Good online stores for dvds?


#41

anybody know any good rare dvd sites. I only know of synapse-films.com


#42

There´s a swedish site that sell all kinds of sick,rare and cool dvds. www.Subdvd.com

kinda expensive though.


#43

damn! that site owns, dude! :o thankies very mucho! :slight_smile:


#44

[quote=“San-Ta”]
There´s a swedish site that sell all kinds of sick,rare and cool dvds. www.Subdvd.com

kinda expensive though.
[/quote]
Havent they opened a store in Stockholm now as well?


#45

Yup, think they have.


#46

What the fuck is up with play.com? Outside UK residents who try and buy an item from their site in sterling are now getting the error message “Item can only be delivered to a UK address”. So anybody not living in the UK has no choice but to buy dvd in Euros, which means paying more for the item. In other words I’m fucked. >:( These guys were the best, never disappointed me in my life. I guess there’s an end to everything.


#47

[quote=“Scarface”]
What the fuck is up with play.com? Outside UK residents who try and buy an item from their site in sterling are now getting the error message “Item can only be delivered to a UK address”. So anybody not living in the UK has no choice but to buy dvd in Euros, which means paying more for the item. In other words I’m fucked. >:( These guys were the best, never disappointed me in my life. I guess there’s an end to everything.
[/quote]I know!!! I was gonna order there for £40 (b-day gift) but then i had to buy in Euros instead and that was a lot more… I think over 70.


#48

I sent them an e-mail to explain themselves. Hope I receive an answer soon.


#49

[quote=“Scarface”]
I sent them an e-mail to explain themselves. Hope I receive an answer soon.
[/quote]
Could you write here what they said? I would like to know!


#50

Sure, I’ll paste it as soon as they respond.


#51

They sent me this reply yesterday:



Thank you for your email.



Following a recent update to our website we can advise that customers

outside of the UK now need to purchase in Euros.



To purchase in Euros you will need to click on the euro flag below

your shopping basket.



We continue to endeavour to keep play.com as competitive as ever and

we will be reviewing the Euros pricing on the site.



Please accept our sincere apologies for any confusion this change may

have caused.





Kind regards



Email Support Team



Play




The key words here are “we will be reviewing the Euro pricing”. From what I’ve seen lately they’re keeping their word cause the difference you have to pay when buying in Euros has become quite minimal. And they’re still far more cheaper than all the other sites, so i guess I’m gonna continue using them after all.


#52

How’s diabolikdvd? Are they brand new or some burnt dvdr rip off?


#53

www.playx.no cheap!!!


#54

I’ve always been a fan of CDNow.com


#55

Yeah I’ll probably just use amazon


#56

And of course, my personal favorite back-up plan:



EBAY.COM!!


#57

I would “Do Ebay” as the commerical says but Im to paranoid Im gonna get a burntdvd copy.


#58

That’s why I buy them brand new on EBay.


#59

Yeah but some people say its brand new when it might not be its just to risky.I rather just buy it at amazon :wink:


#60

I honestly think Amazon.com is still the best place to shop :wink:

allthough smart customers compare and occasionally pick stores like dvdboxoffice.com or cd-wow.com or something