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HMV Blue Cross sale starts Saturday 12th Jan

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RE: HMV Blue Cross sale starts Saturday 12th Jan

Just looked at the sale now and just one example but it was the first thing i saw that I was after, Coraline 3D blu ray hmv price £15.00 take off your 25% and it now costs you £11.25 to buy. Then have a look at Zavvi to buy it and its £6.95 but in a deal of 2 for £12, then try Play.com and its there for £5.39. Someone said about losing competition but when the prices are so over the top they no longer become competition, I think the loss of HMV will have very little impact at all, apart from to the people loosing their jobs which is a big deal! The companies that are left will just have a better chance of survival but will still have to be compeditive if they want to attract our buisness! 

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RE: HMV Blue Cross sale starts Saturday 12th Jan

Good to see HMV have been bought. Smile

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OneBoxSystem wrote:

Good to see HMV have been bought. Smile

 

It hasn't been bought yet, though it will be. Hilco have just bought the debt at a knockdown price, though they do own HMV in Canada.