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Tesco CD-R 500Pk 10p a cd
Tesco CD-R 500Pk  10p a cd

Tesco CD-R 500Pk 10p a cd

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Tesco CD-R 500Pk 10p a cd

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Not that cheap for cdrs these days - sorry. The £80rrp is a joke!

TBH your paying £50 which is a lot for CD's but you do get 500 and that I think is too many. In Poundland you get 8CD's for a pound meanings its only 0.12p each and in other places online they sell 50 pack of CD's for £5.99 which is like 11p each.

Banned

This is a better deal at £52.45 for 600 delivered or £51.98 if you email and mention you want hotukdeals rate. They seem to be reliable as well

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All said and done your deal is not too bad though

Price is so-so but ive heard the discs will not burn consistently at higher than 16X which is a joke these days I burn all my cd's at 42X with very,very few fails which are 9 times out of ten due to something else like picking fluff up on the disc or leaving my big fat thumb print there.

Yeah, price is good but I'd rather spend a little more and get a known brand plus that's 500 CDs you have to store until you get through them. I'd rather buy cakes of 100 and use them if needed. I suppose this is a good deal for pirates

Luckily I stocked up when Tesco were doing 5 CD-R packs for 1p

PoisonJam

... I suppose this is a good deal for pirates


Arrr 'tis that, Jam me lad :w00t:

I remember buying cd's at £39 each quite a few years ago. Then they were single speed and if you lost one due to a bad burn the language could be heard miles away.

davelfc

I remember buying cd's at £39 each quite a few years ago. Then they were … I remember buying cd's at £39 each quite a few years ago. Then they were single speed and if you lost one due to a bad burn the language could be heard miles away.



£39 each!! Go fishing often. What was the size of the one that got away?

£39? When was that?
I got my first 2X burner in 1997. Discs were a pound each

Original Poster

its not best deal i know i just wanted to show i think its funny teco want us all to go copy some cds

you can get them sent to your local resco so i am told so u then get free p&p woo

ah well


scooter

Original Poster

oh and when i got my fisrt cdrw a ricoh one speed scsi cds where about £5 each

and the cdrw was about £500 or more and you then had to set up the scsi adapter and all the crap u had to deal with lol

scooter

davelfc

I remember buying cd's at £39 each quite a few years ago. Then they were … I remember buying cd's at £39 each quite a few years ago. Then they were single speed and if you lost one due to a bad burn the language could be heard miles away.



yer baws, I bought my 1st burner in 1993, it was 1x and cost £500 and the blanks were a fiver :whistling:

scooter

oh and when i got my fisrt cdrw a ricoh one speed scsi cds where … oh and when i got my fisrt cdrw a ricoh one speed scsi cds where about £5 each and the cdrw was about £500 or more and you then had to set up the scsi adapter and all the crap u had to deal with lol scooter


I had the Ricoh 2x external SCSI writer back in the days, cost me about £300. 30+mins to burn a disc
Software such as CDRWin, Discjuggler and EasyCD Creator were the popular ones

scooter

you can get them sent to your local resco so i am told so u then get … you can get them sent to your local resco so i am told so u then get free p&p woo



Scooby-Doo?

Original Poster

where are you ??




well looks like where haveing a cold one lol


scooter

I remember a fiver a disk on scsi yamaha writer
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