Fujifilm A4 Quality Multijet Photo Paper (40 Sheets) £3.84 (or less) @ WH Smith
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Fujifilm A4 Quality Multijet Photo Paper (40 Sheets) £3.84 (or less) @ WH Smith

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Found 23rd Aug 2008
Good quality inkjet photo paper (instant drying, waterproof, glossy finish, 180gm) heavily reduced in Wh Smith clearance section.

Free delivery to local store or home/work address

About £8 elsewhere I think (e.g. Eurooffice)...seems like a good deal to me to blow up some nice holiday snaps

As always, Quidco too...

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About the same price at Tesco instore - my other half picked up a pack of this and 100 sheets of the same in 6x4 at £3.97 each last week.

That's 6x4 though. What if you want A4?? Good deal, voted hot.

andreahh24;2806923

That's 6x4 though. What if you want A4?? Good deal, voted hot.


No - he picked up a pack of this (ie the A4 paper in the title) AND a pack of 6x4 at £3.97 each!

Printing pictures at home is expensive and a waste of money- I get all my prints done on-line for cheaper than I can buy the paper alone and the quality is so much better- developed on proper Fuji film photo paper using laser 'negatives'

Original Poster

This stuff is £3.97 at Tesco (exc delivery) direct.tesco.com/q/R…spx ....still it's cheaper at WH Smith though + free delivery...just not as much of a bargain as I first thought when I checked in Google.

goliath;2807685

Printing pictures at home is expensive and a waste of money- I get all my … Printing pictures at home is expensive and a waste of money- I get all my prints done on-line for cheaper than I can buy the paper alone and the quality is so much better- developed on proper Fuji film photo paper using laser 'negatives'



No its not expensive, if i want to print off a few photo's it will work out alot cheaper to print off at home and i can have them instantly.

If you are printin off a load of photos then i agree

deanos;2812628

No its not expensive, if i want to print off a few photo's it will work … No its not expensive, if i want to print off a few photo's it will work out alot cheaper to print off at home and i can have them instantly.If you are printin off a load of photos then i agree



I can get a 10x8 print online done for 99p on Fuji Crystal Archive photo paper. You decided which is better- your cheap photo printer and expensive ink or a £80,000+ laser processing machine that exposes and develops the image onto proper light sensitive photo paper.

If it's a photo you like and want to show off- then there's no comparison

Did i say that printing at home would be better ?

If you care to read it again i said its not expensive at home if you are printing off a few and you can print them off instantly which you cant do with online ordering :whistling:
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