Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (Blu-ray 3D and Blu-ray) - £3.66 with Prime / £5.44 non prime @ Amazon
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Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (Blu-ray 3D and Blu-ray) - £3.66 with Prime / £5.44 non prime @ Amazon

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Found 26th MarEdited by:"lf1983lf"
I know this one is a few years old now, but it's a great family film for the Easter holidays and a fab price for a 3D copy of the film on Blu-ray and a separate copy on regular Blu-ray.

This is the cheapest this has ever been on Amazon and has free delivery for Prime subscribers. Edit: started the day at £3.24, is now £3.66, but still a cracking price.

If (like me), you've only just moved on to Blu-ray, they also offer a cheaper Blu-ray + DVD pack for £3.15 (handy if you want to pack the kids off to their grandparents with a good movie to watch)

Also worth noting that you can opt for no rush delivery and get a £1 credit towards your next digital movie purchase
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Seems to be £1.50 (second hand) for 3d plus DVD, delivery would bring this up to £3. You never know the condition, but useful if you have vouchers to spend. Voted hot
@lf1983lf, surely it's £3.66 now?
Edited by: "jasee" 26th Mar
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jasee15 m ago

Seems to be £1.50 (second hand) for 3d plus DVD, delivery would bring this …Seems to be £1.50 (second hand) for 3d plus DVD, delivery would bring this up to £3. You never know the condition, but useful if you have vouchers to spend. Voted hot@lf1983lf, surely it's £3.66 now?



I actually marked £3.77 (as this was the Amazon (not 3rd party) price) and I think HUKD staff/moderator has amended this. I'll update again
Awesome film!
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jasee58 m ago

Seems to be £1.50 (second hand) for 3d plus DVD, delivery would bring this …Seems to be £1.50 (second hand) for 3d plus DVD, delivery would bring this up to £3. You never know the condition, but useful if you have vouchers to spend. Voted hot@lf1983lf, surely it's £3.66 now?



I'm a big fan of secondhand media, but for a difference of 50-60p, I'm happy enough to buy a new copy.
lf1983lf4 h, 13 m ago

I'm a big fan of secondhand media, but for a difference of 50-60p, I'm …I'm a big fan of secondhand media, but for a difference of 50-60p, I'm happy enough to buy a new copy.



Agreed, CEX is ok-ish. But if you've got vouchers, you've got to spend them on something!
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