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Harry Potter Year 1-6 (7 disc set) Blu-ray £28 instore @ HMV
Harry Potter Year 1-6 (7 disc set) Blu-ray £28 instore @ HMV

Harry Potter Year 1-6 (7 disc set) Blu-ray £28 instore @ HMV

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In the clearance section, seems a good price for 1-6 on Blu-ray

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Original Poster

Was at the Glasgow Fort branch, there was at least 5 of them

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got this at the weekend for 24.99 on hmv website-its gone up now tho so this is the cheapest I reckon

Rather just wait for the box set tbh, they will be releasing this again soon with all 7 films and then again with all 8 films and finally a legendary editions with 25 disca including dvds, digital copies etc;

They will continue raping the franchise all the way to the bank.

£ 27.99

at Play - goodish sale on now!! Top cash back makes it (3pcent) off = around £ 27.16

SOLD!!!!!!!!!!

Original Poster

I've seen them in 3 branches now, all with healthy stock (Glasgow Fort, Sauchiehall Street and Buchanan Street)

Mine arrived from Play in a few days - Topcashback is about 3%. All good!

But this is still £24.99 on both the HMV site and Amazon

Just picked it up for £20 in store in Ealing! How's that for a hot deal?!


good price if you want it straight away .

hot

Why are BR discs so overpriced?!

Typical when you buy in a sale nowadays - cheaper next week!

kemik

Why are BR discs so overpriced?!



Because people are prepared to pay these crazy prices. Until that stops, prices will remain artificially high.

Even stranger are the people prepared to spend good money on blu-ray versions of films they already have on DVD. If decently upscaled there really isn't a great deal of visible difference between the image quality in my humble opinion.

Flake99

Because people are prepared to pay these crazy prices. Until that stops, … Because people are prepared to pay these crazy prices. Until that stops, prices will remain artificially high.Even stranger are the people prepared to spend good money on blu-ray versions of films they already have on DVD. If decently upscaled there really isn't a great deal of visible difference between the image quality in my humble opinion.



totally agree, although the TV i use is only 32 inch and 1080i

Totally disagree. Upscaling is nothing like Blu-ray. You can instantly tell the difference.

r simsini

Totally disagree. Upscaling is nothing like Blu-ray. You can instantly … Totally disagree. Upscaling is nothing like Blu-ray. You can instantly tell the difference.



Agreed, i just upgraded from an HD ready TV to a full HD Tv and the difference on that is amazingly noticable, i cant even wonder what it would be with going from no HD to full HD. I wouldnt re buy all my movies again, but i havent actually bought a dvd for about 3 years now due to my ps3 and blu ray.

Blu ray is markedly superior in every way to upscaling and normal DVDs.

r simsini1 person likes this

Totally disagree. Upscaling is nothing like Blu-ray. You can instantly … Totally disagree. Upscaling is nothing like Blu-ray. You can instantly tell the difference.



Have to agree, upscaling is barely noticeable, blu-ray and dvd is chalk & cheese

There's also a notable difference in sound too if you've got an amp capable of playing the uncompressed audio tracks Blu-Ray discs have.

Well, I can only only speak from my experience. But I have a full hd Sony 40" with a s370 blu ray player. There is to my eyes only a very slight difference between upscaled DVDs and Blu ray discs. I have a lovefilm subscription and often do a test with family or friends or whoever is round watching a film. I don't tell them if that day's disc is a blu-ray or DVD. 9 times out of 10, people say blu ray when a DVD is on.

It's not that blu-ray discs don't appear to be great quality, it's just that so do upscaled DVDs on the s370.

Original Poster

Def deserved to go cold, considering it was going for £18 the following month on the HMV website.
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