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Fishpond 10$ off voucher for minimum order of 40$.

Voucher code: CLOUDFISH

valid till 11:59pm tonight.

maybe some good deals around from that fishy site.

and a 10% off storewide voucher from CD-Wow.

Voucher code: 7thjulyau

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Fishpond 10$ off voucher for minimum order of 40$.

Voucher code: CLOUDFISH

valid till 11:59pm tonight.

maybe some good deals around from that fishy site.

oh man never thought i would see this name again hahahaha :D

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oh man never thought i would see this name again hahahaha :D

FishPong!!! Back!!??? Now that is FUNNY :D :D :D

edit: Be cafefull - I just looked and they have some DVD's mixed in with their Blu Rays - idiots! (or do they do it on porpouise?)

edit 2: I only just noticed that this thread has finally been pinned!!! I guess that means another thread war about screen space :rolleyes:

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amazon uk has dark knight 2 disc for £12.98 and total recall for £6.98

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XMen Quadrilogy (with Wolverine) £25.56 at amazon plus shipping

Gone back up to £45.98, was a good bargain for those who got in early. Thanks napalm

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Jbs latest cattledog has following for $29.98

avail now

Bolt, Sin city, ghost town, space buddies, boogey man 3, bedtime stories, quantan Of solace, twilight

15th July

The midnight meat train, Punisher war zone, Last Chance Harvey, appaloosa

22nd July

Duplicity, uninvited

29th July

Knowing

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Jbs latest cattledog has following for $29.98

avail now

Bolt, Sin city, ghost town, space buddies, boogey man 3, bedtime stories, quantan Of solace, twilight

15th July

The midnight meat train, Punisher war zone, Last Chance Harvey, appaloosa

22nd July

Duplicity, uninvited

29th July

Knowing

I'd recommend Punisher War Zone to those that like extreme hard assed action. A pretty fun violent film. Easily the best punisher film yet. Midnight Meat Train is also a nice Barker adaptation. Well done.

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inetvideo has Twilight (most likely region A locked) for US$9.99

Comes to $17.99 AUS including standard shipping

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inetvideo has Twilight (most likely region A locked) for US$9.99

Comes to $17.99 AUS including standard shipping

It's actually $17.94USD which is roughly $23AUD. Unless you buy another title to make the purchase over $15USD & get the 15% off shipping.

The is a limit of 3 per transaction.

I'm thinking of placing an order of 3 if anyone is looking to take one, then it would be $18AUD each.

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It's actually $17.94USD which is roughly $23AUD. Unless you buy another title to make the purchase over $15USD & get the 15% off shipping.

The is a limit of 3 per transaction.

I'm thinking of placing an order of 3 if anyone is looking to take one, then it would be $18AUD each.

Check again.

Some great bargains there.

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inetvideo has Twilight (most likely region A locked) for US$9.99

Comes to $17.99 AUS including standard shipping

if anyone's going to order from here, i just want one teeny tiny cheapie dvd :D

will even say Pretty Please :wub:^_^

edit

i love this place :lol::lol::lol:

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Check again.

Some great bargains there.

what am i checking again?? the BD is $9.99 + $7.95 shipping = $17.94USD.

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For those looking for some school holiday bargains, I saw Ice Age, Ice Age 2 and Horton Hears a Who in DSE for $24.48 each.

Not sure if this has been mentioned previously (I did check a few pages back)

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Jbs latest cattledog has following for $29.98

avail now

Bolt,

:angry2:

No JB within at least 300km of me, still $39.98 on their website, and neither BigW, Target or Sanity have a decent enough price, cheapest I can find locally is just under $40.

JB really need to try expanding outside of metro areas.

btw, I'm not getting angry at you everunman, but rather JB for being so metro focused and not opting to have any regional stores.

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Thanks for the offers everyone to purchase a copy for me, but I think I'll pass, my comment was kinda more generic than being fully to do with Bolt.

great to see that everyone on this forum are so helpful.

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what am i checking again?? the BD is $9.99 + $7.95 shipping = $17.94USD.

Isn't Twilight region A LOCKED???

I just put in an order for HD DVD's (plus SITC BR) from INET and would have purchased Twilight as well!

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what am i checking again?? the BD is $9.99 + $7.95 shipping = $17.94USD.

My apologies I didn't realise you were including postage in the price.

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Isn't Twilight region A LOCKED???

I just put in an order for HD DVD's (plus SITC BR) from INET and would have purchased Twilight as well!

yeah kennardo reported the canadian release locked to A.

My apologies I didn't realise you were including postage in the price.

it's all good no apology necessary mate :)

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:angry2:

No JB within at least 300km of me, still $39.98 on their website, and neither BigW, Target or Sanity have a decent enough price, cheapest I can find locally is just under $40.

JB really need to try expanding outside of metro areas.

btw, I'm not getting angry at you everunman, but rather JB for being so metro focused and not opting to have any regional stores.

if its any consolation, they announced last month a plan to open 50 smaller regional stores over the next few years - places like Shepparton, Wagga, Albury have been announced/confirmed so far, with more to come.

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if its any consolation, they announced last month a plan to open 50 smaller regional stores over the next few years - places like Shepparton, Wagga, Albury have been announced/confirmed so far, with more to come.

I hope that Port Macquarie is one of those as it's what's considered a "regional shopping town", people come from 100km away to shop in Port.

sorry for being off-topic.

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yeah kennardo reported the canadian release locked to A.

And with INET you are likely to get Canadian version

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