Free £5 voucher when you Buy & keep RAMPAGE from Sky - £13.99 DVD / £17.99 Blu Ray
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Free £5 voucher when you Buy & keep RAMPAGE from Sky - £13.99 DVD / £17.99 Blu Ray

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Found 7th AugEdited by:"garyhilton"
Not the greatest deal (or film for that matter!) however I just wanted to make people aware that if you purchase the film “RAMPAGE” starring Dwayne The Rock Johnson from Sky’s Buy & Keep, they are currently giving away a £5 voucher to use on future purchases. That kind of makes the DVD £8.99 or the Blu Ray £12.99 PLUS you get a digital copy PLUS Its on early release so you can watch the film now.

Buy & Keep Rampage on DVD for £13.99 on on Blu-ray for £17.99 before 20/08/18 and you’ll get a £5 Sky Store voucher. One voucher per household delivered with DVD/Blu-Ray. Redeem + spend at skystore.com only by 30/09/18.
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I saw this deal and thought it was good for people who wants a DVD/blu ray. Me personally went to rakuten for uhd hdr for £7 instead of getting tied to my next purchase through sky with my £5 voucher
Edited by: "stephen_hoult" 7th Aug
stephen_hoult35 m ago

I saw this deal and thought it was good for people who wants a DVD/blu …I saw this deal and thought it was good for people who wants a DVD/blu ray. Me personally went to rakuten for uhd hdr for £7 instead of getting tied to my next purchase through sky with my £5 voucher


Yes I thought the same however I was planning on buying the new Avengers Infinity Wars in a few weeks time, so the £5 voucher can go towards that, so in my case it feels like a genuine saving.
The rakuten deal is Ok, but you’ve paid £7 for a digital copy, whereas I’ve got a HD digital copy AND a physical disc AND a £5 voucher for £13.99. I bet I could flog the disc when it arrives and possibly get a good £7 or £8 and effectively have the digital download for free?!
The film is that bad they are bribing you to buy it
powerbrick5 m ago

The film is that bad they are bribing you to buy it


LOL, yes it’s not going to win any awards is it? But hey it’s school holidays and as a disposable throwaway leave-your-brain-by-the door action movie it does what it says on the tin!
save your money leave the voucher be.
£13.99 for this monstrosity?
Wait a few months until there's about 20 copies of the Blu-ray in Cex for £3 if your really want it.
r49632 h, 46 m ago

£13.99 for this monstrosity?Wait a few months until there's about 20 …£13.99 for this monstrosity?Wait a few months until there's about 20 copies of the Blu-ray in Cex for £3 if your really want it.


Well you could do that with ANY film couldn’t you? And it feels more like it’s £8.99 for this monstrosity, depending how you you view the voucher?
Can the voucher be used on Avengers Infinity War? I had the Sky Store code for the free buy &keep and it would not work on any Disney movies, i.e it wouldn't work with Coco, Black Panther or Last Jedi. Just wondering if Sky are doing the same with the £5 voucher?
Grantos133 m ago

Can the voucher be used on Avengers Infinity War? I had the Sky Store …Can the voucher be used on Avengers Infinity War? I had the Sky Store code for the free buy &keep and it would not work on any Disney movies, i.e it wouldn't work with Coco, Black Panther or Last Jedi. Just wondering if Sky are doing the same with the £5 voucher?


I’m not aware of any limitations on the voucher, and can’t see anything in the terms & conditions. As far as I can make it it’s a voucher redeemable against future Sky store purchases, regardless of production company & distribution studios.
garyhilton2 h, 41 m ago

I’m not aware of any limitations on the voucher, and can’t see anything in …I’m not aware of any limitations on the voucher, and can’t see anything in the terms & conditions. As far as I can make it it’s a voucher redeemable against future Sky store purchases, regardless of production company & distribution studios.



Awesome, cheers
powerbrick20 h, 36 m ago

The film is that bad they are bribing you to buy it



Shame - used to love the old arcade / Commodore 64 game back in the day.
garyhilton7th Aug

Yes I thought the same however I was planning on buying the new Avengers …Yes I thought the same however I was planning on buying the new Avengers Infinity Wars in a few weeks time, so the £5 voucher can go towards that, so in my case it feels like a genuine saving. The rakuten deal is Ok, but you’ve paid £7 for a digital copy, whereas I’ve got a HD digital copy AND a physical disc AND a £5 voucher for £13.99. I bet I could flog the disc when it arrives and possibly get a good £7 or £8 and effectively have the digital download for free?!


What you have is an overpriced DVD at £13.99 and a HD copy, plus a £5 voucher. As the DVD + digital download is £9.99 nearly everywhere else, your paying £4 over the standard price. Which really means your £5 voucher is £4 of your own money anyway.

The blu-ray is the better deal, as that is £14.99 on release. So your only paying £3 over, meaning the £5 voucher is only £3 of your own money. Plus you get the actual Blu-ray which will have more chance at being watched then a DVD.
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 13th Aug
peter1969uk13 h, 17 m ago

What you have is an overpriced DVD at £13.99 and a HD copy, plus a £5 v …What you have is an overpriced DVD at £13.99 and a HD copy, plus a £5 voucher. As the DVD + digital download is £9.99 nearly everywhere else, your paying £4 over the standard price. Which really means your £5 voucher is £4 of your own money anyway.The blu-ray is the better deal, as that is £14.99 on release. So your only paying £3 over, meaning the £5 voucher is only £3 of your own money. Plus you get the actual Blu-ray which will have more chance at being watched then a DVD.


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