If You Still Don’t Have Firefly On Blu-Ray, Now Might Well Be The Time

firefly castBoth the UK and US have the same Blu-ray versions of Joss Whedon‘s Firefly, to all intents and purposes. Both will work in both regions A and B, and the content on the discs is identical.

At the moment, Amazon in the UK are charging £16 for the set. That’s very good value for money, to say the least.

The US version is currently $27.65, but if you’re going to ship it to Blighty there’s import fees and postage to pay on top, bringing the total to $34.13, I think. So it works out a fair bit more than going for the British version.

Still, neither is expensive and – review spoiler alert – I did have cause to say, just the other day and about another TV show I can’t name right now but I’m sure you can guess, “That’s the most fun I’ve had with a pilot since Firefly.”

So. Firefly. It’s great, and for Brits at least, it’s cheaper than normal right now.

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