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Blu-ray Importing: November 2010 Buying Guide

Posted on Sunday, November 07 2010 @ 04:30:30 CET by

Since the last time we last took a look at the ‘Guide to Buying Blu-rays from Overseas’ in August, the Australian dollar has surged in value and in the last month has achieved something that I’ve not seen in my lifetime; parity with the U.S. dollar. That is, one Australian dollar equals an American dollar.

As someone whom has been importing DVD and Blu-ray titles for years, this is quite an amazing time. Couple that news with the pre-Christmas price cuts that the likes of online retailers such as Amazon take part in, and this translates into quite the buying bonanza for Australian consumers. So let’s jump into the latest instalment of this epic series, covering some of the later titles released only to import, but safe from the horrors of region coding. Check it out at TweakTown.



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