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  Reply # 183773 12-Dec-2008 19:59
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The warehouse in kilbirnie have movies priced from 24.99 but must have extra discount as well.
 I picked up Vin Diesel XXX for $18.99



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  Reply # 184352 15-Dec-2008 18:23
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Amazon UK have Planet Earth at £25.47 (49% off). With shipping it will probably be around NZ$76. Not too bad since most places have it around $90 to $100 here.

Edit:  So I just ordered WALL-E, Speed Racer and The Incredible Hulk with the buy 3 for 2 offer.  Also purchsed Planet Earth and when I got to the checkout I found that it was only £22.15.  Woot, saved another £3! Laughing

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  Reply # 184476 16-Dec-2008 11:25
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Planet Earth is $85 at the Warehouse, standard price.
Is the Pal set so 5 bluray discs.

Band of Brothers is out overseas, not sure when it's getting to NZ.  Mighty Ape has it at $90 release 30 Jan 09.

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  Reply # 184485 16-Dec-2008 12:11
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I found a few interesting titles at the Warehouse in Queensgate. Alas the ones I might have been interested in were region B and I have a US PS3 so I can't play those. Guess I will continue stocking up from Amazon even though the exchange rate is so bad now. I did pick up a bunch of HD-DVD (slightly OF) for $7.99(US) each though from Amazon.




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