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National Treasure HD - £4.99 @ iTunes Store

£4.99£11.9958%iTunes Store Deals
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Posted 20th May
Benn watching this price for a while normally £11.99
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I’d expect to buy them both for this price
lukendyer20/05/2019 20:21

Can you on Blu-ray?


Probably, they are 15 years old at least aren’t they lol. I’m not judging your post, I haven’t voted either way, I just think that the studio is having a laugh

Edit plus 4K films are going at this price when on offer
Edited by: "marcgreen11" 20th May
marcgreen1120/05/2019 20:23

Probably, they are 15 years old at least aren’t they lol. I’m not judging …Probably, they are 15 years old at least aren’t they lol. I’m not judging your post, I haven’t voted either way, I just think that the studio is having a laughEdit plus 4K films are going at this price when on offer


11.99 was a joke, £4.99 is a standard price. Both on Blu-ray are selling for 9.99 on amazon. Good deal if you have been waiting for them to come down and have a digital copy instead of a soon to be redundant Blu Ray disc
lukendyer20/05/2019 20:26

11.99 was a joke, £4.99 is a standard price. Both on Blu-ray are selling …11.99 was a joke, £4.99 is a standard price. Both on Blu-ray are selling for 9.99 on amazon. Good deal if you have been waiting for them to come down and have a digital copy instead of a soon to be redundant Blu Ray disc


I don’t agree, modern 4K films go on offer for this money. It’s Disney though isn’t it....
Edited by: "marcgreen11" 20th May
marcgreen1120/05/2019 20:28

I don’t agree, modern 4K films go on offer for this money. It’s Disney tho …I don’t agree, modern 4K films go on offer for this money. It’s Disney though isn’t it....


How’s those vhs’s and dvds doing? Agree with the 4K but Disney don’t make available 4K films on iTunes as they’re releasing their own platform, Disney plus which will having everyone for a flat rate fee at the end of the year
lukendyer20/05/2019 20:30

How’s those vhs’s and dvds doing? Agree with the 4K but Disney don’t make a …How’s those vhs’s and dvds doing? Agree with the 4K but Disney don’t make available 4K films on iTunes as they’re releasing their own platform, Disney plus which will having everyone for a flat rate fee at the end of the year


What’s the relevance of vhs and dvd, I’ve spent tonnes of money on iTunes. I haven’t slammed your post, just saying that I don’t agree that it’s a deal.
Edited by: "marcgreen11" 21st May
Not the cheapest price, considering their seems to be no plans for a 4K version. Which is a shame, as even though they bombed with critics, I enjoyed them.
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 21st May
Been on here a few years now and can safely say this has to be the coldest deal ive ever seen
matt.lee21/05/2019 13:24

Been on here a few years now and can safely say this has to be the coldest …Been on here a few years now and can safely say this has to be the coldest deal ive ever seen


U didn’t see the pirates of the Caribbean deal then lol. The problem is ppl are
downvoting the movie not the deal, 58% is a good deal end of.
lukendyer21/05/2019 13:48

U didn’t see the pirates of the Caribbean deal then lol. The problem is p …U didn’t see the pirates of the Caribbean deal then lol. The problem is ppl aredownvoting the movie not the deal, 58% is a good deal end of.


The issue is that the initial pricing point is wrong, 58% saving off £11.99 is nonsense, you can pick up some new films for £9.99, some newer films are on sale with 4K for a similar pricing point, Interstellar for example is £3.99. The standard price should be £4.99 with a 20% sale for a deal, they should even bundle the two films but clearly Disney won’t. I think that is why it’s cold.
Edited by: "marcgreen11" 21st May
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