Harry Potter and the half blood prince blu ray £1.59 @ music magpie-used copy
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Harry Potter and the half blood prince blu ray £1.59 @ music magpie-used copy

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Found 4th Apr 2017
Harry Potter and the half blood prince on blu ray at music magpie so it's a used copy but for £1.59 who's complaining.

There are others on there but they are so low in stock it's not worth listing them.

There is 20% off which is reflecteced in the basket.
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It doesn't state what condition it's in as their listings do on Amazon, is that a bad sign?
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DexMorgan

It doesn't state what condition it's in as their listings do on Amazon, … It doesn't state what condition it's in as their listings do on Amazon, is that a bad sign?



I personally do not buy blu rays from them anymore as they come scratched or skip scenes during play.
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kay1992

I personally do not buy blu rays from them anymore as they come scratched … I personally do not buy blu rays from them anymore as they come scratched or skip scenes during play.



That's why I was enquiring!
I've bought cds from them on Amazon described as in 'very good' condition that were so badly scratched they wouldn't play at all.
I think they describe everything as being in good condition hoping that people won't bother complaining or returning items as they're so cheap.
I've never bought any of their Blu-rays on Amazon, but I've purchased about 10 from their website and never had any issues. All discs were in good condition.
kay1992

I personally do not buy blu rays from them anymore as they come scratched … I personally do not buy blu rays from them anymore as they come scratched or skip scenes during play.



Blu-rays are very hard to scratch compared to DVDs. I have bought dozens of 2nd hand BDs from Music Magpie and not one single one has been scratched. Some of have needed a clean with a cloth but that has been it!

TDK developed the 1st widely used protective coating for Blu Ray discs called Durabis. TDK claims that their clear, polymer protective coating is strong enough to prevent scratches caused by a screwdriver and they suggest that no ordinary handling of a disc should allow for any scratches to appear.


I don't know if I would trust the screwdriver on a disc but the rest has certainly rung true for me.

Edited by: "maninasuitcase" 4th Apr 2017
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DexMorgan

That's why I was enquiring!I've bought cds from them on Amazon described … That's why I was enquiring!I've bought cds from them on Amazon described as in 'very good' condition that were so badly scratched they wouldn't play at all.I think they describe everything as being in good condition hoping that people won't bother complaining or returning items as they're so cheap.



musicMagpie have let me down too many times for me to buy from them again. I've reason to believe the people who sell their unwanted stuff to magpie scratch the discs on purpose (these scumbags do exist) so others won't enjoy them.
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maninasuitcase

Blu-rays are very hard to scratch compared to DVDs. I have bought dozens … Blu-rays are very hard to scratch compared to DVDs. I have bought dozens of 2nd hand BDs from Music Magpie and not one single one has been scratched. Some of have needed a clean with a cloth but that has been it! TDK developed the 1st widely used protective coating for Blu Ray discs called Durabis. TDK claims that their clear, polymer protective coating is strong enough to prevent scratches caused by a screwdriver and they suggest that no ordinary handling of a disc should allow for any scratches to appear.I don't know if I would trust the screwdriver on a disc but the rest has certainly rung true for me.



​Mine have had noticeable scratches on them as if they were done intentionally. Terrible looking scratches, looks like it was knifed!
good find op, heat added
kay1992

​Mine have had noticeable scratches on them as if they were done i … ​Mine have had noticeable scratches on them as if they were done intentionally. Terrible looking scratches, looks like it was knifed!



You must be the most unlucky person in this country. Even my 5-year-old son has never managed to scratch a BD despite constantly mistreating them!
I have around 100 blu rays from music magpie and not had an issue with a single one. Who's getting worried over a £2 blu ray anyway, even if they wouldn't refund it's hardly worth crying about.
MusicMagpie are pretty good when it comes to second-hand discs. If I was just about to buy these films I would need a deal for the entire Harry Potter collection. These are like chapters you can't just watch Year 6 without the watching the others.
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