Staying in at all this week? Here are the picks to keep you entertained at home without breaking the bank. Your essentials for a cheap night in! This week includes The Sopranos, La Roux, The Commonwealth Games and The Lego Movie.
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New films to stream online
The Lego Movie ,Blinkbox
In case you missed this deal last week. You can currently buy The Lego Movie to download for £9.99 at Blinkbox.
Do this and you’ll get 500 bonus Clubcard points, worth £5 when shopping in Tesco, and up to £20 if you exchange for vouchers elsewhere.
If you only double them on something you’d normally buy like train fares, you’re getting the movie for free!
Even better, if you haven’t used Blinkbox yet, you can get a £3.49 bonus when you credit £1. So that’s potentially just £6.50 for copy of this fun animated movie before you count the points!
You can read all about Blinkbox in our Clever Site review.
The Sopranos Now TV
This has been on my list to watch for years. Regarded by many as the best TV drama ever, you can watch all 6 series of The Sopranos on Sky’s Now TV.
You can also watch many other box sets and most of what’s being shown on normal Sky TV, including Sky Atlantic.
A month of the entertainment package is £4.99, or you can sign up for six months for £34.99 and also get a NOW TV box worth £9.99. If you don’t want the box you can connect your TV to a computer, or some TVs and consoles will have a NOW TV app.
LINK: Subscribe to NOW TV to watch The Sopranos and much more
If that doesn’t take your fancy, we’ve just published our guide to the best TV shows on each of the online services. Take a look here to see which is the best one to subscribe to.
Free On-Demand Choice
Sound City BBC iPlayer, until Friday.
Fun documentary directed by Dave Grohl about the studio where Nirvana and others recorded. Some great music and performances!
The Commonwealth Games BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button
Like the Olympics two years ago, you can watch live or catch up all
The action from Glasgow.
Cheapest Places To Buy New Albums
After four or so years away, La Roux has returned with what’s meant to be a fantastic new album. There’s also a new Now compilation and a few others worth checking out. Here’s where to find the cheapest MP3 and CD prices.
La Roux: Trouble In Paradise – MP3 £7.99 at Amazon / CD £7.99 at WOWHD
Got A Girl: I Love You But I Must Drive Off This Cliff Now – MP3 £5.99 at Google Play / CD £7.99 at WOWHD
Now That’s What I Call Music 88– MP3 £9.99 at Amazon target=”blank” / CD £11 at Amazon
King Creosote: From Scotland With Love – MP3 £6.99 at Sainsbury’s Entertainment / CD £10.99 at WOWHD or Amazon
Read our Ways To Listen To Music For Less guide for tips to get cheap tunes.
Cheapest Places To Buy New DVD & Blu-rays
Cheapest prices for really funThe Lego Movie and the oscar winning doc about backing singers 20ft From Stardom. Plus the more disappointing Need For Speed (with Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul) and Terry Gilliam’s The Zero Theorem.
The Lego Movie £9.99 DVD at Zavvi.com and £12.99 Blu-Ray at Amazon
20 Feet From Stardom £11.99 DVD and £14.99 Blu-Ray at MovieMail.com
Need For Speed £9.99 DVD at Zavvi.com and £12.99 Blu-Ray at Amazon.co.uk
The Zero Theorem £9.99 DVD at Zavvi.com / £12.99 Blu-Ray at Base.com
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