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Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince (Two-Disc Special Edition DVD) £3.15 delivered @ CD WOW
Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince (Two-Disc Special Edition DVD) £3.15 delivered @ CD WOW

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince (Two-Disc Special Edition DVD) £3.15 delivered @ CD WOW

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Harry Potter and the half Blood Prince, the sixth installment in the Harry Potter Saga is captivating, dark, and scary. The world of the wizards has finally come to terms that Lord Voldemort has returned and that Harry Potter is the only wizard that can defeat Voldemort.

The movie begins with Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) suspecting that Draco Malfoy (Tom Felton) is a newly recruited Death Eater, a servant of the Dark Lord Voldemort. In addition, Professor Dumbledore (Michael Gambon) starts privately instructing Harry for his battle with the evil forces. During these lessons, the dark past of Tom Riddle (Voldemort) is revealed and the movie provides an excellent insight into Riddle's descent to the dark side and the actors that portray Riddle are eerily wonderful. In the meantime, Harry learns about Voldemort's most powerful weapon, the Horcrux (within which Voldemort split his soul so that he cannot be killed) from the new potions professor, Horace Slughorn (Jim Broadbent). The movie climaxes with an epic showdown between Harry, Dumbledore, and the Half Blood Prince.

Despite the evil looming over Hogwarts, Harry, Ron (Rupert Grint), and Hermione (Emma Watson) give the audience laughs a plenty as their teenage awkwardness shines through their struggles with the Death Eaters. Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince raises the stakes and is the best Harry Potter film to date. The movie is a nail-biting thriller and the key theatrical scenes are executed very well. It does a perfect job of setting up the two-part grand finale that is to follow.

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Over 1 month ago.

Isn't CD Wow rumoured to be in trouble at the moment? Hence selling off their stock very cheap...

CD-WOW were in voluntary administration recently, but the assets of the business have apparently now been taken over by some Australian outfit who own a large chain of DVD rental shops in OZ. Should be quite safe to still use them therefore... I do anyway.

Besides, if anything ever did go awry with an order due to them ceasing to trade you could just initiate a charge-back on your credit card. No loss.

yep, I've continued to buy from them - their delivery has speeded up since being taken over, from average of 10 days to 4-5 days :-)

etceteraz

CD-WOW were in voluntary administration recently, but the assets of the … CD-WOW were in voluntary administration recently, but the assets of the business have apparently now been taken over by some Australian outfit who own a large chain of DVD rental shops in OZ. Should be quite safe to still use them therefore... I do anyway.Besides, if anything ever did go awry with an order due to them ceasing to trade you could just initiate a charge-back on your credit card. No loss.



For a purchase less than £100?

Yes, you can do a charge-back on your credit card for a purchase less than £100.

Actually, credit card company policy (Lloyds/HBOS anyway) is to automatically charge-back anything under £5 without question. They do this as it is not cost effective for them to waste employee time (which is tantamount to money to them) on investigating such low claims.

Anything above this threshold (£5), and they will probably be asking you a few questions about your requested charge-back (e.g. proof of existence of problem, correspondence between you and retailer etc.) before approving it.
Edited by: "etceteraz" 19th Sep 2010

great price

Well, I tried to find on their site, but no success - got a direct link?

cant find this deal on their site

it this DVD Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince (Two-Disc Special Edition DVD) in FULL screen OR is it in WIDE screen? are both the 2 dvd's in this pack in FULL screen OR is it in WIDE screen? please let me know! as its VERY important! Thanks From Hermione1983

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I'm sure this is a refferal offer, as I'm sure I received it in an email. Reported to be checked with MOD's first.
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