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Topic # 83889 23-May-2011 11:50
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Popped into the local (Whangaparaoa) Whitcoulls sotre in the weekend and found they had a bunch of tables setup with clearence items... some good stuff to be had cheap. All of it was buy one, get one free of equal/lesser value.

Friend picked up all 4 seasons of BSG for $30 on DVD, I picked up Serenity, Harry potter Order of The Phoenix and Shrek 3 on Blu-ray along with DVD boxed set of Dr Who classic (Silver Nemesis and Revenge Of The Cybermen) for $20.

Id assume itll be the same for all Whitcoulls stores....




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  Reply # 472913 23-May-2011 12:31
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yeah, i bought Asterix DVD (golden edition)





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  Reply # 472917 23-May-2011 12:44
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Picked up 4 blu ray movies for $30 a few weeks back. Pickings are getting pretty slim here in PN though...

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  Reply # 472920 23-May-2011 12:50
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Lizard1977: Picked up 4 blu ray movies for $30 a few weeks back. Pickings are getting pretty slim here in PN though...


Yeah but I notice you left sex in the city behind at the plaza....

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