VERBATIM DVD-R 16X Recordable DVDs - 50 Pack £7.49 @ PC World & Currys (Via Collect At Store or delivered free) + 4% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Been looking around for a good deal on blank dvd's and have come across these. You can get the 50 pack for £7.49 via collect at store or delivered free online, as the instore price is a ridiculous £18.99!!! With PC World & Curry's you can reserve and pickup immediately rather than waiting for them to be delivered by Dixons.

The same deal is on at Curry's and Dixon's, as all 3 companies are part of the DSGi group.

Last time i saw these 50 packs at <£8 were at sainsburys a few months ago. Just reserved a pack to pickup today.
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#1
They've been this price for a while now - but it's still a good deal. :thumbsup:
Posted here as a deal at dixons http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/664040/verbatim-dvd-r-16x-recordable-dvds-
#2
Thanks, ordered a couple to collect in store now........off to pcworld.
#3
Where can I get it cheaper?
#4
fullmoon
Where can I get it cheaper?


I have looked online and couldn't see the 50 pack cheaper. They tend to be £9>
#5
Just got a pack of 50 from Currys and burning a film as i speak. The packaging says 16X and the film is burning at 18X Wierd
#6
yeah, i did this yesterday - couldn't believe the instore price! Actually all their prices instore seemed a bit ridiculous!
#7
Wow, I just cleared the Bedford store out of it's entire stock of 1 pack :lol:

Dunno if I can be bothered to go there for 1 measly pack.
#8
There's always a PC World and Currys next door to each other, so reserve a pack in each store, just incase one of the store don't have it even though you were able to reserve one. I say this because i went to the PC World i reserved at and they didn't have the packs in stock. So luckily i reserved a pack in the Currys next door and they had it.
#9
rimz790
There's always a PC World and Currys next door to each other, so reserve a pack in each store, just incase one of the store don't have it even though you were able to reserve one. I say this because i went to the PC World i reserved at and they didn't have the packs in stock. So luckily i reserved a pack in the Currys next door and they had it.


Currys next door to PC World Bedford don't have any.
#10
Got these for about £7.49 last time
Instore price was £18.99
#11
fowler909
yeah, i did this yesterday - couldn't believe the instore price! Actually all their prices instore seemed a bit ridiculous!


Good price for quality disc's

Heres a good one-nearly £30 for a usb lead ::o

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/belkin-pro-series-a-to-b-usb-2-0-device-cable-5m-00773045-pdt.html
#12
andybrock
Good price for quality disc's

Heres a good one-nearly £30 for a usb lead ::o

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/belkin-pro-series-a-to-b-usb-2-0-device-cable-5m-00773045-pdt.html


iv seen these in currys bargain baskets before for 97p
#13
andybrock
Good price for quality disc's

Heres a good one-nearly £30 for a usb lead ::o

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/belkin-pro-series-a-to-b-usb-2-0-device-cable-5m-00773045-pdt.html


Nah, the best one was the 3 pack of USB leads that were in HomeBargains for 99p. Suddenly, exactly the same ones popped up in PC World, slightly more expensive, at £44.99!
#15
Thanks - just ordered two packs
#16
already posted - about 50 times now
#17
Could not remember if it is the DVD +R or DVD -R but one of them when I used to transfer some of our personal videos and photos would not open on ordinary DVD player. I took a copy abroad and it does not work as well,, could you tell me if it is the + or the -, thanks.
#18
mrsbudget
Could not remember if it is the DVD +R or DVD -R but one of them when I used to transfer some of our personal videos and photos would not open on ordinary DVD player. I took a copy abroad and it does not work as well,, could you tell me if it is the + or the -, thanks.


The 'minus' format is more compatible with older/newer dvd players...as far as im aware of :p
#19
mrsbudget
Could not remember if it is the DVD +R or DVD -R but one of them when I used to transfer some of our personal videos and photos would not open on ordinary DVD player. I took a copy abroad and it does not work as well,, could you tell me if it is the + or the -, thanks.


It sounds like you didn't make the disc properly, both should have worked.
#20
mrsbudget
Could not remember if it is the DVD +R or DVD -R but one of them when I used to transfer some of our personal videos and photos would not open on ordinary DVD player. I took a copy abroad and it does not work as well,, could you tell me if it is the + or the -, thanks.


Depends on the DVD player, DVD-R is generally the standard as far as I know, but most (or at least many) DVD players play both DVD+R and DVD-R, I haven't owned a DVD player that doesn't do both.

If you have a manual for your DVD player, or box, it will probably tell you. Small chance of it being printed on the front of the DVD player on the disc tray too I think.
#21
HI, guys,,thanks to all your advise,,probably the problem is me....I'll just buy the - R and hope for the best,,thnks all!!
#22
Nice one. Back in stock for free home delivery, saving me sitting in a stinking hot car in traffic. *thumbs up*.
#23
DVD+R version is £9.28 .... gits!

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/verbatim-16x-speed-dvd-r-matte-silver-blank-dvds-50-disc-spindle-00776496-pdt.html
and the currys link for the +R's
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/verbatim-16x-speed-dvd-r-matte-silver-blank-dvds-50-disc-spindle-00776496-pdt.html

I think i'll order for home delivery, screw it i'll get the price difference back in saved fuel costs LOL

and i think it is the DVD+R's that were more ccompatible with stand alone DVD players, especially if you set the bookmark typ to DVD ROM in your software, this will make the disc appear to be a regular DVD that you buy ;)

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