New stock of Blu-ray's in-store - £2 Each @ Poundland in Oldbury (See Post)
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New stock of Blu-ray's in-store - £2 Each @ Poundland in Oldbury (See Post)

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Posted 1st OctAvailable: National
I noticed that a new range of Blu-ray films have been released in-store in Poundland (Oldbury).
List includes:
Fast & The Furious 7
Emoji Movie
Jurassic World
Bourne Supremacy and Ultimatum

It was a quick browse but I know the range has increased a lot. I'll try and add updates when I get more time to go in, but thought I'd add this note as a shout out.

All Blu-ray's are £2
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coldpop01/10/2019 20:52

Poundland. Singular. Suggesting items cost a pound. Widely accepted.


Boots sell pharmaceuticals and not footwear.
Currys sell anything but a Tikka Masala.

Do you object to shopping at these places too?
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I would pay 10p for the Emoji Movie but it better come with a paper bag, to hide it
Edited by: "t4v" 1st Oct
t4v01/10/2019 19:52

I would pay 10p for the Emoji Movie but it better come with a paper bag, …I would pay 10p for the Emoji Movie but it better come with a paper bag, to hide it


I just wouldn't...
Greengrocer's apostrophe's included!
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Will never pay £2 for something from a shop named Poundland out of principle.
coldpop01/10/2019 20:29

Will never pay £2 for something from a shop named Poundland out of …Will never pay £2 for something from a shop named Poundland out of principle.


Would you prefer Euros, Dollers, Yen?
t4v01/10/2019 20:49

Would you prefer Euros, Dollers, Yen?


I would prefer £1 per item as the name suggests. Also, it’s Dollars.
coldpop01/10/2019 20:50

I would prefer £1 per item as the name suggests. Also, it’s Dollars.


Where in Poundland does it say One Pound?
t4v01/10/2019 20:51

Where in Poundland does it say One Pound?


Poundland. Singular. Suggesting items cost a pound. Widely accepted.
coldpop01/10/2019 20:52

Poundland. Singular. Suggesting items cost a pound. Widely accepted.


Come on, you can’t call it Poundsland. That sounds like a gay club, to be fair they both do.
t4v01/10/2019 20:55

Come on, you can’t call it Poundsland. That sounds like a gay club, to be …Come on, you can’t call it Poundsland. That sounds like a gay club, to be fair they both do.


I wouldn’t know.
coldpop01/10/2019 20:52

Poundland. Singular. Suggesting items cost a pound. Widely accepted.


Boots sell pharmaceuticals and not footwear.
Currys sell anything but a Tikka Masala.

Do you object to shopping at these places too?
Saw these in my local too. I got Terminator: Genesis 3D too. Just to see how bad it is!
niknak01/10/2019 23:07

Saw these in my local too. I got Terminator: Genesis 3D too. Just to see …Saw these in my local too. I got Terminator: Genesis 3D too. Just to see how bad it is!


It's an alright film
Hadouken!01/10/2019 22:32

Boots sell pharmaceuticals and not footwear.Currys sell anything but a …Boots sell pharmaceuticals and not footwear.Currys sell anything but a Tikka Masala.Do you object to shopping at these places too?


There was no Mr. Poundland though. Those places are named after people. That shop was created to sell items in bulk for £1, hence Poundland. Boots wasn’t created to sell footwear, and Currys was never meant to be a food establishment. So, cocky comments aside, I’m still correct. The consumer is led to believe that the shop sells item for £1. By selling higher priced items, they are misleading their customers and falsely advertising.
coldpop02/10/2019 07:32

There was no Mr. Poundland though. Those places are named after people. …There was no Mr. Poundland though. Those places are named after people. That shop was created to sell items in bulk for £1, hence Poundland. Boots wasn’t created to sell footwear, and Currys was never meant to be a food establishment. So, cocky comments aside, I’m still correct. The consumer is led to believe that the shop sells item for £1. By selling higher priced items, they are misleading their customers and falsely advertising.


Sorry, I hate to break this to you, but there’s no Aunt Bessie, Uncle Ben or Sara Lee either, pal.

It’s just the name of the shop - it’s not meant to be literal.
Hadouken!02/10/2019 09:10

Sorry, I hate to break this to you, but there’s no Aunt Bessie, Uncle Ben o …Sorry, I hate to break this to you, but there’s no Aunt Bessie, Uncle Ben or Sara Lee either, pal.It’s just the name of the shop - it’s not meant to be literal.


Actually, if you look into it, instead of frantically googling brand names, you’ll see that it was meant to be entirely literal, with the intention of selling goods solely priced at £1, however, the more expensive lines were added in a bid to compete with other discounted shops.
Someone suggested in a previous thread, they should change the name to Poundland and more. Good idea I reckon.
...the name of the shop might change completely after Brexit...they will no longer be able to sell those European food imports for a pound.
coldpop02/10/2019 07:32

There was no Mr. Poundland though. Those places are named after people. …There was no Mr. Poundland though. Those places are named after people. That shop was created to sell items in bulk for £1, hence Poundland. Boots wasn’t created to sell footwear, and Currys was never meant to be a food establishment. So, cocky comments aside, I’m still correct. The consumer is led to believe that the shop sells item for £1. By selling higher priced items, they are misleading their customers and falsely advertising.


Jeeesh mate, you really do need to lighten up a bit
phillyboy02/10/2019 15:49

Jeeesh mate, you really do need to lighten up a bit


Why? All I stated was that Poundland should live up to its name. I’m not the one that spent ages researching brand names containing imaginary human names, then responding facetiously for no apparent reason. Thanks for the concern though.
coldpop02/10/2019 15:59

Why? All I stated was that Poundland should live up to its name. I’m not t …Why? All I stated was that Poundland should live up to its name. I’m not the one that spent ages researching brand names containing imaginary human names, then responding facetiously for no apparent reason. Thanks for the concern though.


But what about Poundstetcher? They don’t do everything a pound and no one moans about that
t4v02/10/2019 16:05

But what about Poundstetcher? They don’t do everything a pound and no one m …But what about Poundstetcher? They don’t do everything a pound and no one moans about that


To stretch in financial terms, is to make something go further. They sell things cheaply, thusly “stretching” your money. That is within the implied description of the name. I hate Poundstretcher as a company, so I’d never shop there, but your point is invalid here. They never opened with the intention of supplying goods at £1, only at a discounted price. I’m not sure how many times I need to explain this to you. Poundland opened with the sole purpose of selling every item at £1. They have failed to do that with higher priced goods.
Got Senna triple play in my local store
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