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2 x CDs for a net cost of 200 clubcard points (£2.00 value) @ Tesco

£2.00 @ Tesco Direct
Bear with me on this one; Tesco are offering 150 clubcard points on selected CDs. You can also halve the cost of said CDs when using your clubcard points. You have to spend a minimum of £10 to …
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Bear with me on this one;

Tesco are offering 150 clubcard points on selected CDs.

You can also halve the cost of said CDs when using your clubcard points. You have to spend a minimum of £10 to do this.

Select 2 x CDs of £5 each and use £5 clubcard voucher (500 points) to pay for them, and then get 300 clubcard points credited back to yourself!

2 x CDs for 200 clubcard points! :)
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honeymonster86
Wow, I'm amazed people still buy CDs!

Then, we'd better not tell you people still buy vinyls.
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nicknack
Thanks

Used 950 clubcard points to buy:

Turn Blue - Black Keys (£5), In a Perfect World - Kodaline (£5) and Reflector - Arcade Fire (£9)

Got credited 469 clubcard points, so total spend = 481 clubcard points (£4.81)

Mega Bargain :)

The downside being that you now own a Kodaline CD



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#1
ooh cheeky! I can see this getting hot!
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#3
Thanks

Used 950 clubcard points to buy:

Turn Blue - Black Keys (£5), In a Perfect World - Kodaline (£5) and Reflector - Arcade Fire (£9)

Got credited 469 clubcard points, so total spend = 481 clubcard points (£4.81)

Mega Bargain :)
#4
Like it, though I don't tend to buy CDs any more.
2 Likes #5
Do it...and sell the CDs to CEX....it's a great way to turn the clubcard points into hard cash
#6
Wow, I'm amazed people still buy CDs!
banned 21 Likes #7
honeymonster86
Wow, I'm amazed people still buy CDs!

Then, we'd better not tell you people still buy vinyls.
#8
nicknack
Thanks

Used 950 clubcard points to buy:

Turn Blue - Black Keys (£5), In a Perfect World - Kodaline (£5) and Reflector - Arcade Fire (£9)

Got credited 469 clubcard points, so total spend = 481 clubcard points (£4.81)

Mega Bargain :)

To buy tonight! Ta!
3 Likes #9
hot deal, although, I've made a pact with myself to use a local independent shop now. I'd be so sad to see them go, seems a small price to pay for a bit of chit chat and a few recommendations. viva la record store! :)
5 Likes #10
nicknack
Thanks

Used 950 clubcard points to buy:

Turn Blue - Black Keys (£5), In a Perfect World - Kodaline (£5) and Reflector - Arcade Fire (£9)

Got credited 469 clubcard points, so total spend = 481 clubcard points (£4.81)

Mega Bargain :)

The downside being that you now own a Kodaline CD



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1 Like #11
honeymonster86
Wow, I'm amazed people still buy CDs!
Really? For about the same price it's much more fun than buying mp3 files
1 Like #12
johnthehuman
nicknack
ThanksUsed 950 clubcard points to buy:Turn Blue - Black Keys (£5), In a Perfect World - Kodaline (£5) and Reflector - Arcade Fire (£9)Got credited 469 clubcard points, so total spend = 481 clubcard points (£4.81)Mega Bargain :)
The downside being that you now own a Kodaline CD :{

and a dull Black Keys one as well
2 Likes #13
Long live the CD. Nothing better than getting and reading through the booklet whilst listening to it. Owning a classic album on mp3 is in no way better than owning the physical product.
4 Likes #14
telttruth
Long live the CD. Nothing better than getting and reading through the booklet whilst listening to it. Owning a classic album on mp3 is in no way better than owning the physical product.

Getting a larger booklet, better artwork and a big chunk of vinyl is better, IMO 8)
#15
great deal! just picked up 4 albums! thanks
#16
Didnt know people still paid for music in this day and age?
#17
Dantooine
honeymonster86
Wow, I'm amazed people still buy CDs!
Really? For about the same price it's much more fun than buying mp3 files

I don't mean MP3s, I mean streaming services, all the music you want!
#18
mebzz
Do it...and sell the CDs to CEX....it's a great way to turn the clubcard points into hard cash
If you really feel the need to dispose of the CDs, you would be better off giving them to a charity shop. At least you could then feel good about getting nothing for them.
1 Like #19
telttruth
Long live the CD. Nothing better than getting and reading through the booklet whilst listening to it. Owning a classic album on mp3 is in no way better than owning the physical product.

I agree. It gets a bit boring just having endless tracks and files on a harddrive. The CD/vinyl packaging is part of the experience.
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rabbitmoon
telttruth
Long live the CD. Nothing better than getting and reading through the booklet whilst listening to it. Owning a classic album on mp3 is in no way better than owning the physical product.

I agree. It gets a bit boring just having endless tracks and files on a harddrive. The CD/vinyl packaging is part of the experience.

Agreed - I remember in the 70's spending hours looking at the album covers whilst listening to the music - some were really artisic and educational, like the inner gatefold sleeve of the Ohio Players "Honey" album (_;)

http://imagizer.imageshack.us/a/img442/2185/ohipplayershoneyinnerfo.jpg:D
#21
Thanks OP

Nothing really takes my fancy, not my type of music :)
#22
And the youth of today think they invented eroticism! I loved the 70's but must admit I didnt get this carried away whilst dancing!!
1 Like #23
thanks for this, there was a cd my daughter wanted in hmv 2 for £15 offer the other day and it is £5 on Tesco delivered.
With the extra 150 points that's even better still :)
1 Like #24
Great deal shame there's nothing I like, Ellie Goulding classed as rock?!?! oh dear.
1 Like #25
pbyron1
Like it, though I don't tend to buy CDs any more.
Why not, are you digital fools unaware your sound quality is appalling compared to a cd??
#26
1 Like #27
BACONIZGUD4ME
honeymonster86
Wow, I'm amazed people still buy CDs!

Then, we'd better not tell you people still buy vinyls.
Hipsters buy vinyls. Hipsters aren't people.
#28
shadzuk
pbyron1
Like it, though I don't tend to buy CDs any more.
Why not, are you digital fools unaware your sound quality is appalling compared to a cd??

Hold on a minute. Many of us digital music lovers are not slaves to the inadequate MP3. ;)
There is plenty of digital music out there that is superior to the CD, and it will hopefully kill off the MP3 in a few years time.


Edited By: spock1958 on Jul 30, 2014 20:18
#29
honeymonster86
Wow, I'm amazed people still buy CDs!

I've just upgraded my cd collection by getting new cases and replacing some discs that had seen better days. Be prepared to be even more amazed....some of the CD's I bought were to replace my ancient collection of AUDIO CASSETTE TAPES! :p
(I am aware that, as I store and access a lot of music digitally now, I probably won't even play the CD's I have just bought....but I just like having them. There's something very satisfying about looking at that neat, alphabetised collection of little gleaming, square cases, newly polished and sporting their colourful slip covers and containing that pristine, shiny disc. Oh yes, can't beat it! :D )

Edited By: Lou Scotland on Jul 30, 2014 20:34
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Sumpte
BACONIZGUD4ME
honeymonster86
Wow, I'm amazed people still buy CDs!

Then, we'd better not tell you people still buy vinyls.
Hipsters buy vinyls. Hipsters aren't people.

That is just a fail....like MP3s and CD's....
#31
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#32
gslgregory
Anyone else getting an 'access denied' message when clicking on the link?

Update to my own question - it worked with a different browser.
#33
shadzuk
pbyron1
Like it, though I don't tend to buy CDs any more.
Why not, are you digital fools unaware your sound quality is appalling compared to a cd??

Yeah because your human ears can really tell the difference. Maybe a dog might be able to appreciate the difference.
2 Likes #34
shadzuk
pbyron1
Like it, though I don't tend to buy CDs any more.
Why not, are you digital fools unaware your sound quality is appalling compared to a cd??


Am I the only who finds it interesting how some people on hotukd become so rude over the fact that some people have different tastes to them. Shows a lack of education and basic manners.
#35
Cracking offer! Basically, it's £3 off - then half price! (when using clubcard vouchers)

So a £5 CD is £1, a £7 CD is £2, etc.

Bought 5 CDs for a net £9 in vouchers!

CDs are often cheaper than MP3 versions, and waaaaaay better - long live the CD!
#36
shadzuk
Why not, are you digital fools unaware your sound quality is appalling compared to a cd??

Would you not describe the music on a CD as digital then? :{
#37
martinwallis
shadzuk
pbyron1
Like it, though I don't tend to buy CDs any more.
Why not, are you digital fools unaware your sound quality is appalling compared to a cd??

Yeah because your human ears can really tell the difference. Maybe a dog might be able to appreciate the difference.

If you can't tell the difference between a 320kb MP3 and a 44100kb CD then you should probably go to the Dr's. I say this out of concern as you really should be able to notice the difference and you may be suffering (or developing) a loss of hearing.
#38
diverse
martinwallis
shadzuk
pbyron1
Like it, though I don't tend to buy CDs any more.

Why not, are you digital fools unaware your sound quality is appalling compared to a cd??


Yeah because your human ears can really tell the difference. Maybe a dog might be able to appreciate the difference.


If you can't tell the difference between a 320kb MP3 and a 44100kb CD then you should probably go to the Dr's. I say this out of concern as you really should be able to notice the difference and you may be suffering (or developing) a loss of hearing.

What a load of rubbish. Clearly you do not know what you are talking about. Unless you have an audio set-up that costs well into 4 figures and exceptional hearing, there is no perceived difference at this compression in an MP3 container. Besides, digital audio can, and is, distributed in lossless formats as well as other superior 'lossy' filetypes too.
#39
All this talk about the sound difference between MP3 and CD is nonsense, unless the MP3 is ripped at bit rates of around 128kbps and lower you shouldn't be able to tell much difference and MP3's ripped at 320kbps are just as good to the human ear as CD.
1 Like #40
DrJogalog
diverse
martinwallis
shadzuk
pbyron1
Like it, though I don't tend to buy CDs any more.
Why not, are you digital fools unaware your sound quality is appalling compared to a cd??

Yeah because your human ears can really tell the difference. Maybe a dog might be able to appreciate the difference.

If you can't tell the difference between a 320kb MP3 and a 44100kb CD then you should probably go to the Dr's. I say this out of concern as you really should be able to notice the difference and you may be suffering (or developing) a loss of hearing.
What a load of rubbish. Clearly you do not know what you are talking about. Unless you have an audio set-up that costs well into 4 figures and exceptional hearing, there is no perceived difference at this compression in an MP3 container. Besides, digital audio can, and is, distributed in lossless formats as well as other superior 'lossy' filetypes too.

Funny enough I DO know what I'm talking about. I've been an audio engineer, restoring and mastering CD's for 20+ years. I'm one of only a handful of Apple approved MFiT mastering engineers in the UK and there was absolutely no justification for your rude response.

If you can't tell the difference between MP3 and a CD through average headphones then I respectfully suggest you try this test:

https://www.goldenears.philips.com/en/introduction.html

Your reference to other digital formats is irrelevant as I clearly stated and this was in reply to the statement made that you can't tell the difference between MP3's and CD's. At no time did I refer any other format or bit-rate so there was absolutely no need for your vile tone.

There are many other formats that are far superior to MP3 and uncompressed WAV's and AIFF files are in fact better than CD as they would not have BLER or E32 errors that would need correction during the playback of the CD.


Edited By: diverse on Jul 31, 2014 10:30

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