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Old 05-06-2017, 08:07 PM   #1
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I'll be in Helsinki this summer. Where are can I buy Blu-rays there? Are the prices a little cheaper than Sweden?
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If possible for you (they don't ship over sees) I'd recommend ordering through http://cdon.fi/ or http://www.discshop.fi as they have the biggest BD selection in Finland and often the prices are fair.

For physical stores well its a bit more complicated nowadays after bankrupcy of the Anttila department stores and after that the media street prices might been upped somewhat.

If you are looking for deals I guess your best bet is to look in supermarkets Prisma and K-Citymarket though theire media section size seems to have gotten even smaller in the latest years. You can find list of Prisma's and Citymarket's from below links: https://www.prisma.fi/fi/prisma/myymalat
http://www.k-citymarket.fi/kaupat/

LeffakauppaX is worth a visit and you can also order online from their store (with shipping to oversee locations): https://www.levykauppax.fi (scroll down on page to find store addresses).

If you visit LeffakauppaX in Helsinki's Kallio you might also want to visit a store where they sell used discs:
http://www.pienileffakauppa.fi/info.html

If you like to search for furher shops who sell used stuff you could check out Compact Video or Filmihullun leffakauppa (sells mainly new discs for high prices).

Also there can be found cheaply used or even new BD's and DVD's taken out of rental from FilmTown and Makuuni rental stores, for their locations check links below:
http://www.filmtown.fi/liike/
http://www.makuuni.fi/fi/?page=liikkeet&city=Helsinki

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If possible for you (they don't ship over sees) I'd recommend ordering through http://cdon.fi/ or http://www.discshop.fi as they have the biggest BD selection in Finland and often the prices are fair.

For physical stores well its a bit more complicated nowadays after bankrupcy of the Anttila department stores and after that the media street prices might been upped somewhat.

If you are looking for deals I guess your best bet is to look in supermarkets Prisma and K-Citymarket though theire media section size seems to have gotten even smaller in the latest years. You can find list of Prisma's and Citymarket's from below links: https://www.prisma.fi/fi/prisma/myymalat
http://www.k-citymarket.fi/kaupat/

LeffakauppaX is worth a visit and you can also order online from their store (with shipping to oversee locations): https://www.levykauppax.fi (scroll down on page to find store addresses).

If you visit LeffakauppaX in Helsinki's Kallio you might also want to visit a store where they sell used discs:
http://www.pienileffakauppa.fi/info.html

If you like to search for furher shops who sell used stuff you could check out Compact Video or Filmihullun leffakauppa (sells mainly new discs for high prices).

Also there can be found cheaply used or even new BD's and DVD's taken out of rental from FilmTown and Makuuni rental stores, for their locations check links below:
http://www.filmtown.fi/liike/
http://www.makuuni.fi/fi/?page=liikkeet&city=Helsinki
Wow! What a great post! Thank you so much! That's exactly what I was looking for.

I've ordered from CDON.se and Ginza.se. Prices can be a lot better than here in the States. Also, some of the Nordic releases are more interesting.

Do you live in the Helsinki area? Would you recommend it for a two or three day trip?
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LeffakauppaX is worth a visit and you can also order online from their store (with shipping to oversee locations): https://www.levykauppax.fi (scroll down on page to find store addresses).
They haven't sold non-music movies for some time already.
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Rosebud is located in Asematunneli (Grand Rail Terminal underground shopping area), where Anttila used to be. Large selection, prices start from 5 EUR.
Larger Prisma stores (Itškeskus/Espoo Sello/Espoo Iso Omena) might have a fair selection but they are on the outskirts (Itškeskus is 20min by Metro)

For used discs there is Vitosen Divari on Kansakoulukatu 5, between Kampintori and Annankatu. Large selection, 8 BD = 40 EUR. Box-sets and TV-seasons cost more. I haven't been to Pienileffakauppa for some years now (didn't find any good deals).

Be advised that cheaper finnish-nordic releases may not have English subtitles, just a selection of scandinavian ones; or the audio might be only 5.1 instead of 7.1 and less extras than on a US or UK version.

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Rosebud is located in Asematunneli (Grand Rail Terminal underground shopping area), where Anttila used to be. Large selection, prices start from 5 EUR.
Larger Prisma stores (Itškeskus/Espoo Sello/Espoo Iso Omena) might have a fair selection but they are on the outskirts (Itškeskus is 20min by Metro)

For used discs there is Vitosen Divari on Kansakoulukatu 5, between Kampintori and Annankatu. Large selection, 8 BD = 40 EUR. Box-sets and TV-seasons cost more. I haven't been to Pienileffakauppa for some years now (didn't find any good deals).

Be advised that cheaper finnish-nordic releases may not have English subtitles, just a selection of scandinavian ones; or the audio might be only 5.1 instead of 7.1 and less extras than on a US or UK version.
Great info! Thanks!
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