cheap.
I seem to recall some of Poundlands stock are "Replay" titles. I seem to remember they have a tie in with second hand services like or similar to Musicmagpie where they reseal old 2nd hand or new ones, so will be some new & used on store shelves and pot luck as to which titles. Others new seem to be regulars & loads of copies.
davej171010/01/2020 05:53

To add to all the above posts information , UV or "Ultraviolet" have now …To add to all the above posts information , UV or "Ultraviolet" have now closed so any movies with that on can't be redeemed anymore.Other services from Universal & Sony still exist but some digital downloads are old school & you have to download a file to a PC rather than via a more upto date service like Google movies. Some redirect you to third party libraries like UV/ Flixster (again also closed down now so unredeemable). Check carefully if you're only buying for a digital copy on the back cover as to how each offer is redeemed. Often these have expired (but a phone call "might" get a new code) which is why they're so cheap. I seem to recall some of Poundlands stock are "Replay" titles. I seem to remember they have a tie in with second hand services like or similar to Musicmagpie where they reseal old 2nd hand or new ones, so will be some new & used on store shelves and pot luck as to which titles. Others new seem to be regulars & loads of copies.



Generally on the UV codes I have tried I have found that Sony,Warner bros, 20th century fox titles (within the last couple of years at least) and newer Universal UV titles now give you the option to redeem at Google Play. I did have the Magnificent Seven (sony title) that didnt give me the option to redeem at Google Play but I emailed them about it and they gave me a code for another film (I could choose 1 film from a list). With Warner bros titles you now need to go to the warnerbros.co.uk/redeem site (not the Flixster site which may be shown on the insert).

Yes some Poundland titles can be a bit variable if you get a UV code insert particularly if they are labelled replay pre-owned (rather than pre-owned new that some Blu Rays are marked with). Got two DVDs at Poundland today (one said replay and the other showed replay pre owned) and when I opened the cellophane after getting hoe found no UV insert and only only a Music magpie insert with a 10% off code that expired 31st December). Not sure whether when Music Magpie refurbish DVDs they sometimes take the insert out (perhaps thinking the code has expired and the code does not work. Think Poundland were better when they had the Blu Rays priced at £1 (at the moment they seem to have a lot of titles that are not being bought (perhaps they should reduce the price on some Blu Rays that are not selling or a 2 for 1 on selected Blu Rays) and I haven't seen so many different titles recently. Also seen reports on some other forums that some of the Blu Rays marked as new in Poundland turn out to be second hand.

Recently have found some better finds of DVDs/Blu Rays with UV codes in Charity shops, CEX, Cash Generator, Cash Converters and One Below (if you have a store nearby and when they have had a restock of titles). Although with any titles that are second hand its best to check they have a UV insert inside if the case hasn't been sealed if you want a UV code.
Edited by: "thomas58" 10th Jan
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