Columbia house for DVD's?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by ArtV, May 3, 2002.

  1. ArtV

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    The ad says that you can pick 4 DVD's for 49 cents each plus shipping. Would it be possible for me to join only to buy these 4 then quit & not have columbia house on my arse? Can they put this on your credit report?
     
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    Don't use their crappy deal. Use a good code and get 8 DVDs for $80. No need to even try and screw over Columbia House, who will eventually charge you if you don't fulfill the account. The trick is to fulfill your required purchases with $19.95 titles and pick higher-priced titles for enrollment. Good deal if you like getting DVDs at less than $10 a pop.
     
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    He's stating the Canadian membership, there are no codes or deals with them. But yes, definately enrole with the expensive discs and buy the rest with the cheap disks.

    Chris.
     
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    You want to go here to learn all things Columbia House.
     
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    the offer that he's stating sounds exactly like the Canadian version, I think the US has much better offers.
     

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