March 23rd, 2009
|fencer_x||10:46 pm - HALP~!!|
There's a DVD release event for DUST. 3 of them, actually. Unfortunately, I already pre-ordered the DVD at the theater, and so I DON'T COUNT. Which means I need you people to help!
DOES ANYONE WANT DUST ON DVD???
I will more than happily (as will Paula and Rachel ;____;) drag myself to Marui Denki to purchase one of these badboys for you, try and make myself shake the boy's hand or high five him or listen to him belt out songs (as will happen at the event) all to unite you with his newest endeavor at Making People Cry and Keeping Tuti Away From His Shows.
So, anyone? Bueller? We would LOVE to get at least 3 people with requests, as then one of us could go to each show and report back on what happened, but even one would be great!
View details of the event here -- DVDs are 5250yen each.
Current Mood: bored
|Date:||March 24th, 2009 12:24 pm (UTC)|| |
Is there anything extra that comes with the DVD you buy for the event? I preordered it for a lot less than that, and HMV stocks it for 4150yen (http://www.hmv.co.jp/product/detail.asp?sku=3521248) ...
It's actually a punishment almost for people ordering from overseas: if you preordered the DVD at the theater itself (like I did, but it's not doing me any good here!) you get the DVD, CD, and 2 photosets (6 photos total I think?), and if you live in Japan and preorder it here, you get the event of course. But just ordering it from overseas? NOPE, nada :/ (that I know of -- though you can buy the CD as well, it seems)
For anyone who wants to order it from overseas, though, it's probably going to be about the same after you factor in shipping no matter how you get it, with maybe a little bit difference considering HMV is a large chain.
For anyone who wants to order it from overseas, though, it's probably going to be about the same after you factor in shipping no matter how you get it - *nods* I pre-ordered it from Amazon, and it shows the list price as 5250 yen, and while the pre-order price is discounted to 3800 yen, shipping is 2000 yen, so... It really evens out.