IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN… IT’S WWE BLACK FRIDAY!!
WWE has that Friday feeling as one day early they begin their Black Friday sale — more than 650 (phenomenal) savings are up for grabs right now here on WWEShop.com.
As always it’s the DVD and Blu-ray deals we’re hunting down at WrestlingDVDNetwork.com, and in the 2017 Black Friday special offers they start as low as $2.99 each!
First up, check out these steal-prices on some of the recent “Double Feature” PPV packs…
The Biggest Savings (view all deals)
WWE has marked down a select number of their Home Video titles, most notably the 2-disc SummerSlam 2017 DVD, Royal Rumble 2017 DVD, and four of the most recent “Double Feature” sets.
$2.99 with code
Double Feature: Great Balls of Fire & Battleground 2017
$3.74 with code
Royal Rumble 2017
Double Feature: Extreme Rules & Money in the Bank 2017
Double Feature: Payback & Backlash 2017
Double Feature: Elimination Chamber & Fastlane 2017
$7.49 with code
Scooby-Doo & WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon
Jetsons & WWE: Robo-WrestleMania
$8.24 with code
Surf’s Up 2: WaveMania
$8.99 with code
Scooby-Doo & WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon (Blu-ray)
|WHAT’S ON OFFER FOR BLACK FRIDAY…|
• Up to 75% savings on all of these products at WWEShop.com.
• A further 25% off when using promo code “FRIDAY”.
• FREE SHIPPING when your order hits $15!
Make Your Own (view full range)
Using today’s promo code you can create your own great deal on any of the standard priced DVDs and Blu-rays stocked on the site.
Stock up! Get your order total up to $15 to take advantage of FREE shipping no matter how many DVDs you buy.
$13.49 with code
30 Years of Survivor Series
$14.99 with code
Kurt Angle: The Essential Collection
WWE Unreleased 1986-1995
Best of 2000s
Diamond Dallas Page: Positively Living
Fight Owens Fight: The Kevin Owens Story
WWE 24: WrestleMania Monday
Seth Rollins: Building The Architect
$18.74 with code
Fight Owens Fight: The Kevin Owens Story (Blu-ray)
Diamond Dallas Page: Positively Living (Blu-ray)
BLACK FRIDAY IN THE UK: It looks like your deals are officially landing on WWEDVD.co.uk now with more expected tomorrow, so keep your eyes peeled. The UK shop site has kicked things off with a clearance sale on over 30 classic WWE DVD and Blu-ray titles, all listed below.
Every order of £45+ will also receive a free Shane McMahon Million Dollar Bill, the authentic article dropped from the stadium roof at WrestleMania 32 during Shane’s entrance into Hell in a Cell!
Night of Champions 2010 – £1.99 DVD
Bragging Rights 2010 – £1.99 DVD
Extreme Rules 2011 – £1.99 DVD
Over the Limit 2011 – £1.99 DVD
Capitol Punishment 2011 – £1.99 DVD
Survivor Series 2014 – £1.99 DVD, £2.99 Blu-ray
Night of Champions 2014 – £2.99 Blu-ray
Battleground 2013 – £1.99 DVD, £2.99 Blu-ray
Battleground 2014 – £1.99 DVD, £2.99 Blu-ray
Battleground 2015 – £1.99 DVD, £2.99 Blu-ray
Payback 2015 – £1.99 DVD, £2.99 Blu-ray
Extreme Rules 2015 – £1.99 DVD, £2.99 Blu-ray
Fastlane 2015 – £1.99 DVD, £2.99 Blu-ray
Daniel Bryan: Just Say Yes! Yes! Yes! – £4.99 DVD
Ultmate Warrior: Always Believe – £4.99 DVD
ECW Unreleased Vol. 2 – £4.99 DVD
Top 25 Rivalries in Wrestling History – £4.99 DVD
Bret Hart: The Dungeon Collection – £4.99 DVD
Best of Saturday Night’s Main Event – £4.99 DVD
Rey Mysterio: Life of a Masked Man – £4.99 DVD
Best of SmackDown 2009-2010 – £4.99 DVD
You Think You Know Me? The Story of Edge – £4.99 DVD
The Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn – £4.99 DVD, £5.99 Blu-ray
Greatest Rivalries: Shawn vs. Bret – £5.99 Blu-ray
Best of RAW: After The Show – £5.99 DVD
Greatest Wrestling Factions – £5.99 Blu-ray
WCW Greatest PPV Matches – £5.99 Blu-ray
Best of WWE at Madison Square Garden – £5.99 Blu-ray
True Story of WrestleMania – £5.99 Blu-ray
Greatest Stars of the 21st Century – £5.99 Blu-ray
DX: One Last Stand – £5.99 Blu-ray
Since when have WWEDVD.co.uk started charging for shipping? I just put stuff in the basket, then saw that there are now shipping costs. Didn’t it used to be free delivery in the tradition of Silver Vision? Sod that, out of principle; I’m not bothering.
I live outside the UK, and I’d always had to pay for shipping from them.
Yeah, I think they’ve always charged for shopping outside of the UK. I’m pretty sure even Silver Vision did. But WWEDVD.co.uk’s service is a far cry from Silver Vision, in my personal experience. Slower delivery times, less protective packaging and unprofessional email correspondence from people who can’t spell. Unless anything’s changed in the past several months since I last used them.
shipping * not shopping, lol. That’s ironic, given my criticism of their spelling.
Silvervision had free shipping for all of Europe. With WWEDVD.co.uk, I used to pay £4,10 for shipping, no matter how many titles I got. They have changed that now, and the more titles you buy, the more you pay for shipping. It’s both good and bad. It’s a bit cheaper for me to pre-order titles now. But buying more titles is a bit more expensive.
If you don’t feel like buying directly from them, check out Amazon. Sometimes there a savings to be found.
I believe they started charging shipping on all orders under £30 at some point in 2016. Then, earlier this year, it was only free shipping if you spent £50. A few months ago, they again changed their policy – acting as if shipping was now cheaper for all – only to reveal that every single order would now have a shipping charge. It makes the 10% discount completely redundant, as the shipping is more than 10% so you end up paying more. As you pointed out, SilverVision offered free postage whether you spent £2 or £200. With wwedvd.co.uk struggling to shift their DVDs as it is, I really can’t think that this petty postage charge is going to help their cause. They’ll just sell a few units at high prices, rather than many, many units at lower prices.
Exactly its like £1.20 for each item to ship so lets say you buy 3 items it costs £3.60 to ship which is a load of crap, wwe dvd uk trying to play clever hoping people dont notice, why high shipping cost when it should be free or should have kept at £1.99 like it was in the middle of 2017
I don’t mind them charging for shipping. I also pay for shipping from Amazon. Selling DVDs and blu-rays in 2017 is just less profitable than 5 or 10 years ago.
The difference is though, Mark, that if you spend £20 on Amazon you get free shipping. So two or three DVDs would easily see you qualify. It seems insane to me that ordering over £50s worth of items on wwedvd.co.uk still results in shipping charges.
I woke up to go to the bathroom at 330 am and checked my kindle afterwards and the sale just started. Hopefully they won’t run out of dvds like last year. I also added survivor series DVD to the cart after having a pay now page just to check the price of it. The added the DVD to the order even though I really didn’t want it, oh well.