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The BFG (2016) by Steven Spielberg on iTunes - £7.99
The BFG (2016) by Steven Spielberg on iTunes - £7.99

The BFG (2016) by Steven Spielberg on iTunes - £7.99

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Special price for the weekend. Still £13.99 on Amazon Instant video

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Voted hot - hope it fares better than my previous iTunes deals have :P

Batman V Superman is down to £6.99 too

Cold found in Tesco dvd with digital code for digital version for £5

chrispeee123

Cold found in Tesco dvd with digital code for digital version for £5



The DVD isn't in HD so a fairer comparison would be a blu-ray copy, but that's far more expensive. The digital copy is near enough defunct now over here too. (Alas)

Edited by: "smackos" 3rd Feb

smackos

The DVD isn't in HD so a fairer comparison would be a blu-ray copy, but … The DVD isn't in HD so a fairer comparison would be a blu-ray copy, but that's far more expensive. The digital copy is near enough defunct now over here too. (Alas)



The digital version also won't have extras, like the iTunes version

mango.carrot

The digital version also won't have extras, like the iTunes version



They need to seriously rethink bundling Ultraviolet digital copies in the U.K now. If they want to go down that route then they should just give redeemable codes for iTunes, Google and Amazon Instant redemption. The ways in which to watch UV copies over here are getting more and more laughable. The list of UV partners isn't even remotely accurate anymore for the UK. It's tanked here massively.


Edited by: "smackos" 3rd Feb

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smackos

They need to seriously rethink bundling Ultraviolet digital copies in the … They need to seriously rethink bundling Ultraviolet digital copies in the U.K now. If they want to go down that route then they should just give redeemable codes for iTunes, Google and Amazon Instant redemption. The ways in which to watch UV copies over here are getting more and more laughable. The list of UV partners isn't even remotely accurate anymore for the UK. It's tanked here massively.


Agreed. The old digital copies were great and you'd get the movie on iTunes. Ultraviolet is a pile of junk by comparison. Got a stack of unused and out of date UV codes

neh0

Agreed. The old digital copies were great and you'd get the movie on … Agreed. The old digital copies were great and you'd get the movie on iTunes. Ultraviolet is a pile of junk by comparison. Got a stack of unused and out of date UV codes



You won't be the only one now that Wuaki have just announced they are disbanding UV integration. So that now means that UV in the U.K stands as follows:

Blinkbox (Tesco got shot of it to TalkTalk because they were loosing money in it)
Wuaki (disbanding UV integration)
Sainsbury's Digital (disbanded their digital service entirely)
Cinema Now (completely shut down in U.K.)
Flixster (still around but terrible setup.)

That basically leaves Talk Talk as the only genuine outlet now, and since that is only 720p with stereo audio there ain't a hells bells chance of me ever using those UV codes now.

smackos

They need to seriously rethink bundling Ultraviolet digital copies in the … They need to seriously rethink bundling Ultraviolet digital copies in the U.K now. If they want to go down that route then they should just give redeemable codes for iTunes, Google and Amazon Instant redemption. The ways in which to watch UV copies over here are getting more and more laughable. The list of UV partners isn't even remotely accurate anymore for the UK. It's tanked here massively.



I gave up on it about two years ago, I'm 100% committed to iTunes now. The Cheap Charts app is a great way to build your library (back up, in my case)
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