Offer stack - 10 for £10 on DVDs & get £5+ worth of points back e.g. Harry Potter, The Hobbit, Transformers, Alan Partridge (161 titles to choose) @ 365 Games  (free delivery)
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Offer stack - 10 for £10 on DVDs & get £5+ worth of points back e.g. Harry Potter, The Hobbit, Transformers, Alan Partridge (161 titles to choose) @ 365 Games (free delivery)

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Found 10th Oct
This combines two offers, 365 games are running a 10 for £10 on a range of DVD titles (161 in total). They have just gone live with an offer of 500 points per item purchase (effectively worth 50p) which currently works with this offer, so you are getting around £5+ worth of points back which can be redeemed on a £30 spend. Delivery is free.

Here's an example order:

  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 Two-Disc Edition DVD
  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 'Year Three' DVD
  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 'Year Two' [DVD]
  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone 'Year One' DVD
  • The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Two-Disc Special Edition DVD
  • Transformers 1-3 Movie Set DVD
  • I'm Alan Partridge - Series 1 DVD
  • Bad Teacher / Easy A / Superbad Triple DVD Box Set
  • 4 Film Collection Atonement/Age Of Innocence/Pride & Prejudice/Sense & Sensibility DVD
  • Muhammad Ali The Greatest/When We Were Kings DVD

So total cost is £10 (savings of £33.90) plus will get 7200 points worth £7.20.


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p.s. you also get 500 points on any purchase if you were looking to buy other items outside of this offer


Edit: Just to add a bit of information around points redemption. You can convert points in the My Account area (view my points balance) into vouchers. If you have £5 of points you can convert this into a £5 off £30 voucher, tested and does work on special offers.

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Have they got this film?

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Stacccccck!! Heat added, great find

Their points system is rubbish though. You have to exchange them for a voucher off a certain spend. 5000 points would be £5 off a £35 spend excluding sale items if I remember correctly.

Heat added, but as you said the points are only beneficial if you're going to actually spend money with them again.

Have they got this film?

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Are these new or used DVDs?

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JohnnyRoller29 m ago

Their points system is rubbish though. You have to exchange them for a …Their points system is rubbish though. You have to exchange them for a voucher off a certain spend. 5000 points would be £5 off a £35 spend excluding sale items if I remember correctly.Heat added, but as you said the points are only beneficial if you're going to actually spend money with them again.




Thanks for the info - thought the 10 for 10 offer was decent enough and points is a bonus.

Just had a look into redemption and looks like the threshold for redemption is £30 to redeem £5 worth of points, tested and does work on special offers so maybe useful for some.

I had great deal of fight to get rid of DVDs in my home. Streaming is the future now.

I've had quite a frustrating time.

First of all, not every DVD I added would recognise as a combo deal. Eventually they did by re-adding them to the basket. Now Paypal won't work through their site. Great deal, but might have to give up on them.

UPDATE: Got it working using my card.
Edited by: "Anx10us" 10th Oct

Another great stack Chanchi!

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List of movies is a bit snoresome...

JohnnyRoller3 h, 17 m ago

Their points system is rubbish though. You have to exchange them for a …Their points system is rubbish though. You have to exchange them for a voucher off a certain spend. 5000 points would be £5 off a £35 spend excluding sale items if I remember correctly.Heat added, but as you said the points are only beneficial if you're going to actually spend money with them again.

The 10 DVDs for £10 is the real deal surely?

jackie_chan47 m ago

I had great deal of fight to get rid of DVDs in my home. Streaming is the …I had great deal of fight to get rid of DVDs in my home. Streaming is the future now.

How do you give streaming movies as a gift to someone? Email them a link & password??

No thanks

DVDs still have their place!
Edited by: "Gollywood" 10th Oct

Gollywood4 m ago

The 10 DVDs for £10 is the real deal surely?


I added heat, if you still use DVDs then yes it's a good deal. However I was just highlighting that £5+ in points isn't as it sounds. It is quite misleading unless you know how the point system works, so I was letting people know. It is effectively a money off voucher above certain thresholds.

JohnnyRoller1 m ago

I added heat, if you still use DVDs then yes it's a good deal. However I …I added heat, if you still use DVDs then yes it's a good deal. However I was just highlighting that £5+ in points isn't as it sounds. It is quite misleading unless you know how the point system works, so I was letting people know. It is effectively a money off voucher above certain thresholds.

Fair enough but if I go for this, I'm not overly fussed about any points. Just the 10 for £10

I'll call my local museum. Think they could find some space to fit 10 dvd next to their Betamax display.

Cheers OP.

DeeVeeDees... I remember those

So DVD is an old format....... so what? I’ll buy them and rip them to digital. Might not be 4K, but for a pound a film, I really don’t care.

Do we really still use DVD's? I don't think I could personally watch that quality anymore, so these would be wasted on todays technology (for some, maybe most). But good deal for the kids.

awesome thanks

ktm6662 h, 35 m ago

So DVD is an old format....... so what? I’ll buy them and rip them to d …So DVD is an old format....... so what? I’ll buy them and rip them to digital. Might not be 4K, but for a pound a film, I really don’t care.



Exactly. The trolling comments in here are laughable. There's room for all formats still at the moment. I often buy digital for new films I want to see on release, rip the DVDs to Plex, and have the Blu-Rays for when I want something more immersive.

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Chanchi bet your waiting for your stack gif ?.....Well here it is
Chanchis giant hay............stack (S)

Anx10us3 h, 11 m ago

Exactly. The trolling comments in here are laughable. There's room for all …Exactly. The trolling comments in here are laughable. There's room for all formats still at the moment. I often buy digital for new films I want to see on release, rip the DVDs to Plex, and have the Blu-Rays for when I want something more immersive.

Can you imagine if these kids were born around the audio/video cassette era?

LOGiCALX5 h, 48 m ago

Do we really still use DVD's? I don't think I could personally watch that …Do we really still use DVD's? I don't think I could personally watch that quality anymore, so these would be wasted on todays technology (for some, maybe most). But good deal for the kids.



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£1 per dvd heat added

Anx10us18 h, 4 m ago

Exactly. The trolling comments in here are laughable. There's room for all …Exactly. The trolling comments in here are laughable. There's room for all formats still at the moment. I often buy digital for new films I want to see on release, rip the DVDs to Plex, and have the Blu-Rays for when I want something more immersive.


Sounds very time consuming, DVDs are long, ripping them is long, they take up space and easily get scratched PLUS DVDs and CDS for that matter have a shelf life and dont last forever

COLD

Gollywood14 h, 55 m ago

Can you imagine if these kids were born around the audio/video cassette …Can you imagine if these kids were born around the audio/video cassette era?


I was; proof to that Im still collecting vinyl which has stood the test of time. DVDS are an obsolete format that take up space and consume time. COLD COLD COLD. Just stream or DL; get with the program

Gollywood18 h, 22 m ago

Can you imagine if these kids were born around the audio/video cassette …Can you imagine if these kids were born around the audio/video cassette era?



And dealing with constantly drifting tracking. . .

BassBassBass3 h, 36 m ago

I was; proof to that Im still collecting vinyl which has stood the test of …I was; proof to that Im still collecting vinyl which has stood the test of time. DVDS are an obsolete format that take up space and consume time. COLD COLD COLD. Just stream or DL; get with the program



BassBassBass3 h, 38 m ago

Sounds very time consuming, DVDs are long, ripping them is long, they take …Sounds very time consuming, DVDs are long, ripping them is long, they take up space and easily get scratched PLUS DVDs and CDS for that matter have a shelf life and dont last forever COLD



It's true, ripping them takes a patience that I wouldn't expect some people to have (I'm guessing you're one of them with your negativity). I've done around 6k of them. *Just a little hint for you - you don't need to stop your entire life just to watch the DVDs ripping. There's an outside world, you know? You can do other things.

Also, try and think it through - once they're ripped, on a HDD, the DVDs and cases themselves are put into the loft, and thus negating your space argument.

So, YOU get with the program and I'll see your emoji and raise you a
Edited by: "Anx10us" 11th Oct

Anx10us30 m ago

And dealing with constantly drifting tracking. . .

I used to enjoy splicing audio tapes!!

Anx10us3 h, 47 m ago

It's true, ripping them takes a patience that I wouldn't expect some …It's true, ripping them takes a patience that I wouldn't expect some people to have (I'm guessing you're one of them with your negativity). I've done around 6k of them. *Just a little hint for you - you don't need to stop your entire life just to watch the DVDs ripping. There's an outside world, you know? You can do other things.Also, try and think it through - once they're ripped, on a HDD, the DVDs and cases themselves are put into the loft, and thus negating your space argument. So, YOU get with the program and I'll see your emoji and raise you a


Its not about patience as mentioned its time consuming, ripping them, re-selling the disks etc etc In the little time I have off (from making films, TV and commercials ) I would like to use it wisely like instantly streaming Plus DVDs aren't even HD SD doesn't look great on an HD TV let alone a 4K one The whole thing is obsolete the only disk drive in my house is inside the PS4 which also has Netflix and every other streamer on it Ripping DVDs is like flogging a dead donkey Do you still watch your laser disks on a 4:3 television set? Is the remote wired in? 3 terrestrial channels yeah


Im just messing with you, but the whole process of ripping SD disks does seem a tad long though Its clear you are a collector/archiver and got something going on that you have pride in at 6K films, so my hat off to you I guess its a generational thing
Edited by: "BassBassBass" 11th Oct

Anx10us10th Oct

Exactly. The trolling comments in here are laughable. There's room for all …Exactly. The trolling comments in here are laughable. There's room for all formats still at the moment. I often buy digital for new films I want to see on release, rip the DVDs to Plex, and have the Blu-Rays for when I want something more immersive.


I agree. Plus it seems most forget its about whats on the format. Hopefully its at least a good film, you are paying to experience it once or maybe more. An appreciation thing maybe. I prefer DVDs and Bluray to streaming. Blurays for 3D / action mostly, DVDs are fine for other films. Streaming for me - after getting fed up with the things that can go wrong with it - is good for rentals. Plus theres nothing better than having shelves full of films you can admire! Gives a house a bit of personality, plus if you are seriously bored you can rearrange lol. Having it all on digital is so damn boring in comparison - and if it messes up its a bitch to sort it out. Not for me thanks.

heathenmagic12th Oct

I agree. Plus it seems most forget its about whats on the format. …I agree. Plus it seems most forget its about whats on the format. Hopefully its at least a good film, you are paying to experience it once or maybe more. An appreciation thing maybe. I prefer DVDs and Bluray to streaming. Blurays for 3D / action mostly, DVDs are fine for other films. Streaming for me - after getting fed up with the things that can go wrong with it - is good for rentals. Plus theres nothing better than having shelves full of films you can admire! Gives a house a bit of personality, plus if you are seriously bored you can rearrange lol. Having it all on digital is so damn boring in comparison - and if it messes up its a bitch to sort it out. Not for me thanks.



Exactly right. DVDs I use for Plex because it struggles to stream very high quality. I have Plex movies on in the background while I'm working. Blu-Rays and 4k etc for movies that demand that level - like Guardians of the Galaxy 1&2 etc. It's true, most older films do not need to be Blu-Ray. The idea is stupid. I have a large classic collection and SD or less is just fine. Not sure I want to waste time and money on "Plan 9 from Outer Space" in 4k
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