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Old 12-04-2015, 12:39 AM   #3981
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Not Royal Mail, which instantly made me queasy when they shipped it. Amazon.co.uk always gets into trouble when they ship anything internationally that isn't handled by Royal Mail. The other services they use are mostly terrible.
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That's the explanation right there then.
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Old 12-04-2015, 04:56 AM   #3984
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Yes.
Yeah, I have heard a lot of problems regarding them. I just had 2 orders shipped using them. Hoping for the best.
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Old 01-05-2016, 10:19 PM   #3985
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Finally, an order I placed on Black Friday week finally arrived today. It was shipped Royal Mail. Another order I placed the same week wasn't as lucky and mysteriously shows as being returned.

Amazon.co.uk has some fantastic deals but the wait and not being able to track your package is what you have to deal with. Just so happy my order arrived but the stress of not knowing whether it will make it to me was hard.
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Old 01-05-2016, 11:01 PM   #3986
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Ordering from Amazon.co.uk in November and December is always a risk. I've never had a problem with them outside those two months. I'll probably forego making holiday orders with them in the future.
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Old 01-06-2016, 03:40 PM   #3987
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They had so many good deals during that late November/early December period, I couldn't resist. The only thing that didn't make it to me was the new Battlestar Galactica Complete Series for 14.99 pounds. Great deal but I guess I can live without it as I wasn't too crazy about the ending but it would have been fun to watch again although it could be stressful at times. Love the special effects though.
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Old 01-07-2016, 01:56 PM   #3988
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They had so many good deals during that late November/early December period, I couldn't resist. The only thing that didn't make it to me was the new Battlestar Galactica Complete Series for 14.99 pounds. Great deal but I guess I can live without it as I wasn't too crazy about the ending but it would have been fun to watch again although it could be stressful at times. Love the special effects though.
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Old 01-09-2016, 01:24 AM   #3989
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Ordering from Amazon.co.uk in November and December is always a risk. I've never had a problem with them outside those two months. I'll probably forego making holiday orders with them in the future.
Has anyone tried Amazon UK's expedited options lately? I didn't order anything from Amazon UK this season, but I did place two orders with Amazon Italy -- The Last Emperor 3D and the Batman TV series (a cleaning lady threw out much of my original set). Both cost just a little more to ship at the lowest grade of AmazonGlobal there, which uses i-parcel, a UPS subsidiary that expedites the cross-border segment while using more economical domestic shipping within the States (UPS Mail Innovations or SurePost), all trackable. (All their services are officially DDP, but that's unnecessary for sub-US$200 shipments since both UPSMI & SurePost use USPS for the final mile.) Considering all of Amazon's European sites are now centrally managed from Luxembourg *and* i-parcel sent both of my shipments thru a UK hub, I wouldn't be surprised if Amazon UK uses them too. If so, it might be better to upgrade U.S. Xmas shipments to AmazonGlobal, especially if the added cost is minimal. (Canada is a different story since its duty-free limits are lower *and* GST is included in duty when collected.)
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Disney "2 for" offers (equivalent of BOGOF elsewhere in UK) are back!
30 2D titles (51 editions) @ 2 for 14.99, 11 3D titles @ 2 for 17.99

http://www.amazon.co.uk/b/ref=nav_sap_disney_multibuy?_encoding=UTF8&emi=A3P 5ROKL5A1OLE&node=6115607031&pf_rd_p=813189427&pf_r d_s=nav-sa-music-games-film-tv&pf_rd_t=4201&pf_rd_i=navbar-4201&pf_rd_m=A1F83G8C2ARO7P&pf_rd_r=18G8XDW1CE2SE3 BFQNRF
Expires March 27. Note that VAT refunds for shipments outside the EU are effectively negated by how Amazon UK applies "2 for" offers; final sterling cost will be "2 for" price plus shipping (2.09 + 0.99 per item standard shipping to all of U.S. & Canada).

3D titles (2 for 17.99):
(Region A-compatible titles not currently available in U.S. in bold. Titles listed "OOP in 3D in U.S." are no longer available from BestBuy.com & only available from Amazon U.S. via third parties, except Finding Nemo where Amazon U.S. is still taking orders even though it's OOS there & no longer available from BestBuy.com.)

Beauty and the Beast (confirmed region free, in Vault in U.S. -- though BatB is likely to come out of the Vault here in the next year, that doesn't necessarily include the 3D version)
Big Hero 6 (confirmed region free, not released in 3D in U.S.)
Brave (confirmed playable in Region A, OOP in 3D in U.S.)
Finding Nemo (confirmed region free, apparently OOP in 3D in U.S.)
Frozen (confirmed region free, not released in 3D in U.S.)
Inside Out (confirmed region free)
Monsters University (region free per back cover)
Monsters, Inc. (confirmed playable in Region A, OOP in 3D in U.S.)
Tangled (confirmed region free)
The Lion King (confirmed region free, in Vault in U.S.)
Wreck-it Ralph (confirmed region free)

2D titles (2 for 14.99):
(Region A-compatible titles not currently available in U.S. in bold.)

101 Dalmatians (confirmed region free) (2 editions)
Aladdin (confirmed region free) (2 editions)
Alice in Wonderland (1951) (confirmed playable in Region A) (2 editions)
Bambi (confirmed region free, in Vault in U.S.) (2 editions)
Beauty and the Beast (confirmed region free, in Vault in U.S. though Signature edition expected in Oct. or Feb.) (2 editions)
Big Hero 6 (confirmed region free)
Brave (not confirmed, but believed region free from 2D disc in 3D edition)
Cinderella (1950) (confirmed region free) (2 editions)
Cinderella (2015) (region status not confirmed)
Dumbo (Regions B & C-locked) (2 editions)
Finding Nemo (confirmed region free)
Frozen (confirmed region free) (2 editions)
Hercules (confirmed region free) (2 editions)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (confirmed region free)
Inside Out (not confirmed, but believed region free from 2D disc in 3D edition)
The Jungle Book (1967) (Regions B & C-locked) (2 editions)
Lady and the Tramp (confirmed region free, in Vault in U.S.) (2 editions)
The Lion King (confirmed playable in Region A, believed region free from 2D disc in 3D edition, in Vault in U.S.)
The Little Mermaid (confirmed region free) (2 editions)
Monsters University (confirmed playable in Region A)
Peter Pan (confirmed region free, in Vault in U.S.) (2 editions)
Pinocchio (Region B-locked) (2 editions)
Pocahontas (confirmed region free) (2 editions)
The Princess and the Frog (Region B-locked) (2 editions)
Robin Hood (confirmed region free) (2 editions)
Sleeping Beauty (Region B-locked) (2 editions)
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Disney "2 for" offers (equivalent of BOGOF elsewhere in UK) are back!
30 2D titles (51 editions) @ 2 for 14.99, 11 3D titles @ 2 for 17.99
Thanks for the heads-up. I've already got most of the o-ring titles (using this same sale last year), but now that I've gone region-free, I ordered two more today. Regardless of the currency exchange, it's still a great deal.
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What am I doing wrong? I added 2 3D titles from list and it's not taking off the discount.
Should I just order it and price adjust later?

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Oh I see the problem, it's 3rd party. Guess the title I want is already sold out
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Not sure if this has been mentioned yet but Harry Potter Hogwarts collection is 46.34 on Amazon Uk. According to my currency converter comes out to about $65.58 in the US. In the US its selling for about $180 on Amazon and a while back was selling for $130 at Costco.
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Not sure if this has been mentioned yet but Harry Potter Hogwarts collection is 46.34 on Amazon Uk. According to my currency converter comes out to about $65.58 in the US. In the US its selling for about $180 on Amazon and a while back was selling for $130 at Costco.
It was in the main deals thread with a bit of discussion until about 10pm ET last night then then deal went dead overnight. The deal was revived early this morning, but as usual with deals that interfere with Amazon.com links it was banished to the Region Free sub-section

Actually after removing the VAT, with a FOREX free CC and the very favorable exchange rate (not Amazon converter) it can be had for pushing $59USD shipped
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Not sure if this has been mentioned yet but Harry Potter Hogwarts collection is 46.34 on Amazon Uk. According to my currency converter comes out to about $65.58 in the US. In the US its selling for about $180 on Amazon and a while back was selling for $130 at Costco.
Anybody know for sure whether the UV codes in this would work for someone in the US?
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Anybody know for sure whether the UV codes in this would work for someone in the US?
Several folks have said it work with one of the Proxy workaround like many international codes going in all directions - Hola or the Firefox Add-on seem to be most common.
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Is it best to allow amazon to convert the currency or no>?
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Is it best to allow amazon to convert the currency or no>?
almost never.

Best choice is using a Currency Exchange Free CC like most Capital One though there are quite a few others

2nd choice check out in local currency with most std CC and you;ll often see a 0.5-3% added fee

3rd Choice -- check out with Amazon converter and they'll add their exchange surcharge which varies from day to day but most often is 3.5-4.5%. They show you their exchange fee during checkout so you can check it against normal bank exchange rates (xe.com)

Last choice -- if you have some bizarre CC or Debit that adds a 5% or a flat fee + % then you probably want to use something else. I'm not sure I've seen one of these in a long time.

If something is backordered 2wks and you expect the exchange rate to get much worse quickly then you can lock in the USD price, but that is a rarity and takes a bit of speculation. if something is backordered more than 10-14 dys Amazon won't let you use the converter usually.
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almost never.

Best choice is using a Currency Exchange Free CC like most Capital One though there are quite a few others

2nd choice check out in local currency with most std CC and you;ll often see a 0.5-3% added fee

3rd Choice -- check out with Amazon converter and they'll add their exchange surcharge which varies from day to day but most often is 3.5-4.5%. They show you their exchange fee during checkout so you can check it against normal bank exchange rates (xe.com)

Last choice -- if you have some bizarre CC or Debit that adds a 5% or a flat fee + % then you probably want to use something else. I'm not sure I've seen one of these in a long time.

If something is backordered 2wks and you expect the exchange rate to get much worse quickly then you can lock in the USD price, but that is a rarity and takes a bit of speculation. if something is backordered more than 10-14 dys Amazon won't let you use the converter usually.
Just confirmed and my captial one is free of fees so I will use that.
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those limited edition Game of Thrones steelbooks [region free] are $24.00 each shipped or $44.79 for season one and two.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B...A3P5ROKL5A1OLE

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