Lord of the Rings Extended Edition Blu-Ray Boxed Set - £29.99 fulfilled by amazon
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Lord of the Rings Extended Edition Blu-Ray Boxed Set - £29.99 fulfilled by amazon

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Posted 3rd Apr 2013
Lord of the Rings Extended Edition Blu-Ray Boxed Set on sale at amazon for £29.99 supplied by Speedy-Stock (fulfilled by amazon), or £30.34 if you prefer to deal with amazon directly
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I just got this from Zavvi using there 'Is this goodbye' 10% off deal for £29.66. With Quidco it came to £28.77. Just a thought for anyone with the voucher... hot deal anyway though.

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If the day ever comes that the release the extended versions as single-sided Blurays then I'll buy them ..

I suspect this might eventually happen as they'll realise they can make even more money out of people ..
Finally a reasonable price....but I am sick to death of these now so not for me. Definitely grab it if you are a fan.
Got this at Tesco for the same price last year, first time I have seen it at a similar cost. This set is an absolute must, the extended scenes and extra content make the films far superior to the original release and the films make more sense because of it. Heat added
Got the DVD edition and would only consider upgrading to blu-ray if I didn't have to swap discs halfway through the film, which you still do, anyway the DVD transfer on the extended editions is excellent anyway. But if they ever release it how it should be on 1 Blu-ray per film then sure I'll buy them again.
This price has been on play.com for a while now....
Bought the blu-ray extended editions separately for £10 each at Sainsburys/ ASDA a while ago. This is a decent price!
Only issue with these is that although they are obviously far superior to their DVD counterparts the HD is far from perfect. And despite improvements the first movie has a green tinge throughout which is off putting when looking at snow etc.

You just know that in a little bit there will be a new remastered version.

Hot price none the less.
david_robinson94

And despite improvements the first movie has a green tinge throughout … And despite improvements the first movie has a green tinge throughout which is off putting when looking at snow etc.


This isn't present on the UK version of the Blu-Ray.
or watch them on film 4 for free?
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Extended versions = extra sleep.
wow still not on 1 disc thats sloppy ,
this is a bit expensive for me tbh...£30 I like getting my films really cheap. but its a good deal for people who like hd and have deep pockets.
shadowdogg

why would you want an inferior release? it's like choosing the twin with … why would you want an inferior release? it's like choosing the twin with the smaller boobs.



And boobs that don't shake, aren't boobs at all..
I have the individual extended editions on DVD, so I'm not really fancying forking out another £30 to get them on Blu Ray...
That said, I think they are great films, and the amount of content, or "bang for your buck" makes this easily worthy of heat.
Been waiting for this price for while - ordered, thanks
Reload

Yeah, cold whilst HMV are doing all 3 extended editions for £20 on … Yeah, cold whilst HMV are doing all 3 extended editions for £20 on bluray. Not interested in making of extras and larger box for another £10 on top.



This. Does anyone actually watch all these extras anyway? The novelty of 'making of' documentaries wore of after the first few DVDs had them.
Phoenix Flight

This. Does anyone actually watch all these extras anyway? The novelty of … This. Does anyone actually watch all these extras anyway? The novelty of 'making of' documentaries wore of after the first few DVDs had them.



I certainly love watching the special features. Especially on the old classics. I guess mainstream movie watchers dont hold that view. I guess you have to be hardcore to watch a 3 hour documentary on the making of Blade Runner.
HMV have the individual extended edition Blu-rays available as part of their 3 for £20 deal in store.
davtom

For many people, the extended editions are just too long. They are aimed … For many people, the extended editions are just too long. They are aimed at the big Tolkien fans, whereas the theatrical versions are aimed at those who are not such big fans..



having seen the third film in the cinema (where we were tolds there was an interval but it never happened) the theatrical ones are bloody long, seeing them at home where you can pause it is the best option, as these are even longer its even better to watch it at home
Edited by: "chewie84" 4th Apr 2013
My PRECIOUS!
Can't see it for £29.99. Expired?
£32.95 on Zavvi. With a code £29.95?

Currently £34.39 on Amazon.

When HMV and Play stopped selling stuff the entertainment market really died a bit. Hopefully HMV will be back soon.
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