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Topic # 115439 26-Mar-2013 10:45
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Hi all

I am trying to track down a TV series "The last Detective - the complete series 1- 4" (an 8 disc set i believe)

The Warehouse Rotorua apparently has a copy, I was in there last week and spent a while looking for it, but i have just realised I was looking in the wrong area, as i think they put their clearance stuff in a seperate section.

And i won't be back to Rotorua for a few weeks at least, so if anyones going there, please keep an eye out for it if you are going through the clearance DVDs and games area.

And yes i am going to ring the store, But if they are half as busy as they were as when i was there the chance of them being able to take the time to physically look for it on the shelf will be unlikely.

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  Reply # 787074 26-Mar-2013 10:50
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Id also ask them to confirm it is a complete copy.... so many of their reduced DVDs etc are missing discs etc it isnt funny.

My father found a boxed set of Band Of Brothers on DVD, marked as $10... took it to the counter and paid....they didnt give him the discs..so he said "umm..the discs ?" "no thats only the box for $10, we dont have the discs". A true WTF moment...




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  Reply # 787162 26-Mar-2013 12:39
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Hmm thats a bit odd, I'll definitely check that out




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