Doctor Who - Complete Series 8 Blu ray £13.5 delivered CEX
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Doctor Who - Complete Series 8 Blu ray £13.5 delivered CEX

£13.50CeX Deals
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Found 1st Dec
Cheapest I can find for a pre-owned. If you spend over £50 its free delivery thus costing £12

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I haven't used CeX since they changed their postage rates. Considering I used to spend hours looking through their cheap Blu-rays to get 10 items to spread the cost of shipping (I think it's £1.50 per item now), it's a daunting thought - finding £50 worth of cheapies! Free shipping is nice if you're buying a gadget or a couple of box sets (where their condition will be a bit of a gamble), but unless it's one or two items I can't see me using their on-line service very often anymore.

cheapskate251 h, 14 m ago

I haven't used CeX since they changed their postage rates. Considering I …I haven't used CeX since they changed their postage rates. Considering I used to spend hours looking through their cheap Blu-rays to get 10 items to spread the cost of shipping (I think it's £1.50 per item now), it's a daunting thought - finding £50 worth of cheapies! Free shipping is nice if you're buying a gadget or a couple of box sets (where their condition will be a bit of a gamble), but unless it's one or two items I can't see me using their on-line service very often anymore.


I was just about to say something similar on this deal. I went on to buy some old war films for my dad for Xmas since of 14 of the DVDs I wanted there was 3 in my 'local' cex (this is still a good 30 mins drive from me. Since they don't deliver to store for free click and collect and it cost me £21 for £10 worth of films I was gutted. They will seriously loose a lot of customers this way as a lot of people rarely buy DVDs now anyway because of streaming. Stupid idiots

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CazzleRazzle26 m ago

I was just about to say something similar on this deal. I went on to buy …I was just about to say something similar on this deal. I went on to buy some old war films for my dad for Xmas since of 14 of the DVDs I wanted there was 3 in my 'local' cex (this is still a good 30 mins drive from me. Since they don't deliver to store for free click and collect and it cost me £21 for £10 worth of films I was gutted. They will seriously loose a lot of customers this way as a lot of people rarely buy DVDs now anyway because of streaming. Stupid idiots



Yeah they do tend to have a greedy nature around their margins. Thats why I always consider their £1.50 charge on any Blu rays as standard. Even with the charge this is the cheapest its ever been.

Cold. Peter Capaldi.

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themadgoose1 h, 44 m ago

Cold. Peter Capaldi.



AAAAH hes quite hot if you ask me

Mixed. I got two sets of dvds and blue rays from CEX. The blue ray set was as new and was cheaper than new and second hand from elsewhere. The dvd set was completely unplayable. All disks were covered with some sort of cloudy deposit which was almost impossible to remove. They couldn't have been tested. I'm taking them back to the local store. But anyway it'll cost me money to do that.
If you are building a blue ray collection sometimes their prices instore are cheap. But sometimes they are extortionate!
However, if you have vouchers, you are locked into the system.
The other thing is booklets and extras (as they say) may well be missing or used. Particularly important with games.

Ps One set (used) at Music Magpie £12.91 with discount delivered (now)
Edited by: "jasee" 2nd Dec

I've been buying from Cex online for ages. Never experience free shipping over £50 worth of orders always been if a single item is over £50. So basically this would be £13.50 what ever.
Edited by: "mattbrownie" 4th Dec
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