Continuing our look at site supporters product line-ups in the run up to Christmas, it's now the turn of the highly regarded Play.com. Below you'll find a number of titles we've stumbled across which are worth a look...
|Friends: Complete Series Boxset - £169.49
Own the entire 10 seasons of hit US television series Friends in one big boxset. Retailing at £224.99, Play.com's price nets you a massive saving of over £50!
|The Office: Complete Series Boxset - £29.99
Own every episode of Ricky Gervais' and Stephen Merchant's award winning BBC television series, The Office, with this £29.99 DVD release available through Play.com. The set features all 12 episodes from the two series as well as the 2003 Christmas Specials.
|Spider-Man 2 - £7.99
Due for release on 26 November 2004, Spider-Man 2 has the distinction of being one of those sequels that surpasses the original. Better in every respect than it's predecessor, it is likely to be one of this Christmas' must-have DVDs and at £14.99 you'll be hard pressed to find it cheaper than on Play.
|Lord of the Rings: Return of the King Extended Collectors Edition - £33.99
FIVE, count 'em, five packed discs of Tolkien goodness. The extended editions of the Lord of the Rings trilogy have been some of the best selling releases to date, and to round off the series this new five-disc set also includes a beutifully sculpted model of Minas Tirith as featured in the film. This is the DVD release that fans have been waiting for ALL year.
|Lord of the Rings Trilogy: Extended Edition - £44.99
As if that wasn't enough Lord of the Rings for one update, here's even more - and what a set it is. Featuring 12 discs packed to the brim with the extended editions of all three films along with dozens of hours of extra material this is the Lord of the Rings boxset to end all boxsets.
|Bridget Jones's Diary - £7.99
If all this Middle-Earth mayhem is too much, how about a more relaxing British Rom-Com in the form of Bridget Jones's Diary. At just £7.99 it offers the perfect excuse for you to catch up before seeing the sequel currently in the cinema.
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