Disney DVDs usually cost around £10 each (prices range from £7 to £19) but a spate of stores are offering two for £13. The DVDs can be difficult to get hold of in the run up to Christmas so now’s a good time to stock your Christmas cupboard.
Titles in the sales include Frozen, Dumbo, Finding Nemo and The Little Mermaid. ASDA also includes box sets like Narnia which are even better value. Here are the various offers:
Amazon* £13, two for £13 online with free delivery, offer on until Mon 10 Nov
ASDA* £13, two for £13 In-store and online, free delivery or click and collect
HMV £12.99, two for £12.99 In-store or £7.99 each online
How to get the kit: In-store and online. Click and collect is free. Standard delivery's £2.95.
Note: Often stores sell items in multipacks and it isn't possible to buy them individually. When we quote prices in our headlines we take this into account and quote the full cost of buying a whole school uniform using multipacks.
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