Tesco DVD+R & DVD-R - £4.97 for pack of 50 @ tesco !
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Tesco DVD+R & DVD-R - £4.97 for pack of 50 @ tesco !

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Found 7th Nov 2009Made hot 18th Nov 2009
Tesco brand 50 DVD+ & - R Half price £4.97 , I have used these and they are fine, usually £9.97.
Not too sure if it is just an in store promotion or is online as well.

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Price & retailers name in the title pls....

Bought these they came up at £8.99 and they wouldn't change the price when told different on shelf told them to keep them lol.

Might be worth a gamble at a fiver. If anyone knows the maker or dye info that'd help as well.

Thanking thee very much!!!

they are normally a ume code so dont expect data to stay on the disc for long:p

wellsy1981;6812118

they are normally a ume code so dont expect data to stay on the disc for … they are normally a ume code so dont expect data to stay on the disc for long:p


Ta for the pointer... :thumbsup:

ume codes seem to be Hong Kong if that helps anyone.

Original Poster

I have used these discs for years and never had any trouble with them losing data or any issues when burning. can highly recommend them at that price and posted it last week.

nunny53;6931116

I have used these discs for years and never had any trouble with them … I have used these discs for years and never had any trouble with them losing data or any issues when burning. can highly recommend them at that price and posted it last week.



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I'm sure the dye can be important, I'm sure the quality does count at some point - but I've been using Tesco dvd-r discs for about 5 years and have never had a problem, and sill play the movies recorded on the the 5 year old discs. They might not last 100 years, but then again, neither will I.
At some point discs will die out (pardon the pun), I've already got half my movies in file format on either a PS3 or NAS, so does it really matter if these don't have the very best quality. I'd be surprised if they didn't last longer than you need them to.

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+2I'm sure the dye can be important, I'm sure the quality does count at … +2I'm sure the dye can be important, I'm sure the quality does count at some point - but I've been using Tesco dvd-r discs for about 5 years and have never had a problem, and sill play the movies recorded on the the 5 year old discs. They might not last 100 years, but then again, neither will I.At some point discs will die out (pardon the pun), I've already got half my movies in file format on either a PS3 or NAS, so does it really matter if these don't have the very best quality. I'd be surprised if they didn't last longer than you need them to.



If you're interested you can download the free program 'DVD Identifier' and tell us all what dye and manufacturers info you get from these: dvd.identifier.cdfreaks.com/

50 x Kodak ones (DVD +R/-R) at this price in Tesco, Great Horton Road, Bradford.

^ actually, they're priced at £4.48

No problem:
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Unique Disc Identifier : [DVD-R:UME02]
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Disc & Book Type : [DVD-R] - [DVD-R]
Manufacturer Name : [Ume Disc Manufacturing Ltd.]
Manufacturer ID : [UME02]
Blank Disc Capacity : [2,298,496 Sectors = 4.71 GB (4.38 GiB)]
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[ DVD Identifier V5.2.0 - dvd.identifier.cdfreaks.com ]
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Bought 4 packs of the Kodak branded DVD+R, this morning in Tesco's Neasden, bargain @ £4.48 each. There were about 10 more packs on the shelf at 8.30am if anyone is interested.

Can't be all Tesco branches as none of these were on offer at Tesco Purley yesterday. The spindles of 50 were all their usual price...

Cheapest they had at my local Tesco was Tesco brand 50x DVD-Rs for £8.97.

Just got 2 of these Kodak DVD-R 50 pks for £4.48 at Tesco Ponders End. There was no DVD+Rs left, and there was only one left of the DVD-R 50pks on the shelf. I think now I should have got it but can't be arsed going all the way back there. Code is UME02.

They were hidden away sneakly on the far end of the isle btw, not with the main dvds I thought for a minute there was no decent offers on!

DVD+R's should be AML 002 MID

Not bad discs, not had any issue burning them, but wouldn't store any important data on them :thumbsup:

Tried one of the big local branches and only had the Sony 50 CD-R or DVD-R or +R for about £13 (can't remember the exact price).
They also had the Maxwell DVD-R 25pack for £4.97 But no Maxwell 50packs :x. and tesco cd-r 25 pack for £3.47 same as website.

charlie brown

(still voted hot for those who can get them).

I checked the Tesco in Newcastle and the DVD's are £4.97 for 25 not 50
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