Deadpool 2 (hmv Exclusive) 4K Ultra HD Limited Edition Steelbook (Pre-Order) £29.99 with free delivery HMV
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Deadpool 2 (hmv Exclusive) 4K Ultra HD Limited Edition Steelbook (Pre-Order) £29.99 with free delivery HMV

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Found 13th Jul
For those who don't want to buy the iTunes copy or you want a steel book to collect or simply a cool xmas present, I give you:

Deadpool 2: (HMV Exclusive) 4K Ultra HD Limited Edition Steelbook which includes 4K Ultra HD copy, a Blu-ray copy and Digital Copy

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After surviving a near fatal bovine attack, a disfigured cafeteria chef (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfil his dream of becoming Mayberry's hottest bartender while also learning to cope with his lost sense of taste. Searching to regain his spice for life, as well as a flux capacitor, Wade must battle ninjas, the Yakuza, and a pack of sexually aggressive canines, as he journeys around the world
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AppleJack852 m ago

Well it's exclusive to HMV meaning this particular one won't be around …Well it's exclusive to HMV meaning this particular one won't be around anywhere else till it's sold on eBay or amazon by those who already bought it. So to me yeh it's kind of a deal but if you just go on price then maybe not if limited edition steelbooks with 3 copies of the film, (2 you could give away as presents saving money) isn't your thing. Sorry guys I tried


You give caseless discs as presents?
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£30?! Are you insane?!
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Deal?
Well it's exclusive to HMV meaning this particular one won't be around anywhere else till it's sold on eBay or amazon by those who already bought it. So to me yeh it's kind of a deal but if you just go on price then maybe not if limited edition steelbooks with 3 copies of the film, (2 you could give away as presents saving money) isn't your thing. Sorry guys I tried
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AppleJack852 m ago

Well it's exclusive to HMV meaning this particular one won't be around …Well it's exclusive to HMV meaning this particular one won't be around anywhere else till it's sold on eBay or amazon by those who already bought it. So to me yeh it's kind of a deal but if you just go on price then maybe not if limited edition steelbooks with 3 copies of the film, (2 you could give away as presents saving money) isn't your thing. Sorry guys I tried


You give caseless discs as presents?
Is this normal edition or directors cut
deleted39633313th Jul

You give caseless discs as presents?


Why not? It's the thought that counts! Rather have a caseless digital copy than not have it at all. I think someone needs to appreciate the art of giving and understand not everyone can afford to go splash out on brand new presents so we do what we can to get by. Me sir, I am appreciative of what I have and if someone gave me this as a present ide be happy to have Deadpool 2 to watch than not have it at all.
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AppleJack8522 m ago

Why not? It's the thought that counts! Rather have a caseless digital copy …Why not? It's the thought that counts! Rather have a caseless digital copy than not have it at all. I think someone needs to appreciate the art of giving and understand not everyone can afford to go splash out on brand new presents so we do what we can to get by. Me sir, I am appreciative of what I have and if someone gave me this as a present ide be happy to have Deadpool 2 to watch than not have it at all.


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Cold.
Not a deal.
This is the rrp.
Maybe reasons for voting cold are still a allowed?
AppleJack851 h, 0 m ago

Well it's exclusive to HMV meaning this particular one won't be around …Well it's exclusive to HMV meaning this particular one won't be around anywhere else till it's sold on eBay or amazon by those who already bought it. So to me yeh it's kind of a deal but if you just go on price then maybe not if limited edition steelbooks with 3 copies of the film, (2 you could give away as presents saving money) isn't your thing. Sorry guys I tried


AppleJack85 take no notice. Steelbooks on here always seem to go cold. Lots of people like them though. It is a deal as the full price is not shown on HMV whereas Zavvi tend to show it. It is also exclusive to HMV and a limited edition, surely deals. Before anyone starts, yes I do know the problems with ‘limited editions’ and ‘exclusives’. Anyway, thanks for listing.
akhowells7 m ago

AppleJack85 take no notice. Steelbooks on here always seem to go cold. …AppleJack85 take no notice. Steelbooks on here always seem to go cold. Lots of people like them though. It is a deal as the full price is not shown on HMV whereas Zavvi tend to show it. It is also exclusive to HMV and a limited edition, surely deals. Before anyone starts, yes I do know the problems with ‘limited editions’ and ‘exclusives’. Anyway, thanks for listing.


It's alright I don't. I thought if this was the only place doing it and no one else was and it's exclusive it was a deal but I guess I don't know what a deal is anymore unless Poundland start selling blu ray players or iPhones.
Wow, no idea why people keep funding these. Zavvi owners must be laughing all the way to the bank.
AppleJack851 h, 34 m ago

Well it's exclusive to HMV meaning this particular one won't be around …Well it's exclusive to HMV meaning this particular one won't be around anywhere else till it's sold on eBay or amazon by those who already bought it. So to me yeh it's kind of a deal but if you just go on price then maybe not if limited edition steelbooks with 3 copies of the film, (2 you could give away as presents saving money) isn't your thing. Sorry guys I tried


It's not a deal it's rrp which yes once hmv have sold them all they will be going for over double on eBay.. doesn't make it a deal it just shows some people are greedy.
Irrelevant whether it's RRP or not. See MiniSNES for RRP deals that week after week got heat in the hundreds.

Think it's probably cold because it's an extra fiver over the standard 4K, which in itself is hugely expensive and 4Ks still have a "new tech" markup. I mean a tenner more than the Blu-ray? Come on. Also people are wising up to the fact that Steelbooks are not premium, just different. They bend and dent very easily. At least regular cases can be replaced. And they're not particularly limited either.
Yas2 m ago

Irrelevant whether it's RRP or not. See MiniSNES for RRP deals that week …Irrelevant whether it's RRP or not. See MiniSNES for RRP deals that week after week got heat in the hundreds.Think it's probably cold because it's an extra fiver over the standard 4K, which in itself is hugely expensive and 4Ks still have a "new tech" markup. I mean a tenner more than the Blu-ray? Come on. Also people are wising up to the fact that Steelbooks are not premium, just different. They bend and dent very easily. At least regular cases can be replaced. And they're not particularly limited either.


HotUKDeals not hotukrrp
Snakeyes6463 m ago

HotUKDeals not hotukrrp


I know. I'm just pointing out that there are instances where most voters completely disagree with you.
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Yas42 m ago

I know. I'm just pointing out that there are instances where most voters …I know. I'm just pointing out that there are instances where most voters completely disagree with you.


Most voters aren't always right.
deleted39633313th Jul

Most voters aren't always right.


That's the trouble with democracy!
Compared to £11.99 for the digital version?

No thanks
I will be picking this up but not as a steel book. When it drops on to the 2 for £30 I will get it.
EstorilBlue4 h, 35 m ago

Compared to £11.99 for the digital version?No thanks


Though, at £12 for the digital copy, you get 2 disc copies and a digital copy for £25 (£30 steel book) which to me, suggests that the digital copy itself is overpriced. The disc at least has resale value of you chose to sell it.
UiRChris_9 h, 17 m ago

Though, at £12 for the digital copy, you get 2 disc copies and a digital …Though, at £12 for the digital copy, you get 2 disc copies and a digital copy for £25 (£30 steel book) which to me, suggests that the digital copy itself is overpriced. The disc at least has resale value of you chose to sell it.



Resale value arguments are often invalid. You are suggesting i pay £18 more so that i can have some sort of resale value, wheresas actually my digital purchase can only ever lose £11.99 in value, your choice can devalue from £30 to £0 over time (yes...one day it will become worthless!) so therefore you stand to lose £30, compared to my £11.99. You also incorrectly assume i want to sell my copy, but i dont buy things to sell them. Therefore ive saved £18.01!

You also speak of “value” in that aside from the 4K disc youve got an extra blu ray disc and a steelbook...however £18 for a blu ray disc that many will probably never use ( why would you watch it once you own the 4K version? The chances of you desperately needing to watch it on the portable tv in the guest bedroom are realistically quite slim!) and a fancy case to stick sideways on the shelf hardly seems like value to me. Its just bloated tat to excuse a high purchase price, making you believe you are getting a good deal.

Lets be honest, if you are justifying £30 to buy ONE film then you probably wont understand my point of view...but i will be £18.01 better off after my purchase!
EstorilBlue3 h, 42 m ago

Resale value arguments are often invalid. You are suggesting i pay £18 …Resale value arguments are often invalid. You are suggesting i pay £18 more so that i can have some sort of resale value, wheresas actually my digital purchase can only ever lose £11.99 in value, your choice can devalue from £30 to £0 over time (yes...one day it will become worthless!) so therefore you stand to lose £30, compared to my £11.99. You also incorrectly assume i want to sell my copy, but i dont buy things to sell them. Therefore ive saved £18.01!You also speak of “value” in that aside from the 4K disc youve got an extra blu ray disc and a steelbook...however £18 for a blu ray disc that many will probably never use ( why would you watch it once you own the 4K version? The chances of you desperately needing to watch it on the portable tv in the guest bedroom are realistically quite slim!) and a fancy case to stick sideways on the shelf hardly seems like value to me. Its just bloated tat to excuse a high purchase price, making you believe you are getting a good deal. Lets be honest, if you are justifying £30 to buy ONE film then you probably wont understand my point of view...but i will be £18.01 better off after my purchase!


I wouldn't buy the steel book, only the standard release. Which comes with 3 copies of the film anyway. Nor would I be selling them, but some do, and shortly after release, most will recoup a significant portion of their purchase price.
They would also have the option of retaining the digital copy that comes bundles with all 4K discs.

Personally I would like 4K discs to be offered as just disc only, not bundled and at a more favourable price of £15 or so.
UiRChris_8 h, 47 m ago

I wouldn't buy the steel book, only the standard release. Which comes with …I wouldn't buy the steel book, only the standard release. Which comes with 3 copies of the film anyway. Nor would I be selling them, but some do, and shortly after release, most will recoup a significant portion of their purchase price.They would also have the option of retaining the digital copy that comes bundles with all 4K discs.Personally I would like 4K discs to be offered as just disc only, not bundled and at a more favourable price of £15 or so.


But there lies the fault in your logic. You mention that quick resell results in a recoup of a significant portion of their purchase price, lets say that they resell what they bought, losing “X” value and retaining an HD digital copy of the film.

Therefore youve paid “X” for a digital HD copy.
I have paid £11.99 for my digital 4K copy.

Im pretty sure “X” would be somewhere in the region of £5-10 if you sold very soon after release, therefore i would have paid £7-£2 extra for a 4K digital version, which in my eyes is a much better purchase.

Factor in all the messing around to sell your disc version on ebay (listing time, selling time, payment delays, postage problems etc...) or at the local store (petrol costs, queuing time etc...) and suddenly the few £s youve saved on an inferior HD digital copy hardly seem worth it. Ive not even started on the fact you would have sufferred some kind of inconvience (travel costs, postage costs, delivery times etc...)to get your disc in the first place, whereas i just clicked a button.

Hopefully now you see why “better resell value”is a falsehood.
Edited by: "EstorilBlue" 14th Jul
EstorilBlue2 h, 29 m ago

But there lies the fault in your logic. You mention that quick resell …But there lies the fault in your logic. You mention that quick resell results in a recoup of a significant portion of their purchase price, lets say that they resell what they bought, losing “X” value and retaining an HD digital copy of the film. Therefore youve paid “X” for a digital HD copy.I have paid £11.99 for my digital 4K copy.Im pretty sure “X” would be somewhere in the region of £5-10 if you sold very soon after release, therefore i would have paid £7-£2 extra for a 4K digital version, which in my eyes is a much better purchase.Factor in all the messing around to sell your disc version on ebay (listing time, selling time, payment delays, postage problems etc...) or at the local store (petrol costs, queuing time etc...) and suddenly the few £s youve saved on an inferior HD digital copy hardly seem worth it. Ive not even started on the fact you would have sufferred some kind of inconvience (travel costs, postage costs, delivery times etc...)to get your disc in the first place, whereas i just clicked a button.Hopefully now you see why “better resell value”is a falsehood.



I was thinking beyond just this one film. Which of course doesn't come with a 4k digital code but many others do.

I would be interested to know where you will be getting it for £11.99 in 4k as well? Apple?
UiRChris_12 h, 6 m ago

I was thinking beyond just this one film. Which of course doesn't come …I was thinking beyond just this one film. Which of course doesn't come with a 4k digital code but many others do. I would be interested to know where you will be getting it for £11.99 in 4k as well? Apple?


Yes buddy, reduced from £13.99 to £11.99 this week
EstorilBlue15th Jul

Yes buddy, reduced from £13.99 to £11.99 this week


That's the problem, anything apple I won't touch whether it's a bargain or not.
AppleJack8557 m ago

That's the problem, anything apple I won't touch whether it's a bargain or …That's the problem, anything apple I won't touch whether it's a bargain or not.


Shame, you are missing some great stuff!
EstorilBlue16th Jul

Shame, you are missing some great stuff!


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