Beat the Credit Crunch: UPDATED 14 October

As the global economy falls down around our ears, some of you are probably starting to worry, as you ask: how on earth am I going to continue to afford to buy a DVD box set every week? Fret not. Like a handsome prince on a white charger, here comes SFX to the rescue, with a few tips on how to save some pennies.

For starters, your first essential every month is of course a copy of SFX, so why not save some money on that by joining the record numbers who now have a subscription ?

Secondly, our forum users are eagle-eyed bargain spotters. In the following threads, you'll find bargain prices for movies on DVD , TV series on DVD and anime .

If you’re completely boracic, we’ve also got a swap thread for unwanted comics and one for Doctor Who goodies .

Oh, and don’t forget, you can get 10% off purchases from Forbidden Planet International using the SFX reader code.

This website might also be handy - it lists details of discount vouchers for all manner of different websites:

Latest update:
Forbidden Planet are knocking 20% off all Doctor Who-related products and all manga for one weekend only (Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 October). To take advantage of these offers, click here or here to print out the vouchers needed.

This page will be updated as and when we hear about new discounts and special offers. If you come across any that we may not have heard of, post a comment on this page, or drop a line to .

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