In case you didn’t know, it’s Black Friday, so a stupid amount of money is being spent across the Internet on products, supposedly for Christmas but I suspect much of these items are actually intended for the person ordering them. And there’s plenty of Doctor Who goodies.
First off, Big Finish are having an incredible sale largely focused on those metal meanies from Skaro, the Daleks.
For just £5 each, you can get Doctor Who: Plague of the Daleks, with Peter Davison’s Fifth Doctor; Doctor Who: Patient Zero with Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor; and Doctor Who: Enemy of the Daleks, starring the Seventh Doctor. Davison also faces off against the Daleks in Doctor Who – The Lost Stories: The Elite, also featuring Sarah Sutton as Nyssa and Janet Fielding as Tegan, bringing to life a never-made TV script.
The company’s adaptations of stageplays are also at the discounted rate: Doctor Who: The Ultimate Adventure, Doctor Who: Seven Keys to Doomsday, and Doctor Who: The Curse of the Daleks, which you can either pick up as a physical copy (£5) or as downloads (£2.99).
And if you want to go all-out for Dalek action, there’s 18 CDs available for just £70 (£60 for download), comprising of all four series of Dalek Empire. The stories star many Doctor Who alumni including Maureen O’Brien, Noel Clarke, and even David Tennant!
Or if you’re only missing one or two Dalek Empire stories, they’re £5 each too.
Those offers are just 24 hours only, so end at Noon on Saturday 28th November 2015.
If you’re interested in their Top 20 audios, however, they’re all available at lower rates than usual until Noon on Tuesday 1st December 2015. The stories selected are a result of listeners voting for their favourites from the first 200 regular Doctor Who Main Range title, so you know you’re ordering the best quality goods! The first six are permanently on sale for £2.99, download only:
14. The Holy Terror by Robert Shearman
16. Storm Warning by Alan Barnes
29. The Chimes of Midnight by Robert Shearman
34. Spare Parts by Marc Platt
43. Doctor Who and the Pirates by Jacqueline Rayner
48. Davros by Lance Parkin
The rest, however, are either download or as a proper CD for £5. If you order the CD, you get a download copy straight away anyway. Just saying…
65. The Juggernauts by Scott Alan Woodard
72. Terror Firma by Joseph Lidster
81. The Kingmaker by Nev Fountain
91. Circular Time by Paul Cornell and Mike Maddox
103. The Girl Who Never Was by Alan Barnes
104. The Bride of Peladon by Barnaby Edwards
123. The Company of Friends by Lance Parkin, Stephen Cole, Alan Barnes and Jonathan Morris
140. A Death in the Family by Steven Hall
149. Robophobia by Nicholas Briggs
153. The Silver Turk by Marc Platt
169. The Wrong Doctors by Matt Fitton
178. 1963: Fanfare for the Common Men by Eddie Robson
194. The Rani Elite by Justin Richards
199. Last of the Cybermen by Alan Barnes
Alternatively, the Top 20 Special Offer bundles gives you those 14 titles on CD for just £60, with free UK postage and reduced overseas shipping. The entire set of 20 downloads can be picked up for just £75.
Their Big 200 survey coincidentally finishes today too.
The lovely folk who do replica clothing launched their Doctor Who range in 2012 with the Fourth Doctor multi-coloured Scarf. Since then, there’s been plenty of great products for Whovians, their latest being The Pandrorica Opens Scarf.
Two of their Doctor Who items are on special offer: the Fifth Doctor Jumper, which has £10 knocked off, bringing its £39.99 RRP down to £29.99. It’s made from Acrylic so it’s warm and soft.
And then there’s the Fourth Doctor Season 18 Burgundy Scarf, which is modeled on the one Tom Baker wore during his final season as the Time Lord. The RRP was £49.99, but it’s on sale for £29.99 for now!
This is a pretty mental offer. The 50th anniversary Limited Edition Print Set includes 20 stunning prints from across time and space with art by Kasterborous co-founder, Anthony Dry, Chris Achilleos, Adrian Salmon and Lee Sullivan.
The set is limited to just 1,963, complete with a special booklet and certificate of authenticity.
It was originally over £120.
Trust me, it’s more than worth it.
They’ve also got a beautiful TARDIS Collector’s Watch for £84.99, a saving of £55, or if you’re into the 1960s Peter Cushing Dalek movies, the Zavvi exclusive steelbook Blu-ray of Doctor Who and the Daleks (the first film) is just £14.99.
Now, you’ve got to be careful with this one because their packaging is often dodgy and your items can come damaged. If you want to risk it, however, there’s some great bargains here…
First off, there are the Maxi-Busts, including Doctors Three, Four, and Eleven, Amy Pond, and the 1980s Cybermen. These are now very hard to get and so greatly sought-after, so Forbidden’s sale – bringing their £59.99 RRPs down to just £29.99 – is more than welcome!
They’ve also got the 50th anniversary audios, Destiny of the Doctor, at £5 each, and two toy sets also at reduced prices: the Enemies of the First Doctor is £9.99 (with a Tenth Planet Cyberman, Roboman from The Dalek Invasion of Earth, and a Dalek variant from The Daleks’ Master Plan); and the Enemies of the Third Doctor (Omega from The Three Doctors, an Auton with Nestene Consciousness Control Sphere, and a Drashig from Carnival of Monsters) is £19.99.