In Store - 500 Sheet 75gsm  ALDI Photocopy/Printer A4 Paper £0.49 Poynton
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In Store - 500 Sheet 75gsm ALDI Photocopy/Printer A4 Paper £0.49 Poynton

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LocalFound 16th Jan 2017
Not sure if it's local or national but there is at least 50 packets at Poynton for 49p
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Nice deal, I bought a lot when it was in Sainsbury's for 50p. Will check local thanks
good find op, heat added
excellent price
80g is better quality, but this is a great price for 75g paper.
anyone know if it's national please?
Some NHS Trusts pay out £25 for a pack of this stuff under PFI. Crazy.
simont_space

Some NHS Trusts pay out £25 for a pack of this stuff under PFI. Crazy.


complete and utter nonesense
Picard123

80g is better quality, but this is a great price for 75g paper.


Not quite true.

80gsm is heavier than 75gsm (not that you'd notice without measuring equipment), but the quality is a totally different issue. I sell paper of all grades and the quality is usually (but not always) reflected in the price and not the weight

This will probably be perfectly good for most low-use home users, but I wouldn't recommend a really low cost budget paper for a business.
Picard123

80g is better quality, but this is a great price for 75g paper.



​this is a great price for any weight of paper
yok0ross

complete and utter nonesense



Course it is. That's why the NHS owes £200b+ on PFI contracts, buildings and services ie Hospitals and the supply of such things as lightbulbs, paper etc. to run them.

Those not having to use PFI providers pay anything between £2 and £6 for the same thing. Massive waste.
simont_space

Some NHS Trusts pay out £25 for a pack of this stuff under PFI. Crazy.


Wait until you hear about the price of a light bulb & how much they charge to replace the old one.
anyone found out if its national?
Holy sheet... what a deal!
tepbloke

Not quite true.80gsm is heavier than 75gsm (not that you'd notice without … Not quite true.80gsm is heavier than 75gsm (not that you'd notice without measuring equipment), but the quality is a totally different issue. I sell paper of all grades and the quality is usually (but not always) reflected in the price and not the weight :)This will probably be perfectly good for most low-use home users, but I wouldn't recommend a really low cost budget paper for a business.



You don't work for Wernham Hogg do you? (_;)
thanks for this i'll have a look in my local
tracing paper?
simont_space

Some NHS Trusts pay out £25 for a pack of this stuff under PFI. Crazy.



I work for a Photo-Me store within an Asda and to order a 100pk of DVD-R's from our Supplier is £26 and yet they cost half of that if they was to buy them from ASDA.
Picard123

You don't work for Wernham Hogg do you? (_;)



Worse than that - it's my company oO
They don't sell printing paper where i live
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