Dark Knight: Limited Edition with Batpod - Blu-ray - £16.81 delivered @ Amazon US
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Dark Knight: Limited Edition with Batpod - Blu-ray - £16.81 delivered @ Amazon US

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Found 16th Dec 2009Made hot 17th Dec 2009
One of the latest price drops on Amazon.com - unavailable in this country, a great deal for those who haven't got round to buying the blu-ray yet and fancy a special edition of it.

Region free so fine in all players.

34 Comments

hUKd

Amazon.com don't deliver to UK?

Carley;7248996

hUKdAmazon.com don't deliver to UK?



They do

Original Poster

Carley;7248996

hUKdAmazon.com don't deliver to UK?



they certainly do. Ordered many things from them.

Amazing price. Thanks :-)

Carley;7248996

hUKdAmazon.com don't deliver to UK?




Shipping & Handling: GBP 4.12




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Original Poster

Mallinersha;7249057

Shipping & Handling: GBP 4.12



that's included in the stated price.

dogvilledan;7249075

that's included in the stated price.



Yes, was answering another post regarding shipping to the UK.

Original Poster

Mallinersha;7249106

Yes, was answering another post regarding shipping to the UK.



ahh, sorry. :thumbsup:

Blasphemous;7249460

Ignore my post! Sorry... its 'Blu-ray'! It ain't got region coding.Note … Ignore my post! Sorry... its 'Blu-ray'! It ain't got region coding.Note to self.... engage brain before posting! :oops:



Was just gonna say.....

midlandscomics;7249028

They do



dogvilledan;7249033

they certainly do. Ordered many things from them.




oops, didn't know :oops:

great deal then op :thumbsup:

Not all blu-rays are 'region free', just an fyi for anyone who might be confused. Around 70% of all blu-rays will play on any br player. 30% are locked to specific regions. You can see which are region locked here: blurayregioncodes.com/ However, the Dark Knight is region free so that link is simply for people wondering about other blu-rays.

Be warned though, you may get charged import duties...other than that it's a cracking deal...good find...heat added.

Moka-Bear;7249638

Not all blu-rays are 'region free', just an fyi for anyone who might be … Not all blu-rays are 'region free', just an fyi for anyone who might be confused. Around 70% of all blu-rays will play on any br player. 30% are locked to specific regions. You can see which are region locked here: http://www.blurayregioncodes.com/ However, the Dark Knight is region free so that link is simply for people wondering about other blu-rays.



Thanks.

Original Poster

alcatraz1968;7249674

Be warned though, you may get charged import duties...other than that … Be warned though, you may get charged import duties...other than that it's a cracking deal...good find...heat added.



Only items over £18 (excluding P&P) are liable for VAT/handling charges. This is under £18 and includes P&P so is perfectly safe.

Why expired?
I just ordered at the quoted price by OP.

Couldn't turn down buying at this price (though I really shouldn't of, the mouse clicked on its own I tell you!) - will be waiting patiently for it to arrive.

Rep and heat (once it un-expires...)

Fantastic Deal! Ordered!

dogvilledan;7249751

Only items over £18 (excluding P&P) are liable for VAT/handling charges. … Only items over £18 (excluding P&P) are liable for VAT/handling charges. This is under £18 and includes P&P so is perfectly safe.



I bought a $1.99 case for my N64 many years ago. The selling company, in their wisdom, packaged it in a random box they had lying around which happened to say something like "PS2 memory cards x 100". I had to pay £13 to collect it from the post office... most of which was the post office's charge to me for paying the VAT for me. As you can imagine I was very, very annoyed.

dogvilledan;7249751

Only items over £18 (excluding P&P) are liable for VAT/handling charges. … Only items over £18 (excluding P&P) are liable for VAT/handling charges. This is under £18 and includes P&P so is perfectly safe.



FYI:
]Online shoppers pay less duty tax from December [2008] (Which.co.uk)
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HM Revenue and Customs changes the rules

15 November 2008

From next month online shoppers will no longer have to pay customs duty on non-EU purchases up to £105.

The threshold above which customs duty is charged on online purchases from outside the EU rises from £18 to £105 on December 1. This is an early Xmas present for online shoppers from HMRC, who will continue to charge VAT on these items.

Imported goods from EU countries are free from import duty, but those from non-EU countries, such as the USA, China and Australia carry customs duty, import VAT and, for alcohol and tobacco, excise duty too.

The import duty charge rate varies between products. On DVDs and CDs it's 3.5%, for watches it's 4.5%, clothing 12% and on DVD players 14%. These rates still apply for items worth more than the new threshold of £105. VAT is added on top of this, at the standard rate of 17.5% in most cases, although some things, such as books, are VAT-free.

The new threshold means that low-price imports that would have attracted customs duty now escape it. Some retailers currently split orders that contain multiple low-value items into separate packages each below the £18 limit to avoid duty, but the new rules will mean this is no longer necessary.

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has launched a podcast on its website to explain how the rate change affects UK online shoppers.
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BFN,

fp.

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fanpages;7251316

FYI:]Online shoppers pay less duty tax from December [2008] … FYI:]Online shoppers pay less duty tax from December [2008] (Which.co.uk)---HM Revenue and Customs changes the rules15 November 2008From next month online shoppers will no longer have to pay customs duty on non-EU purchases up to £105.The threshold above which customs duty is charged on online purchases from outside the EU rises from £18 to £105 on December 1. This is an early Xmas present for online shoppers from HMRC, who will continue to charge VAT on these items.Imported goods from EU countries are free from import duty, but those from non-EU countries, such as the USA, China and Australia carry customs duty, import VAT and, for alcohol and tobacco, excise duty too.The import duty charge rate varies between products. On DVDs and CDs it's 3.5%, for watches it's 4.5%, clothing 12% and on DVD players 14%. These rates still apply for items worth more than the new threshold of £105. VAT is added on top of this, at the standard rate of 17.5% in most cases, although some things, such as books, are VAT-free.The new threshold means that low-price imports that would have attracted customs duty now escape it. Some retailers currently split orders that contain multiple low-value items into separate packages each below the £18 limit to avoid duty, but the new rules will mean this is no longer necessary.HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has launched a podcast on its website to explain how the rate change affects UK online shoppers.---BFN,fp.



The only thing we wont get charged for is Import duty which is 3.5%, we will get get VAT and Handling Charges on top of any item that is over £18

Carley;7248996

hUKdAmazon.com don't deliver to UK?



I would have said that to - I guess you learn something new everyday....

They'll ship anything worldwide apart from games for some reason.

ZeBadger;7250391

I bought a $1.99 case for my N64 many years ago. The selling company, in … I bought a $1.99 case for my N64 many years ago. The selling company, in their wisdom, packaged it in a random box they had lying around which happened to say something like "PS2 memory cards x 100". I had to pay £13 to collect it from the post office... most of which was the post office's charge to me for paying the VAT for me. As you can imagine I was very, very annoyed.



Why didn't you dispute it? Surely showing them the invoice would prove otherwise.

Great deal even though I own it already I am going to buy this and sell my copy on E-bay.

jdmoyers;7253856

Why didn't you dispute it? Surely showing them the invoice would prove … Why didn't you dispute it? Surely showing them the invoice would prove otherwise.


N64 was ten years ago, he may've been really young?

Spark;7252837

They'll ship anything worldwide apart from games for some reason.



They wouldn't ship shoes and watches when I tried to order a few years ago.

Well, mines just been shipped :thumbsup:

Price Now: $43.49 - Expired..

Mine arrived today !!! - thats amazing bearing in mind it said up 30 days to arrive.

Not opened as Xmas present - price has now gone up - so thanks to op

:santa:

gutted i missed this, up to around £32 delivered now

Mine surprisingly arrived today - thought it was something else till I saw "United States" on the packaging. Lovely!

This is expired!!!!

Mine arrived yesterday and quite excellent.

Wolves38;7321327

Mine arrived today !!! - thats amazing bearing in mind it said up 30 days … Mine arrived today !!! - thats amazing bearing in mind it said up 30 days to arrive.Not opened as Xmas present - price has now gone up - so thanks to op:santa:



did you get charged a fee to collect this? mine has arrived but royal mail want £13.36 as a customs charge, and they delivered it in a box. please can someone provide some advice on this, i thought that anything under £105 was exempt!

Original Poster

mrsuave;7535117

did you get charged a fee to collect this? mine has arrived but royal … did you get charged a fee to collect this? mine has arrived but royal mail want £13.36 as a customs charge, and they delivered it in a box. please can someone provide some advice on this, i thought that anything under £105 was exempt!



did you order it when it was at the reduced price of $20? or after it had gone back up?

What price is stated on the box?

Also, that £105 thing is just customs duty. VAT and a handling fee are usually applicable to anything over £18 in value.
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