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Pinocchio, DVD 13.99 Bluray 17.99 @ HMV
Pinocchio, DVD 13.99 Bluray 17.99 @ HMV

Pinocchio, DVD 13.99 Bluray 17.99 @ HMV

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Just found this, dont know if its been posted before. Bargain in my opinion!!

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£15.98 for the Blu Ray at Amazon (]prices)

Couldn't find the DVD a whole lot cheaper, however. Its a few pence cheaper at ]ASDA (£13.84) or ]amazon (£13.88)

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Hi Jon2263

Thanks for posting. There are loads of Disney fans here who will appreciate your post.

You might want to use find-dvd.co.uk to check prices. You can type in the title of a DVD/BluRay and it will show you the best prices available at present.

It's worth using, 'cos that way, if you have found a bargain, you just might find it cheaper using this website.

Hope that helps.

Regards Andy

is this really the best deal, or is your nose going to get bigger

I got a Blu ray copy from play, I think it was only £15 with Quidco, it came with some picture cards as well. It's very good

FYI: It doesn't say on most of the sites, but the platinum 70th anniversary Blu ray is 3 disc and one of them is a normal DVD copy of the film (including special features), as well as the Blu ray film and a second Blu ray disc full of special features.

So even if you don't have blu ray yet, but are planning to get a player soon, you could get the blu ray copy for a few pound more and use the normal DVD until you upgrade your player.

fragilegorilla;4650976

I got a Blu ray copy from play, I think it was only £15 with Quidco, it … I got a Blu ray copy from play, I think it was only £15 with Quidco, it came with some picture cards as well. It's very good :)FYI: It doesn't say on most of the sites, but the platinum 70th anniversary Blu ray is 3 disc and one of them is a normal DVD copy of the film (including special features), as well as the Blu ray film and a second Blu ray disc full of special features.So even if you don't have blu ray yet, but are planning to get a player soon, you could get the blu ray copy for a few pound more and use the normal DVD until you upgrade your player.



Cool, I wasn't aware of that.

I use my PS3 for blu ray, but the kids like to watch DVDs on other TV's (without a blu ray player attached). This sounds like a fantastic idea. Hopefully this will become a more popular option with the studios.
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