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Old Yesterday, 09:50 AM   #11681
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Last year Zoom also had an offer in July (don't know if that's always the case though - someone else might be able to confirm).
Just checked my order history on Zoom and there was one in May last year so hopefully another sale just around the corner
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Old Yesterday, 09:51 AM   #11682
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Thanks guys - think I'll hang fire just a little longer then.
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Old Yesterday, 10:10 AM   #11683
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They seem to be roughly every 2 or 3 months. Last one was mid-February so presumably there will be one in a couple of weeks (probably early May).
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Old Yesterday, 10:37 AM   #11684
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lol It's a graphic of how much people are willing to spend on something. You are definitely at the extreme because you called a bargain something that is even more expensive than similar products. Maybe you used bad wording, it's definitely at it's lowest price, but its not a bargain.
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An advantageous purchase, especially one acquired at less than the usual cost
Seems like that is the right word
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Old Yesterday, 10:46 AM   #11685
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lol It's a graphic of how much people are willing to spend on something. You are definitely at the extreme because you called a bargain something that is even more expensive than similar products. Maybe you used bad wording, it's definitely at it's lowest price, but its not a bargain.
But it is a bargain for that specific product - perhaps not compared to similar products but that’s irrelevant. When something is always £25.99 and then suddenly drops £8...bargain, still expensive but a good price for that specific product - it’s all relative at the end of the day.
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Old Yesterday, 03:58 PM   #11686
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Hmmm...



Seems like that is the right word
Right is the rightest word. You are right.

Every individual has it's limits, and mine are very low. I was wondering if anyone else saw how this apparent bargain is really a hike on the price of £5.5 (44%) compared to previous standard Criterion UK editions on sale.

With this sudden price change I guess they tested if people are alert and awaited something like this. I mean, I wish I could see bargains everywhere... Sadly I can't justify paying so much more without a reason and I have to yell when questions about prices are asked.
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Old Yesterday, 04:12 PM   #11687
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Right is the rightest word. You are right.

Every individual has it's limits, and mine are very low. I was wondering if anyone else saw how this apparent bargain is really a hike on the price of £5.5 (44%) compared to previous standard Criterion UK editions on sale.

With this sudden price change I guess they tested if people are alert and awaited something like this. I mean, I wish I could see bargains everywhere... Sadly I can't justify paying so much more without a reason and I have to yell when questions about prices are asked.
You do realise that Criterion’s digipacks and multi-disc titles are more expensive than their standard ones right? They’re never in the 2 for £25 offer like the standard ones so how can this be a price increase when this is the cheapest they’ve ever been?
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Old Yesterday, 06:27 PM   #11688
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You do realise that Criterion’s digipacks and multi-disc titles are more expensive than their standard ones right? They’re never in the 2 for £25 offer like the standard ones so how can this be a price increase when this is the cheapest they’ve ever been?
I got Dr Strangelove digipack in a 2 for £25 sale sometime ago
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Old Yesterday, 07:33 PM   #11689
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I got Dr Strangelove digipack in a 2 for £25 sale sometime ago
I should have specified most Digipacks / Multi-disc releases as there is some such as Strangelove and Night of the Living Dead which are priced as standard. But for the likes of Ugetsu & Tree of Life etc 17.99 is a new low.
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I should have specified most Digipacks / Multi-disc releases as there is some such as Strangelove and Night of the Living Dead which are priced as standard. But for the likes of Ugetsu & Tree of Life etc 17.99 is a new low.
Some of us early birds managed to pre order Ugetsu from Zoom for 13.49 (using 10% off code).
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Old Yesterday, 08:17 PM   #11691
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Wonder if we will get Valerie and her Week of Wonders here? Second Run don’t appear to have bothered with a blu ray edition so I’m hoping their rights have lapsed or they’re about to release one soon. The Dvd isn’t worth investing in at this stage.
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What are the chances of the Piano Teacher and Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown coming to the UK?
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Old Yesterday, 09:28 PM   #11693
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Some of us early birds managed to pre order Ugetsu from Zoom for 13.49 (using 10% off code).
Was that a pricing error or just a pre order deal? That’s pretty damn good regardless.
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Old Yesterday, 10:06 PM   #11694
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Just release Blue Velvet, c'mon.
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Old Yesterday, 11:28 PM   #11695
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What are the chances of the Piano Teacher and Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown coming to the UK?
Virtually no chance on Women on the Verge as Studio Canal released it a couple of years ago in an Almodovar box set. I think they also released it as a single disc as well.
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