Ride Along 1 & 2 on Blu-Ray (NEW) £1.25 with Prime £3.24 for Non-Prime @ Amazon
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Ride Along 1 & 2 on Blu-Ray (NEW) £1.25 with Prime £3.24 for Non-Prime @ Amazon

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Found 29th May 2017
I've been watching this for a while, it dropped from £9.99 to £8.95 or something similar, I woke up this morning to see it had dropped to £1.25, the DVD at the moment is £1.58 so it's cheaper than that.

Not to sure how long this will last but it seems like a bargain especially as it's new.

Don't forget if your not a Prime member you will pay £3.24 (£1.99 delivery).

You could always take out a free trial of Prime.

Had to post this up as it seems a very good deal as most places seem to want around £9 for it.
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Cold. About £1 overpriced.
Ordered thanks OP
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McTabish

Cold. About £1 overpriced.



That's your opinion, a deal is a deal. This is the cheapest you can find it and therefore a deal no matter how much someone "thinks" it's worth.
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lynchyp00

Ordered thanks OP



Your welcome, no idea how long it will last so it's best to get in there early.
brett95

That's your opinion, a deal is a deal. This is the cheapest you can find … That's your opinion, a deal is a deal. This is the cheapest you can find it and therefore a deal no matter how much someone "thinks" it's worth.



Not so. If it were £17, but still the cheapeast available, would it be a deal? Of course not. You've got to take into account what the deal item is actually worth. Which would be about £3-£4.

So having said that, £1.25 is a pretty nice price if this is what you're after. Heat.
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Yas

Not so. If it were £17, but still the cheapeast available, would it be a … Not so. If it were £17, but still the cheapeast available, would it be a deal? Of course not. You've got to take into account what the deal item is actually worth. Which would be about £3-£4.So having said that, £1.25 is a pretty nice price if this is what you're after. Heat.



Fair point but then what you think it's worth and what the next person thinks it's worth may be completely different. In my eyes it's a massive price drop over the normal price therefore a deal. When I say it's the cheapest obviously if it was £9.99 (which it was) and it dropped to £8.99 (which it did) and that was the cheapest, I wouldn't personally post that up. However if it was £5 I would just because it's a big saving over what anywhere else is selling it for and therefore in my eyes a bargain.

Deals can be any product or service people can buy for a bargain, including two-for-one sales, reduced prices, and clear out sales.

I would of been happy to pay £8.95 if it had never dropped in price, to me it would of been worth it, unfortunately I have a sudden lack of money (thanks ParcelHero) so I couldn't afford £8.95.

This probably doesn't make any sense as I'm half asleep but I don't care.
heat

ordered.... add the no rush delivery for £1 video credit
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nigelbutler

heatordered.... add the no rush delivery for £1 video credit



Thanks!

I thought you got £1 credit anyway? Additional £1 credit?
Great price already have them both on bluray but if I didn't I'd be all over this! thanks for sharing
Cheers op, I also got the extra £1 even though it's expediated delivery. Thanks for posting
brett95

Thanks!I thought you got £1 credit anyway? Additional £1 credit?



think the promo credit is only on your first blu ray order
no rush credit can be added as well
brett95

Fair point but then what you think it's worth and what the next person … Fair point but then what you think it's worth and what the next person thinks it's worth may be completely different. In my eyes it's a massive price drop over the normal price therefore a deal. When I say it's the cheapest obviously if it was £9.99 (which it was) and it dropped to £8.99 (which it did) and that was the cheapest, I wouldn't personally post that up. However if it was £5 I would just because it's a big saving over what anywhere else is selling it for and therefore in my eyes a bargain.Deals can be any product or service people can buy for a bargain, including two-for-one sales, reduced prices, and clear out sales.I would of been happy to pay £8.95 if it had never dropped in price, to me it would of been worth it, unfortunately I have a sudden lack of money (thanks ParcelHero) so I couldn't afford £8.95.This probably doesn't make any sense as I'm half asleep but I don't care.



Nah, it makes sense. The keys words are "can buy for a bargain". A lot of people on this site think lowest price = bargain, which is not always the case.

Anyhow, when you say "what the next person thinks it's worth may be completely different", that's true, and this is what the voting system usually sorts out. If it goes hot, you can be pretty sure that it is a bargain.

Edited by: "Yas" 29th May 2017
People still buy discs?
herby247

People still buy discs?



I do as it tends to be the cheapest way to get a digital copy of the film/s. I use the code then trade in or sell the discs.
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Well that didn't last to long, at least some of you got a bargain.
McTabish

Cold. About £1 overpriced.


How about finding some deals instead of trolling other peoples.
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