Outlast Trinity (PS4/Xbox One) £19.41 Delivered @ Amazon US
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Outlast Trinity (PS4/Xbox One) £19.41 Delivered @ Amazon US

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Found 3rd Jul 2017
First time sub £20. Hopefully that will give the kick in Base's butt for a price drop. Xbox One is same price. Price includes delivery. Since item value is sub $20 there is no tax/import duty to be paid (look at the picture below for reference). Alternatively £20.89 from FunBox Media on eBay (PS4).


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Outlast Trinity: The Ultimate Horror Bundle. Outlast is a first-person survival horror series developed by Red Barrels. The critically acclaimed franchise is now available for the first time on disc as a complete package. The bundle features over 20 hours of terrifying gameplay across Outlast 1, Outlast Whistleblower and the all new Outlast 2. The protagonists of Outlast have no fighting abilities. They must run, hide or die. Their only weapon is a camcorder they must use to capture the horrible events unfolding as they progress through the game. The camcorder also has a night vision mode to navigate through dark environments. In Outlast 2 you are Blake Langermann, a cameraman working with your wife, Lynn. The two of you are investigative journalists willing to take risks and dig deep to uncover the stories no one else will dare touch. You're following a trail of clues that started with the seemingly impossible murder of a pregnant woman known only as Jane Doe. The investigation has led you miles into the Arizona desert, to a darkness so deep that no one could shed light upon it, and a corruption so profound that going mad may be the only sane thing to do.


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But it won't be a pal copy right? so resell value is 0 at shops like cex and game.
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kos1c7 m ago

But it won't be a pal copy right? so resell value is 0 at shops like cex …But it won't be a pal copy right? so resell value is 0 at shops like cex and game.


Who says they don't?!
mixmixi

Who says they don't?!



Pretty sure they don't accept non-UK games. At least that's the case last time I checked...
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prankster10156 s ago

Pretty sure they don't accept non-UK games. At least that's the case last …Pretty sure they don't accept non-UK games. At least that's the case last time I checked...


CeX does mate. But if you doubt, the Funbox link is in the description for UK copies...
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mixmixi

CeX does mate. But if you doubt, the Funbox link is in the description … CeX does mate. But if you doubt, the Funbox link is in the description for UK copies...



They haven't done with me
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Malanta2 m ago

They haven't done with me


I did sell a duplicate through the postal way. Didn't have any problem. It was a US copy of a vita game. Either I was lucky or you were unlucky then.
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mixmixi

I did sell a duplicate through the postal way. Didn't have any problem. … I did sell a duplicate through the postal way. Didn't have any problem. It was a US copy of a vita game. Either I was lucky or you were unlucky then.



I personally never buy NTSC games anyway, unless it only come out in America in the first place, prefer to keep the collection all English games, even if it costs a bit more money - just the way I is (I know you put the uk link also )
These three goons again. I love horror games so may try this out real soon.
I bought a ps4 game locally, completed it, took to Cex recently, they refused to take it as it was an import (I was unaware)
Personally I'm not fussed but trade in value has never been a factor for me, and not something I'd rely on. Heated for price I'm close to biting for this one X)
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Biddy213 m ago

Amazon has that breakdown wrong, Mix. The UK limit is £15 and the game is …Amazon has that breakdown wrong, Mix. The UK limit is £15 and the game is £15.94 so it is eligible for Vat. (Plus courier charges for clearing it). https://www.gov.uk/goods-sent-from-abroad/tax-and-dutyIt will probably get though customs as long as some jobsworth isn’t petty mind.


There are tax treaties between the UK and the US Amazon sites. As an example, you may also sometimes buy an item from a foreign Amazon site but get it delivered from within the UK (Just recently ordered Wrench Figurine from Watch Dogs 2 from Amazon.es and got it delivered from Swansea). Once you buy it from Amazon US if necessary, they will charge you an "estimated" value for VAT/import fees "AUTOMATICALLY". It does not fall under the same category as you have highlighted. And just to confirm, I have been buying for years from Amazon US and where applicable they have charged me the import fees on top.

An example of an order in which I was charged on import/tax duties by Amazon.

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Edited by: "mixmixi" 3rd Jul 2017
mixmixi

There are tax treaties between the UK and the US Amazon sites. As a … There are tax treaties between the UK and the US Amazon sites. As a proof, you may also sometimes buy an item from a foreign Amazon site but get it delivered from within the UK (Just recently ordered Wrench Figurine from Watch Dogs 2 from Amazon.es and got it delivered from Swansea). Once you buy it from Amazon US if necessary, they will charge you an "estimated" value for VAT/import fees "AUTOMATICALLY". It does not fall under the same category as you have highlighted. And just to confirm, I have been buying for years from Amazon US and where applicable they have charged me the import fees on top.An example of an order in which I was charged on import/tax duties by Amazon.



I had been buying from there for years also and was stung by the fact that Amazon didn’t add customs charges on an item just over £18. I haven’t purchased anything for a while due to the £ being weaker than it used to be though. Just tested a few more items under $20 and you’re right, it’s not adding VAT anymore, even when choosing the fastest delivery.

Things must have changed since I stopped ordering I guess. I’ll delete my other comment to prevent confusion.
Edited by: "Biddy2" 3rd Jul 2017
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Biddy23 m ago

I had been buying from there for years also and was stung by the fact that …I had been buying from there for years also and was stung by the fact that Amazon didn’t add customs charges on an item just over £18. I haven’t purchased anything for a while due to the £ being weaker than it used to be though. Just tested a few more items under $20 and you’re right, it’s not adding VAT anymore, even when choosing the fastest delivery.Things must have changed since I stopped ordering I guess. I’ll delete my other comment to prevent confusion.


Bear that in mind this is only applicable to items that are being sold by Amazon directly. If you are buying from a third party or an item that is being sold by a market seller and fulfilled by Amazon, you are liable for import/tax duties.
mixmixi

CeX does mate. But if you doubt, the Funbox link is in the description … CeX does mate. But if you doubt, the Funbox link is in the description for UK copies...


never taking none UK copies from all the stores i have used. but heat for the deal as i rarely sell my games
Edited by: "voyager123" 3rd Jul 2017
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voyager1233 m ago

never taking none UK copies from all the stores i have used. but heat for …never taking none UK copies from all the stores i have used. but heat for the deal as i rarely sell my games


Count me lucky then but I sold via post not in person. Maybe that is one you may want to try? I don't sell neither but that was a duplicate that I found I ordered in two different batches.
mixmixi5 h, 35 m ago

Who says they don't?!

​I do. Took Pokemon green pal and Pokemon Fire red American version.

Was told I can't trade fire red in due to its not pal.
The manager confirmed this.
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kos1c7 m ago

​I do. Took Pokemon green pal and Pokemon Fire red American version. Was t …​I do. Took Pokemon green pal and Pokemon Fire red American version. Was told I can't trade fire red in due to its not pal. The manager confirmed this.


So what did you do with the game after that? Did you eat it?
Edited by: "mixmixi" 3rd Jul 2017
mixmixi10 m ago

So what did you do with the game after that? Did you eat it?

​Put back in a draw. Think it's not worth much off eBay as it's not PAL.
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kos1c

​Put back in a draw. Think it's not worth much off eBay as it's not PAL.



Lol, you must have never bought anything from TGC or Simply Games in that case then. Best to keep the game in your draw pal.
mixmixi55 m ago

Lol, you must have never bought anything from TGC or Simply Games in that …Lol, you must have never bought anything from TGC or Simply Games in that case then. Best to keep the game in your draw pal.


Unsure what you mean by that. Don't think I've had any issues with ordering anything from them.
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kos1c

Unsure what you mean by that. Don't think I've had any issues with … Unsure what you mean by that. Don't think I've had any issues with ordering anything from them.



They do send lots of none UK copies out. Have you tried selling any of those? A massive portion of the games they sell are none UK.
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