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1 hour ago, Nascent said:

Do you know what's the difference between the victory pack and the regular premiership DVD? There's a significant price difference but I've checked a couple websites and there's no details about what extra content they have.

The Victory pack has all three Finals games on it. 

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2 minutes ago, Demon4Life said:

I got my premiership flag, the last piece of premiership merchandise I ordered, delivered on friday. I get a lot of people calling out as I drive around town

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Such a beautiful flag

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5 minutes ago, bringbackthebiff said:

BCA1AE39-FF30-4E65-AEBA-6B17F66EEA77.thumb.jpeg.46202e23b0c3e4e9ab10e16000f2cd16.jpegMeanwhile, other club merch sales…

With all due respect, that stuff looks horrendous, just everything about it says don't buy me, or if you do, don't ever wear it in public.

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39 minutes ago, bringbackthebiff said:

BCA1AE39-FF30-4E65-AEBA-6B17F66EEA77.thumb.jpeg.46202e23b0c3e4e9ab10e16000f2cd16.jpegMeanwhile, other club merch sales…

Actually there was negative press about the Lions having NEDS as one of their prime sponsors. I wouldn’t be too keen on such sponsorship and having myself and the kids “promoting such brands” through merch .  Just my opinion. BTW I’m ok with Zurich .  

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6 hours ago, Nascent said:

Do you know what's the difference between the victory pack and the regular premiership DVD? There's a significant price difference but I've checked a couple websites and there's no details about what extra content they have.

I pre ordered it from jbhifi too. What I’m saying is it’s available to buy in stores and I still didn’t get my copy yet

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49 minutes ago, Cassiew said:

I pre ordered it from jbhifi too. What I’m saying is it’s available to buy in stores and I still didn’t get my copy yet

I cancelled my pre-ordered Victory Pack at JB after it went on sale for $20 cheaper. 

I just followed these instructions and grabbed a cheaper copy instore https://support.jbhifi.com.au/hc/en-au/articles/360053850973-How-do-I-cancel-my-online-order-

 

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2 hours ago, Cassiew said:

I pre ordered it from jbhifi too. What I’m saying is it’s available to buy in stores and I still didn’t get my copy yet

Yeah that sucks.

I was just asking about the difference between the two because I didn't see the victory pack on the Melbourne online shop so only ordered the premiers DVD.

I tried to research after I found out about the victory pack online but they pretty much had the same description with no mention of what extra content the victory pack had.

Mr Steve kindly answered earlier about the additional finals games included.

Hope your DVD arrives soon.

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On 11/7/2021 at 3:15 PM, Mr Steve said:

The Victory pack has all three Finals games on it. 

PLUS A SEASONS HIGHLIGHT 4TH DVD ADDED. So if you were going to buy that item separate then there is no need. Got mine today $75 bucks from JB! 😁

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My victory pack has been shipped. Sadly to get results you have to b-i-t-c-h sometimes.

Lost my faith in pre-ordering though. My mate complained and they shipped it the very next day and gave him a discount. He said he doubts they would have done anything if he didn’t complain 

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I posted previously that I ordered two sets of Vicroads personalised plates, one including my initials and one set with the generic 21MDMN.  The DMN one was meant as a gift but didnt arrive in time and the giftee wasnt really keen on personalised plates anyway :(  So if anyone would like them at my cost  ($695) let me know, they are very easy to reassign.  They just arrived today 9th NOV.  Like I said, I'm not looking to make anything on them, but I'm sure a DMN out there would love them :)

I can send actual pics of the plates, exactly like my own  as attached but 21MDMN

 

 

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17 hours ago, picket fence said:

PLUS A SEASONS HIGHLIGHT 4TH DVD ADDED. So if you were going to buy that item separate then there is no need. Got mine today $75 bucks from JB! 😁

Presume the Highlights video here might be this? https://www.jbhifi.com.au/products/afl-premiers-2021-melbourne-demons-season-highlights-2021-dvd

Would be interested to get any reviews of this DVD from anyone who has seen it. Are we talking a 1998 Hotter than Hell with Todd Viney style production?  

 

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