Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - 20th Anniversary (4K+2D Blu-ray SteelBook) (Magical Movie Mode Edition) (Zavvi Exclusive) [UK]

Added to Calendar: 08-16-21

paulboland

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Release date: August 16, 2021
Purchase link: Zavvi (Pre-order on July 14, at 12 PM for Red Carpet, at 6 PM general sale - UK time)
Price: £29.99


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£29.99 for the UK.

I expect they'll do these similar to the Star Wars steels last year and gradually put them up for pre-order over the next few months
 

paulboland

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:LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: nice use of the € sign there. It's almost as if you didn't know where to place it :naughty:

3€5.49
35€.49
35.4€9
35€49

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€ symbol goes before the amount €35.49
You are not meant to use comma , as seen used in some european countries
It's meant to be decimal .

€35.49 This is the correct way to list a price

You are only meant to put after the amount if in written form as in 35 euro and 49 cents
This is what you would use when writing a cheque value in words Thirty Five Euro and Forty Nine Cents


Some countries in Europe use € symbol the wrong way becuase they using their previous method for the currency they used before they changed to the Euro and English is not their main language
 

TheCollector86

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Apr 14, 2012
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€ symbol goes before the amount €35.49
You are not meant to use comma , as seen used in some european countries
It's meant to be decimal .

€35.49 This is the correct way to list a price

You are only meant to put after the amount if in written form as in 35 euro and 49 cents
This is what you would use when writing a cheque value in words Thirty Five Euro and Forty Nine Cents


Some countries in Europe use € symbol the wrong way becuase they using their previous method for the currency they used before they changed to the Euro and English is not their main language
not this convo again :rofl:
 

tommyh84

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€ symbol goes before the amount €35.49
You are not meant to use comma , as seen used in some european countries
It's meant to be decimal .

€35.49 This is the correct way to list a price

You are only meant to put after the amount if in written form as in 35 euro and 49 cents
This is what you would use when writing a cheque value in words Thirty Five Euro and Forty Nine Cents


Some countries in Europe use € symbol the wrong way becuase they using their previous method for the currency they used before they changed to the Euro and English is not their main language
@paulboland be like

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:LOL::rofl:
 

DMD4k

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€ symbol goes before the amount €35.49
You are not meant to use comma, as seen used in some european countries
It's meant to be decimal .
Commas are also used as decimal separators Paul. In fact it's more common for the decimal separator to be a comma than it is to be a dot. So it's not "meant" to be a dot if that's what you meant.
€35.49 This is the correct way to list a price
The truth is I was picking on BluSteel as an inside joke.
You are only meant to put after the amount if in written form as in 35 euro and 49 cents
No.
"EUR (or €) is the measuring unit. In English, ‘EUR’ (or the euro sign ‘€’) is placed before the figure, separated by a (non-breaking) space, e.g. EUR 30. In French and German the order is reversed, e.g. 30 EUR." Source
Some countries in Europe use € symbol the wrong way becuase they using their previous method for the currency they used before they changed to the Euro and English is not their main language
No, it's completely the opposite, but thanks. The majority of the countries using the Euro as their currency are not English speaking countries!! We're all wrong?
 
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