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  Reply # 756859 7-Feb-2013 11:03
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Yes my Fast and Furious and Back to the Future box sets arrived at the start of the week and agree not that fast but still $40ish for 8 movies on Bluray I can't complain.

I'd be interested to hear if anyone has tried the Xbox games no offence here but don't care about the PS3 or if they work lol. I often buy from nzgameshop.com for my games also based in the UK and a lot cheaper than buying over here. Sadly recently their delivery times have gotten slower (usually about 5 to 7 working days now around 2+ weeks) but I am not sure if this was just due to Xmas period as haven't bought anything since.



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  Reply # 757049 7-Feb-2013 18:13
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I originally ordered F&F box set plus 6 days later ordered The De Niro 4 movie Blu Ray collection (NZD$18 for Heat, Casino, The Mission and Once Upon a Time in America).

Both arrived together on Tuesday although they were shipped five days apart. Definitely not as fast as Amazon but the same titles would've cost over NZD$70 delivered instead of the NZD$34 that I paid zavvi...

Definitely worth it for the odd special at least I reckon...

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