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50 Blank DVD-Rs in Cakebox for just £5.99.......BARGAIN!!!! (£9.51 inc delivery)
50 Blank DVD-Rs in Cakebox for just £5.99.......BARGAIN!!!! (£9.51 inc delivery)

50 Blank DVD-Rs in Cakebox for just £5.99.......BARGAIN!!!! (£9.51 inc delivery)

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Grab yourself 50 Retrodisk Blank DVD-R (8x) Disks for just £5.99!!!

(that works out at a poxy 12p per disk!!!!)

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£9.51 inc delivery

12p a disc not really a bargain even before delivery.

I wish they wouldn't call it a cake box. I'm always dissapointed when I get to the bottom and theres been no buns

Yes, we try to include the delivery price in all of the posts - it gives an accurate reflection of how much you will pay. Some companies have unrealistic delilvery charge, which makes a Hot Deal not so Hot after all...

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Whoops!!! SORRY

Although saying that....the deal below which is still £3 dearer is getting HOT marks:???:

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Artemis

12p a disc not really a bargain even before delivery.




WOW....if £5.99 for 50 DVD disks isnt a bargain before delivery then can you please let me know where you are getting them cheaper....as i will be buying a lorry load!!!;-)

I just went into my local currys digital direct formerly dixons and found the disks imitation on sale at £4.97 pack of 50 + 17 free total 67 discs for £4.97 absoloute bargain.
THE MAKE OF disc is imitation 8 x compatible

spenspuma

WOW....if £5.99 for 50 DVD disks isnt a bargain before delivery then can … WOW....if £5.99 for 50 DVD disks isnt a bargain before delivery then can you please let me know where you are getting them cheaper....as i will be buying a lorry load!!!;-)



I meant that 12p a disc is not uncommon for cheapy dvdrs before postage. It's the postage that then makes a difference.

I wouldn't buy cheapy ones anyway to be honest. Offers on blank media are so often these days might as well wait for the next one on top quality discs.

Spenspuma,

Overall, the deal is good. Some of us (inc me) have grabbed 50 DVD-RW Pack for £4.99 from PCWorld recently. So, a comparision is inevitable :grin:

dvd-r or rw?

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You just cant beat that can you!!!..although it would be interesting to know what dye they are using on them disks and how stable they are...ie how many coasters per pack.

But still.....its great value either way.:thumbsup:

spenspuma please check your PMs about the whiskas deal
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