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Old 12-16-2014, 01:24 PM   #41
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Just Picked up 'All is Lost', 'Inside Llewyn Davis' & 'Rush' (Lenticular Slip) on the 3 BD's for 20
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Old 03-10-2015, 07:16 PM   #42
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The Imitation Game is 12-99.

The Congress is part of a 2 for 25 offer with art cards although the French release has superior extras.

Stalingrad (Bondarchuk juniors effort) is part of the 5 for 30 along with titles like Oblivion, Gravity (3D) and anniversary editions of Gone With The Wind and The Sound Of Music.
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Old 03-10-2015, 07:21 PM   #43
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HMV have various 20th Century Fox SB's for 5.99
these are the ones I noticed
and I have bought 1st four so far
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Old 03-10-2015, 09:20 PM   #44
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HMV have various 20th Century Fox SB's for 5.99
these are the ones I noticed
and I have bought 1st four so far
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None at the Oxford Street branch apart from Cocoon & The Omen on my little shopping excursion there.
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Old 03-10-2015, 10:16 PM   #45
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It seems that pretty much every Blu more than 4-5 months old is in the HMV 3 for 20 or 5 for 30 offer. Much, much better than Amazon's current 5 for 25 selection which is pretty limited.
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Old 03-11-2015, 12:59 AM   #46
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just remembered these were 4.99 and 2.99
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Old 03-11-2015, 01:13 AM   #47
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As a resident of Dublin,all this talk of super cheap UK HMV deals is enough to make me weep. We get nothing here.
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As a resident of Dublin,all this talk of super cheap UK HMV deals is enough to make me weep. We get nothing here.
My thoughts exactly. A rarely even bother going going into HMV here anymore as I tend to walk out angry.
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Old 03-11-2015, 09:22 AM   #49
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If it's any consolation, despite all these great deals there's still nothing i want as i already own all the ones that i would've bought in the price drop.
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Old 03-11-2015, 10:17 AM   #50
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My thoughts exactly. A rarely even bother going going into HMV here anymore as I tend to walk out angry.
If you can find an HMV now. Lots of branches were closed - very annoying.
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Old 03-11-2015, 12:07 PM   #51
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If you can find an HMV now. Lots of branches were closed - very annoying.
It is a shame, but they were pricing themselves out of the market for a long time, so it was always on the cards. Ultimately, it could have been a lot worse... of 223 stores, 141 are still open, which is pretty impressive considering it looked like they were all going to go. I think the real shame of it is the 1500 plus jobs that were lost for them to stay afloat. I'd be very intrigued to see if there's any kind of regional correlation between the areas where they closed.
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Hate HMV Love Fopp (despite the former owning it)
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Old 03-11-2015, 01:04 PM   #53
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I was disappointed that the one in Heathrow Terminal 5 closed - it was the only shop there I could be bothered going in. Not interested in Hermes, Gucci, Ralph Lauren etc etc.

Luck we still have one in Aberdeen; sadly our Fopp closed down
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I was disappointed that the one in Heathrow Terminal 5 closed - it was the only shop there I could be bothered going in. Not interested in Hermes, Gucci, Ralph Lauren etc etc.

Luck we still have one in Aberdeen; sadly our Fopp closed down
Our local HMV in Horsham closes next week. Is due to go 18th but they are trying to extend to Easter. The landlord has found someone who will pay more rent as Hilco (HMV's owners) got a good deal during the administration process but are not happy to pay a current local market rent. Is a pity as it's the final entertainment store in town so end of an era.

We will probably end up with another coffee or clothes shop
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Old 03-11-2015, 01:49 PM   #55
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Transformes AOE 3D is part of the 2 for 25 deal. Picked it up yesterday with Godzilla 3D steelbook.
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If it's any consolation, despite all these great deals there's still nothing i want as i already own all the ones that i would've bought in the price drop.
Just to give you an idea, those steelbooks that are on sale in the UK for 5.99 would cost you 27- 29 euro each if you tried to pick them up here. I was back in Edinburgh at New Year and between HMV and Fopp I could've filled up a suitcase twice over with the bargains I saw. If HMV go down the toilet here again, they'll only have themselves to blame.
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Old 03-11-2015, 02:37 PM   #57
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That's crazy pricing for Ireland, so much more expensive. I find personally with HMV, the stuff i don't want or already own is dirt cheap, the stuff i do want, sods law is really expensive.
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Old 03-11-2015, 03:46 PM   #58
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Our local HMV in Horsham closes next week.
That's a bummer - will they relocate or just roll over and die like so many businesses?
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Our local HMV in Horsham closes next week.
My local HMV closed just over a month ago - the landlord was going to raise the rent; they put up notices that it was closing, then a fortnight before the closing day, HMV were 'saved' thanks to local media and public coverage. Alas, days later the closing signs were back and HMV closed.

Apparently the landlord had relented but then received a better offer so HMV closed. A few weeks later the shop is now a Poundworld, yet another cheap shop on the ailing high street.
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Old 03-11-2015, 04:20 PM   #60
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Just to give you an idea, those steelbooks that are on sale in the UK for 5.99 would cost you 27- 29 euro each if you tried to pick them up here. I was back in Edinburgh at New Year and between HMV and Fopp I could've filled up a suitcase twice over with the bargains I saw. If HMV go down the toilet here again, they'll only have themselves to blame.
if that was the case, i wouldnt give 1 penny to hmv. i would do all my blu ray buying online (which im guessing you do anyway lol).
sounds like the euro has really ****ed things up in ireland
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