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Tesco DVD-RW and DVD+RW rewritable discs £5.97 for a pack of ten
Tesco DVD-RW and DVD+RW rewritable discs £5.97 for a pack of ten

Tesco DVD-RW and DVD+RW rewritable discs £5.97 for a pack of ten

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Tesco appear to be discontinuing their packs of 10 discs and have reduced the price to £5.97. This deal is available on-line and in-store. The in-store purchase makes more sense as better prices are available from the likes of Play.

If you need discs this weekend, this could be the best option for you.

Discs I bought are DVD-RW made by INFOMEDIA A20.

(Link to page so you can examine the good before going out in the rain.)

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I have literally just ordered a dvd recorder and my next step was to order some discs!!

Seems like a good buy to me, but I am not sure of the average price for these.

Also have a look on Tesco site there are Tesco DVD-RW 50 pack for only £ 17.97 Don't know if these are instore too ????

Way overpriced ! can get blank DVD's for around £8 for 50

fatabelly;2359465

Way overpriced ! can get blank DVD's for around £8 for 50



Are they rewriteable ones though ??

fatabelly;2359465

Way overpriced ! can get blank DVD's for around £8 for 50



Why not share the info then?

I've found that brand DVDRs are more reliable than the cheaper alternatives though. Cheaper ones do make nice coasters though ;-)

mminghella;2359488

Why not share the info then?I've found that brand DVDRs are more reliable … Why not share the info then?I've found that brand DVDRs are more reliable than the cheaper alternatives though. Cheaper ones do make nice coasters though ;-)



I suppose it depends on your writer / firmware updates etc. I havnae had a coaster in awhile, and I go through many hundreds of discs.:roll:

Original Poster

REMEMBER these are re-writable discs and can be picked up from your local Tesco store.

(What do you mean? Everyone has a local Tesco.)

AnneJones;2359411

I have literally just ordered a dvd recorder and my next step was to … I have literally just ordered a dvd recorder and my next step was to order some discs!! Seems like a good buy to me, but I am not sure of the average price for these.



I would pay the extra and go for a brand name, I found the saying buy cheap buy twice to be true especially with re-writable discs & dvd recorders.

I haven't used the Tesco DVD-RW, but I have used their own-brand DVD-Rs and found them to be very reliable. At least as good as many of the so-called premium brands.

AnneJones;2359411

I have literally just ordered a dvd recorder and my next step was to … I have literally just ordered a dvd recorder and my next step was to order some discs!! Seems like a good buy to me, but I am not sure of the average price for these.



Just be aware - I've tried Tesco own brand in 3 different DVD recorders Philips/Ellion and Goodmans and none would recognise them. Strangely though they work in my PC on a Lite-on drive???? :? Of course it just might be a duff batch.but Verbatim/Philips and Fuji ones all worked first time on the same machines.

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i pay £13 for a 100 at bescot market, walsall on sundays

The DVD+RW blank discs which will format are o.k.,but on my Panasonic dvd recorder some 25 % will not format despite several attempts,and are therefore unuseable!,it is very hit and miss and presume it must be the disc quality,as Sony blank media format without constant failures.Whilst the Tesco price of £10 for a pack of 25 may seem appealing,the frustration and time wasted in trying to format them without success is extreemly disappointing.
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