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printer paper 80gsm £2 instore @ ASDA
printer paper 80gsm £2 instore @ ASDA

printer paper 80gsm £2 instore @ ASDA

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Cheap printer paper. 80gsm

Spotted on a pallet instore at asda toryglen

Standard 500 pieces of paper per ream.

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As a pedant, I must tell you that it's 80gsm, not 80gms. gsm stands for "grams per square metre" - a measure of grammage, thickness, or 'weight' of the paper... en.wikipedia.org/wik…age

A bargain nevertheless - heat added.

just seen in broadstairs

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Thanks for the correction XT660z.

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xt66oz don't be an anorak please

congrevecv

xt66oz don't be an anorak please


If paper were the most important thing in your life, then this would be a very important point. On the subject of anorak-like pedantry, the 5th character of my username is a zero, not the letter 'o'. But you knew that didn't you... you were just testing me :-)

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i remember back in the day when this site actually found and got people cheap sh*t with codes and cheats etc, now it's just copy and paste what everyone already knows and you get heat for being the first **** to post it....i believe this is my Que......

XT660Z

If paper were the most important thing in your life, then this would be a … If paper were the most important thing in your life, then this would be a very important point. On the subject of anorak-like pedantry, the 5th character of my username is a zero, not the letter 'o'. But you knew that didn't you... you were just testing me :-)



I thought oz at the end of your username means ounce (oz). Ha ha ha X) X) X)

Poundland also doing cheap paper at the moment, £2 for a ream with any purchase, only 75gsm.

Anyone know a good regular source of cheap paper like this?
Edited by: "gerard1983" 11th Aug 2016

Original Poster

Costco do a box of paper (5 reams of 90gsm) for £10ish. Only on offer this month though.

Just buy enough paper to last you 3-6 months. I am pretty sure paper deals come around regularly

***XT660Z*** What I'm trying to convey to you is, the purpose of the forum is to publicize details of bargains

Empathizing peoples spelling mistakes offends some that they might be put off.

We are not here to improve literacy skills, that is called 'Mind your language'

Most of us here have the wit to for example go to our local Asda, approach one of the staff, and say 'I understand that you have some £2 printer paper, can you show me where it is please?', then take it from there.

If paper were the most important thing in your life, then you need to get out more and meet people

congrevecv

***XT660Z*** What I'm trying to convey to you is, the purpose of the … ***XT660Z*** What I'm trying to convey to you is, the purpose of the forum is to publicize details of bargainsEmpathizing peoples spelling mistakes offends some that they might be put off.We are not here to improve literacy skills, that is called 'Mind your language'Most of us here have the wit to for example go to our local Asda, approach one of the staff, and say 'I understand that you have some £2 printer paper, can you show me where it is please?', then take it from there.If paper were the most important thing in your life, then you need to get out more and meet people


You are not wrong and I totally agree that the site is for conveying information about 'hot deals' in the UK. Everybody is entitled to make mistakes without them being empathized - I was just having some friendly banter to lighten the drudgery of my paper-filled life ;-) Don't take it all too seriously.

I have very little empathy for people who use written English incorrectly.

bigsky what is it like on planet perfect, lonely I imagine?

It's at 50p at sainsbury
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