UK Anime Blu-ray & DVD Bargains

NormanicGrav

Grav's End Harem
AUKN Staff
Some titles are on offer or reduced price on Amazon for the past while:

ARIFURETA Season 1 - £19.52
Azur Lane - £18.58
Cautious Hero: The Hero is Overpowered but Overly Cautious - £20
High School DxD NEW - £20.02
How Not to Summon a Demon Lord Season 1 - £18.78
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Set 1 - £17.13
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Set 2 - £18.44
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Set 3 - £19.74
K-On! Limited Edition - £37.99
Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid - £17.84
No Guns Life Season 1 - £20.02
Steins;Gate the Movie: Load Region of Deja Vu - £9.99
Wicked City & Demon City Shinjuku - £15.19
Wise Man's Grandchild - £18.44
ZOMBIE LAND SAGA - £18.69

Some Anime Ltd titles also on offer, but best to wait until the 12 Days of Christmas sale for better offerings.

Bonus: Asian Cinema titles also reduced in price:

Daimajin Limited Edition - £35.99
Lone Wolf & Club collection - £32.99
Tezuka's Barbara - £12.88

(Disclaimer: Amazon links are affiliated)
 

SAHO

Thousand Master
JoJo LE eBay bids 🕺

 

AHA-Lambda

Student Council President
I assume UP1 is legit?
They have Code Geass Akito for only £14, nearly half the price of Amazon for what is a brand new release, so my head is kinda thinking too good to be true 😅
 
I'm up early, and so is someone at MVM as some of the sale prices are starting to come through already!
Combo attack on my bank account!

Little Busters
Familiar of Zero
Super Sonico
Kamisama Kiss
Invaders of the Rokyujoma

will be mine
 

Violette

Student Council President
K Season one might not be in the Xmas sale but Amazon have it for £26 if anyones interested.

K Season 1 (Collector's Edition) [Blu-ray]: Amazon.co.uk: Shingo Suzuki: DVD & Blu-ray
I bought it from them for £25 over the summer, however, they squeezed it in to one of those thin cardboard mailers they use that are only just big enough for an amaray, fair bit of damage to the corners and edges all round, mostly from been forced into the envelope rather than damaged in the mail, so I wouldn't really recommend.

Honestly, people complain about Zavvi packaging quite a bit on here, IMO Amazon is considerably worse...
 

Jon O Fun

Dragon Knight
I bought it from them for £25 over the summer, however, they squeezed it in to one of those thin cardboard mailers they use that are only just big enough for an amaray, fair bit of damage to the corners and edges all round, mostly from been forced into the envelope rather than damaged in the mail, so I wouldn't really recommend.

Honestly, people complain about Zavvi packaging quite a bit on here, IMO Amazon is considerably worse...
With Amazon its one extreme or the other it's either too small or far too big.
Where they are better than Zavvi is they're customer service & replacements. In the time it takes Zavvi to respond to an email or send a refund I can already have a replacement item in my hands.
It's the world we live in of super competitive delivery companies cutting costs wherever they can. Might not get it perfect the first time but you'll get it eventually 🤦‍♂️
 

Girls with Guns

Mad Scientist
OMG, I just had to deal with Zavvi to get a replacement for a Blu-ray that never arrived after 5 weeks, and I had to jump through hoops to get one re-sent to me - I had to respond to them in their website message thread 6 times; print, complete, scan, and send in a claim form 3 different times because they needed additional information that didn't even have space on the form to include, so I had to manually add a big comment box to the bottom of the form myself; and then they asked me to clarify which item needed replaced even though I had included the order number in the claim forms and in every single message to them. 🙄
 

Girls with Guns

Mad Scientist
The stupidest thing is, Zavvi's digital claim form is a PDF file that has some sort of an "attached" comment field you can fill out, separate from the document itself, but the big issue is that the dang form is completely un-editable, you can't type anything into the fields in the form. So, you have to print it out and fill it out manually, or else add text to it using text boxes if you have Acrobat - but you still have to print it out to manually sign it (I doubt they would accept a digital signature), so you then lose that attached comment field. That's why I had to digitally add a comment field to the bottom of the form, filled out all the un-editable fields using text boxes, print it out, sign it, scan it back in to the PC, and then attach it to the message. What an asinine claim form.
 
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