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500 pack basic printer paper 45p @ Sainsburys

£0.45 @ Sainsbury's
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Picked up from my local sainsburys
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Wow, at these prices I may have to stop stealing it from work :D

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#1
which local sainsburys was that at
#2
mmachine
which local sainsburys was that at
Dewsbury
#3
masterz123
mmachine
which local sainsburys was that at
Dewsbury
ok thanx
#4
Any left?
36 Likes #5
Wow, at these prices I may have to stop stealing it from work :D
1 Like #6
Still 50p in my local Sainsbury's store.
#7
good find op, heat added
#8
None at Blackhall Superstore. They had loads yesterday at 50p.
#9
saw the price label at my local store. but the paper was gone :(
#10
I got a couple of packs tonight in Stirling, they had piles, still at 50p though.
#11
45p for 500 pages?????? mega hot!! :D
1 Like #12
Does anyone know if this is 70gsm or 80?
#13
boostii
Wow, at these prices I may have to stop stealing it from work :D


lmaoo :-)
#14
boostii
Wow, at these prices I may have to stop stealing it from work :D
OH so it was you stealing papers, now I have the proof, see you in the office on Monday........Boss:{
2 Likes #15
Mermoo
Does anyone know if this is 70gsm or 80?


it's the cheap stuff, 70gsm
#16
I got the mrs to pick up 10 packs useful for me as I'm regularly printing labels out
3 Likes #17
Sorry to roll all this positivity up into a paper ball but does this not make people more likely to use it wastefully and therefore more damaging to the environment? At least with paper at normal prices it has a remote chance of being from sustainable forests and people will also use it more sparingly?
2 Likes #18
stujb
Mermoo
Does anyone know if this is 70gsm or 80?
it's the cheap stuff, 70gsm

It's 75gsm.
1 Like #19
I use it for toilet paper..............well.it's softer than Izal
#20
Hot Deal, thank's.Shelf was empty Wednesfield 07:30 this morning.
2 Likes #21
bd1981bd
Sorry to roll all this positivity up into a paper ball but does this not make people more likely to use it wastefully and therefore more damaging to the environment? At least with paper at normal prices it has a remote chance of being from sustainable forests and people will also use it more sparingly?

Paper is PEFC certified.
Nope, I got 3 packs and going to use it when I need it. For printing tickets etc....
2 Likes #22
bd1981bd
Sorry to roll all this positivity up into a paper ball but does this not make people more likely to use it wastefully and therefore more damaging to the environment? At least with paper at normal prices it has a remote chance of being from sustainable forests and people will also use it more sparingly?
grow up
#23
bd1981bd
Sorry to roll all this positivity up into a paper ball but does this not make people more likely to use it wastefully and therefore more damaging to the environment? At least with paper at normal prices it has a remote chance of being from sustainable forests and people will also use it more sparingly?


Cheaper than toilet paper
1 Like #24
nougat
bd1981bd
Sorry to roll all this positivity up ... blah, blah
grow up

Oh, no nougat that reply is so offensive and inappropriate. It might make poor bd1981bd come over all stressed and feel so vulnerable he might have to sit down for a little while. (_;)
#25
Good luck finding stock - most will have already gone at 50p. Still a deal tho.
1 Like #26
Great price - voted hot.
1 Like #27
Gutted I bought 4 Reims at 50p each last week
1 Like #28
bd1981bd
Sorry to roll all this positivity up into a paper ball but does this not make people more likely to use it wastefully and therefore more damaging to the environment? At least with paper at normal prices it has a remote chance of being from sustainable forests and people will also use it more sparingly?
Thanks for pointing this out. You are so right, what a beautiful thought, I am in floods of tears writing this as I think of the massive damage I could cause the environment by printing on paper. In fact, I am going to stop writing immediately and switch off my computer, as writing this post is unnecessary and therefore not using electricity sparingly. So important that we each do our bit!
4 Likes #29
peterstyles75
Gutted I bought 4 Reims at 50p each last week
Reims is in France. Reams is in Sainsbury's (if there are any left at that price). :D
#30
£1.25 in my local.
#31
bd1981bd
Sorry to roll all this positivity up into a paper ball but does this not make people more likely to use it wastefully and therefore more damaging to the environment? At least with paper at normal prices it has a remote chance of being from sustainable forests and people will also use it more sparingly?
I don't think this will result in people using significantly more paper if indeed it has any effect on consumption at all. Also cost is no indication of green credentials. My reasoning is that printing things out is non-addictive and is not motivated by any human instinct. If for instance the price of mars bars is reduced to 10p then people might eat more of them, because we've evolved to look out for fat and sugar which would be hard to come by in the natural world. I've never met anyone who just loves a printout and can't stop printing if you give them a box of paper. I'd also suggest that increasing the cost of paper would simply move the problem elsewhere. If you pay more for something then someone somewhere is making a bigger profit. How do they spend that money? Is it on reforestation or is it on a supercar? Getting to the bottom line on these things isn't a no brainer.
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bd1981bd
Sorry to roll all this positivity up into a paper ball but does this not make people more likely to use it wastefully and therefore more damaging to the environment? At least with paper at normal prices it has a remote chance of being from sustainable forests and people will also use it more sparingly?

Packaging it the worst. Was it really necessary to wrap paper with more paper. Think of the children.
1 Like #33
Not to mention all the greenhouse gases emitted chasing the geese!
#34
£50 at Chingford store
1 Like #35
mmachine
which local sainsburys was that at
the one nearest to him.
#36
its gotten hot in here...8)
#37
very good price, both of my local stores are out stock.
#38
Sqsq

Packaging it the worst. Was it really necessary to wrap paper with more paper. Think of the children.

The kids don't need wrapping yet. At least wait until the tree is up :{
1 Like #39
loads left at Leeds moor Allerton on shelf and by checkouts.
#40
thanks, that's the christmas presents sorted. paper plans for all!

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