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Old 08-24-2014, 07:43 PM   #1001
Vlad Draculi Vlad Draculi is offline
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Jul 2014

So are they going to release them separately? I don't have the money to jsut drop $300 on one item, especially since I already own Seasons 5 and 6 and the specials on BD.
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Old 08-24-2014, 07:50 PM   #1002
Diditagain Diditagain is offline
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There were initially reports that S1-S4 would be available separately on Blu-ray this year, but BBC Video US apparently decided to wait until 2015.
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Old 08-27-2014, 05:05 PM   #1003
larrythefatcat larrythefatcat is offline
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Originally Posted by Jett Rink View Post
I sold mine for $90 on ebay. That was a year ago, so the demand for it may or may not be higher now. Good luck though.
I would imagine the set without discs wouldn't sell for quite as much at this point seeing as it's no longer out of stock on Amazon and other sellers. "OOP"-like status grossly increases the price most people are willing to pay for an item. I personally sold my entire set for over $500 because I had watched all the episodes again in HD and the non-extending 11th Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver universal remote lost its novelty quite quickly. Making about $200 in profit for simply reselling an item sounds more than good enough to me!

In short, I think it was mostly fetching a lot of money because it started out *actually* being a "Limited Edition" item and now they've made a lot more, so it's not really limited anymore.

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Old 08-29-2014, 03:15 AM   #1004
jkh206 jkh206 is offline
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So I want to buy this set but am concerned about how they were able to get their hands on more. The BBC shop isnt selling any more of them and it would make sense that they would be selling them as well if they produced more.

So...where are they getting more? Are they selling used sets as new? If they are that is pretty messed up.

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Old Today, 05:39 AM   #1005
Asuras Asuras is offline
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Pretty sure this was answered early on in this thread but how much of a improvement are the 1080p versions of the 5th and 6th series over the original digipak release of the 5tha dn 6th (1080i)?

I ask because I just noticed the 6th series 4 disc re-release (which I assume is the same version from this set).
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