Free 'Bourne Ultimatum' Memory stick with NOTW next Sunday 12/08/07 (85p purchase) - HotUKDeals
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Free memory stick (unknown size - guess 32/64MB at best) with 85p NOTW purchase next sunday 12/08/07

It's not only Jason Bourne whose searching for memory....

Get your FREE Bourne Ultimatum memory stick only with next Sunday's News of the World. Find your FREE USB memory stick and gain access to interviews, exclusive clips and loads more from the new Bourne Ultimatum film. PLUS, you can store your own favourite files, music and photos with this amazing giveaway!

Matt Damon returns as the trained assassin Jason Bourne for the latest showdown in The Bourne Ultimatum. All he wanted was to disappear. Instead, Jason Bourne is now hunted by the people who made him what he is. Having lost his memory and the one person he loved, he is undeterred by the barrage of bullets and a new generation of highly-trained killers. Bourne has only one objective: to go back to the beginning and find out who he was.

Now, in the new chapter of this espionage series, Bourne will hunt down his past in order to find a future. He must travel from Moscow, Paris and London to Tangier and New York City as he continues his quest to find the real Jason Bourneall the while trying to outmanoeuvre the scores of cops, federal officers and Interpol agents with him in their crosshairs

Don't miss this never seen before offer - only with next Sunday's News of the World.

Instant redeem at WHS ith

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#1
So this is for next News of the World. I hope the memory stick has a good amount of memory.
#2
voted hot, but it wont be more than 128mb lol , probably less than that. It's still good though for people just tranferring word docs etc., unless they're bigger word docs, then it's not any use at all...
#3
Excellent, I like offers like this. HOT HOT HOT
#4
It'll be nigh on useless.
#5
I'm sure someone in my office will find it useful for taking some word docs home. Worth it if you're actually buying the paper to read.
#6
As long as you buy from/have access to a WH Smith to get the stick
#7
PoisonJam
I'm sure someone in my office will find it useful for taking some word docs home. Worth it if you're actually buying the paper to read.


who the hell reads the news of the world though?
#8
I'm not even sure my local WH Smiths is open on a sunday....
#9
Any idea if it's IN the paper or you have to send a token away?
#10
Voted HOT as it's something for nothing therefore could be a good deal for the right person or anyone interested in the movie however I personally think that giving these kind of things away just causes a huge environmental waste. They're only little but it's a piece of hardware taking up space and I bet 90% of those people that get one don't use it after the first week they get it (unless its a fair size). I feel the same way about free DVD's and CD's too. I don't think many people use them - they just come with the paper. You can recycle a newspaper fairly easily but not the junk that comes with them. Anyway Ill stop now as im whingeing on! Lol! Still HOT deal wise.
#11
I wanna know who the hell wants to buy the NOTW just to get 64mb of memory? I've given away MSDs bigger than that. Not worth the trip to WH Smith IMO.
#12
ThunderBolt
Any idea if it's IN the paper or you have to send a token away?


it's a token in the paper which can be redeemed at W H Smith for the stuff, no mention if you can also send away
#13
pinkleponkle
It'll be nigh on useless.


I somtimes struggle to understand the attitude of some people to something that is free. If it doesn't warrant the petrol or leg power to arrive at WHSmith's IN YOUR OPINION then great, fine, spectacular but personally I need one at work to transfer files to and from home and these are generally word docs or excel spreadsheets.

I was looking to buy a 1gb+ but now I think I will buy an 85p paper and also see what Paris Hilton is wearing this week...:giggle:
#14
"Find your FREE USB memory stick and gain access to interviews, exclusive clips and loads more from the new Bourne Ultimatum film"

If these items are contained on the stick (rather than a shortcut to a webpage) then this must be of a certain size for the video files at least..
#15
Possible ebay potential...
#16
h2w
Possible ebay potential...


.............Might just get 85p back if its a 32mb........
#17
Ideal for file recovery software that you can run straight from the stick! Ive got a full set on a 64mb stick and they work a treat!
#18
Saw this at 7am this morning, ....good deal but the memory will probably be naff, id rather use the sd card on my n95 to store things.....:thumbsup:...well posted
#19
h2w
Possible ebay potential...


For those of us who sell the mags on eBay!!
#20
Oh, totally useless no doubt, what with all those 8 Gig Word DOCS and 3 Terabyte JPEGs you get nowadays :whistling:
1 Like #21
if nothing else it can be used to store all your mobile phone address book via blue tooth to your pc and then onto the usb.

it could also be used as your emergency boot disk instead of having 4 or more floppy disks that can get damaged or warped, save your bootup to this instead.

as mentioned, for word document transfer from work/ library to home computer.

there we go, just 3 ideas of what this FREE data usb stick can be used for.

what are people expecting for free? 2 gig usb drive? well that is why they are still £10.
#22
[SIZE=2]the disk may have partitions, which you may not be able to delete, like the 1gb and 64meg sticks recently mentioned in here (cant remember the brand and whom the offer was from). ... worth the risk for 0.85p[/SIZE]
#23
Nice deal for 85p!
#24
As an earlier poster pointed out - with video clips etc (which are memory hungry) there must be at least a fair size of storage on these devices.

For 85 pence I can't see how one can go wrong. Use the paper to soak up the spilled G&T and format the USB stick. Keep it in your pocket and you never know when you might be in a mate's house & want to put something on the stick that the missus would not like to see on the home 'puter ;-)
#25
How many are each store getting though, many times i have been for these offers to find the store no longer has stock as they received a silly number that wasn't even enough for the papers they had in the shop.
#26
newbie1001
How many are each store getting though, many times i have been for these offers to find the store no longer has stock as they received a silly number that wasn't even enough for the papers they had in the shop.


the lesson learned there would be
get there earlier then.
;-)
#27
Why is the assumption being made that these will be resusable? I would highly expect that these files stored on the drive will not be deleted with any particular ease, if not at all. The disk might be like 8MB! But I would expect it would have a measure in place to stop people from just simply deleting the content. Don't forget that these are being used to promote the film and I very much doubt you will get any use from this drive
#28
Daz333
Why is the assumption being made that these will be resusable? I would highly expect that these files stored on the drive will not be deleted with any particular ease, if not at all. The disk might be like 8MB! But I would expect it would have a measure in place to stop people from just simply deleting the content. Don't forget that these are being used to promote the film and I very much doubt you will get any use from this drive


A Read-Only Memory Stick, I very much doubt it, you'll be able to format the stick as you want.

I predict it will all be fine, and either a 64MB or 128MB stick. No supplier will do anything smaller than these nowadays, these only cost pence to make now!
#29
should this thread be called?
think of 101 ways to what you canuse a memory stick for. you can get free with NOTW
#30
brandedcentaur
As an earlier poster pointed out - with video clips etc (which are memory hungry) there must be at least a fair size of storage on these devices.

For 85 pence I can't see how one can go wrong. Use the paper to soak up the spilled G&T and format the USB stick. Keep it in your pocket and you never know when you might be in a mate's house & want to put something on the stick that the missus would not like to see on the home 'puter ;-)


Hi,
On a similar Keane USB single, a 512MB mem stick had the mp3, video and odd bits and pieces and still about 200MB free (If i remember rightly).

I'd assume the minimum size would be 128MB (Probably a 256MB- Remember flash memory prices have dropped a lot so this isn't unlikely).

Because any smaller and the quality will be awful. The idea of the memory sticks is to promote the movie, so if the quality is awful it'd put you off.

Also these will be rewritable like almost all USB Memory sticks. They should just be able to be formatted (Wiped) and then you can put all your information on it.
#31
Obviously the problem here is you have to make yourself look like a paedo hunting vigilante tool when you go any buy the paper... worth the memory stick? voted warm.
#32
Daz333
Why is the assumption being made that these will be resusable? I would highly expect that these files stored on the drive will not be deleted with any particular ease, if not at all. The disk might be like 8MB! But I would expect it would have a measure in place to stop people from just simply deleting the content. Don't forget that these are being used to promote the film and I very much doubt you will get any use from this drive


If they wanted to have undeleteable files they would have simply used CD/DVD as a media instead. Waay cheaper. :?
Don;t know about anybody else on here, but i've never seen a unwritable usb stick in my life. :roll:
#33
Had a free 64Mb usb stick with a poker magazine, shows up as 56Mb when formatted, but part of the stick shows up as read-only cd which cannot be formatted, and autoloads up betfair.com internet page everytime you plug it in!
#34
blueladd
Had a free 64Mb usb stick with a poker magazine, shows up as 56Mb when formatted, but part of the stick shows up as read-only cd which cannot be formatted, and autoloads up betfair.com internet page everytime you plug it in!


Like those U3 sticks heh?
#35
"PLUS, you can store your own favourite files, music and photos with this amazing giveaway" says to me there'll be at least a partition on it that's relatively useable.

Anybody else find it ironic that Bourne lost his memory 8-)

*gets coat*
suspended#36
its not on till Sunday - unless you've already gone out as you posted 2hrs ago
#37
Advert

Instant redeem at WHSmiths
#38
Still around.. thanks to zappp64 for the reminder :)
#39
Hi Folks, I spoke to a mate who works for WH Smith and he gave me one of these. They received a few hundred Memory Sticks at his store today. I loaded one before they are 32mb (31mb after formatting). They only contain a shortcut to a Bourne Ultimatum site (Which is Not Active yet). You can only store about 3 songs or 12 Photos on them. They do look good though.

Hope this helps someone.

[COLOR="Navy"]The site the Memory Stick takes you to is now active and enter code 160807
http://www.lovefilm.com/bourne/[/COLOR]
#40
Nexter
Hi Folks, I spoke to a mate who works for WH Smith and he gave me one of these. They received a few hundred Memory Sticks at his store today. I loaded one before they are 32mb (31mb after formatting). They only contain a shortcut to a Bourne Ultimatum site (Which is Not Active yet). You can only store about 3 songs or 12 Photos on them. They do look good though.

Hope this helps someone.

32MB? Have to make the effort to get one then:p

Seriously, this sort of size is excellent (with an encryption program) for storing bank details etc:thumbsup:

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