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About BillyPunter

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  1. Arrived first thing this morning. Ordered 21 Jan, arrived 28 Jan. Cheaper AND faster than JB Online
  2. I just ordered Planet Earth from Amazon.co.uk too. Worked out to be only $29.10 delivered! I also grabbed Star Trek which I haven't seen here for less than $40. All up about $47 for both. Billy.
  3. I was after the Iron Man 2 Triple Play for $12.87 as on the Big W site. It stated was 'unavailable online', but using the 'find in store' button below the item it showed my local store had it in stock. I drove there, eventually located a copy and it scanned as $22.70. I mentioned the online price but the sales assistant said that does not necessarily match the store price. I emailed Big W advised them of this scenario and suggesting they should not provide a 'find in store' option if the pricing is not consistent. I will give credit to a prompt response to my email (response 8min after email sent), but all i received was a general 'apologies for the inconvenience' and a quote from their online T&C... "In our terms and conditions it states: 9.3 The purchase price of each Product is shown on the product list on the Site at the time you place your order. The purchase price of a Product on the Site may not be the same or correspond to the prices in any of our stores for the same Product and we are not obliged to match any prices. On behalf of Big W Online, we apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused." PS. I did pick up a copy of 2012 Steelbook for $15.94 which I was happy with. Cheers, Billy.
  4. Do my eyes see 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen' for $13.28 on that catalogue?? It was $37 at JB last week.
  5. Ventured back to JB for the 20% sale and picked up the following: Inception (4 disc set) - $19.98 Shaun of the dead - $8.00 Twister - $8.00 Transformers - $26.38 Spider-man trilogy - $29.58 - Billy.
  6. Macca350. You can get the Blu-ray only of Inception for $17.95 at Devoted DVD in Mill Park(just across from Safeway in Rivergum Village). They run regular Blu-ray only promotions for $17.95. They simply remove the dvd rent and give you the case. I got How to Train Your Dragon BD only when the combo was going for $40+. http://www.devoteddvd.com.au Hope that helps. Billy.
  7. Thanks for the info. I braved the rain (wasn't raining when i got there but pelting down as i left) at my local and was glad to be the only person in the BD section for a whole 15min from just before 6pm. Picked up: Blade Runner final cut & Cloverfield $24 i, robot $15.98 Toy Story 1 & 2 SE (BD & DVD) $15.98 each Toy Story 3 $20 All for about $92 so pretty much $15 each which i am pretty happy with.
  8. Didn't see any in there but the following are listed at $19.98 so you can pick them up for $15.98 each with the 20% off. Up (BD & DVD combo) Cars (BD & DVD combo) Ratatouille (BD & DVD combo) Wall-E (BD & DVD combo) Toy Story 2 (BD & DVD combo) Bolt (Disney release but not Pixar) is listed as $15.98 before the discount so should be $12.78