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#41976 26-Sep-2009 21:41
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We recently upgraded to a PS3 and I'm loving the Blu Ray goodness. Just wondering where the best place to rent Blu Rays is in Central / West Auckland.

United Video in Dominion Road seems to have an OK range but most of the other video shops I've have been to is pretty dismal.

Any input would be greatfully recieved.

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  #258652 27-Sep-2009 08:13
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I think you will find in NZ the result will be pretty dismal..




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  #258738 27-Sep-2009 17:46
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We have a member ship at VideoEasy @ LynnMall, while they do not have a huge range of BD they seem to have at least one BD copy of each of their new releases and a reasonable selection of older titles.

 
 
 
 


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  #258773 27-Sep-2009 20:26
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Fatso.

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  #258965 28-Sep-2009 12:44
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clevedon: Fatso.


Not for casual rentals.  Requires monthly payments..




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  #258966 28-Sep-2009 12:56
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old3eyes:
clevedon: Fatso.


Not for casual rentals.  Requires monthly payments..


Of course, but cheaper ( in time and money ) than driving around to Video shops to find poor selections. Fatso have  probably the largest library of choices for Blu-ray, Gaming and DVD and you don't have to leave the comfort of home to get them, they are great.



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  #258971 28-Sep-2009 13:13
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I do use Fatso, and much as I like their service sometimes it's nice to grab a specific movie on the way home from work.

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