Wuaki TV EE Film Club Captain America: Civil War £1 + 35p text - EE Customers only
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Wuaki TV EE Film Club Captain America: Civil War £1 + 35p text - EE Customers only

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Found 29th Sep 2016Made hot 1st Oct 2016
Captain America: Civil War available to rent for £1 ( + 35p text) via EE Film Club from Monday 03/10.

EE, Orange and T-Mobile customers only. Text FILM to 141 to receive the promo code. Voucher valid from Monday - Wednesday after which it will expire if not used. Rental valid for 48 hours from when the voucher is redeemed.

Full list of films available: uk.wuaki.tv/lis…ies

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Whats the point of "renting" a film ? Watch once ? And if you don't watch within a set time you lose it
Not for me, but each to their own.
Edited by: "PhilK" 29th Sep 2016

PhilK

Whats the point of "renting" a film ? Watch once ? And if you don't watch … Whats the point of "renting" a film ? Watch once ? And if you don't watch within a set time you lose itNot for me, but each to their own.



What's the point in getting a taxi? Use it once? And if you don't get in it you loose it.....

The point is that this costs £1.35. It's probably costs about £10 to buy if. If you're only ever going to watch it once, it makes more financial sense to rent it and save the money.

I rented this as my kids wanted to watch it. I'm glad I did rent it as the film and marvel universe is so far up its own back side now that the chances of me watching it again are slim to none.

Thank you NVD. I have seen CA:CW and wouldn't want to watch it again. So paying more to buy it would be bad for me. However, I clicked on the link in your description and the list of films to rent for £1.35 has some belters in it. (Beasts Of The Southern Wild for me). Heat added.

Whoops. I misremembered - Beasts Of No Nation is the (new) film that I really want to see. Still deserves heat though. There are other good ones on the list for me to choose from for £1.35.

How often does the list of films change for EE customers ??

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saltedcrisps

How often does the list of films change for EE customers ??



Used to be new films added every week but now seems to be every 2 - 3 weeks. They don't stay on the list for ever but they do stay on for a while. They are just pushed down the list by new titles appearing at the top.

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IgnatiusJ

Whoops. I misremembered - Beasts Of No Nation is the (new) film that I … Whoops. I misremembered - Beasts Of No Nation is the (new) film that I really want to see. Still deserves heat though. There are other good ones on the list for me to choose from for £1.35.



This is a Netflix original film so it isn't likely to appear anywhere else.

PhilK

Whats the point of "renting" a film ? Watch once ? And if you don't watch … Whats the point of "renting" a film ? Watch once ? And if you don't watch within a set time you lose itNot for me, but each to their own.



​ oO the whole point of a rental system is being able to get something to use at a cheap price for a short while without having to own it.

Are they all in grotty SD? The thumbnails have HD in the corner, but the price underneath seems to be the normal prices for SD only.

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scorcher

Are they all in grotty SD? The thumbnails have HD in the corner, but the … Are they all in grotty SD? The thumbnails have HD in the corner, but the price underneath seems to be the normal prices for SD only.



If you click through on a film you'll see an SD and HD price. Activating a voucher gets you the HD version for £1 but HD is only available on certain devices.

Wish I'd seen this deal before I rented it from amazon yesterday for £4:50! Hot.

Great film this. Probably the best Marvel film they've made so far (imho).
Better than the overrated Avengers films.
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