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Any good deals on dual layer disks around?

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Found 3rd Oct 2008
I've always used Verbatim but i've recently been using the newer Aones which have been faultless.

Verbs are £11.99 for 10 on Play and i've been getting them from there.

Anyone know of any good deals on 10/25 packs on either of these or care to recommend another brand?

Cheers!

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Be careful with Aone discs as i think they are using a new dye on their newer discs, i've been getting loads of coasters recently with them. No problems with Verbs though, and you can use Pc Worlds price match to get them for £11.19 :thumbsup:

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Beefnoodlez;3112642

use Pc Worlds price match to get them for £11.19 :thumbsup:



Thats some good thinking, as long as they have them in the shop i suppose

I just print out the listing from Play and take it in yes?



I'd still like something a bit cheaper though if possible

Yeah just print out the listing, though to be honest everytime i've done it they have just pulled up the play.com site on their till and gone from there..

Infiniti disks are the cheapest (but they suck) followed by Aone as you know. As i said Verbs are by far the most reliable but are twice the price of Aone's. It depends what you want them for i suppose..

In fact Pc World have put their price up to 24.99, which makes them £10.69 after price match with play ..now thats value! :-D

what about these? read the reviews good for making backups

ebuyer.com/pro…ews

hope it helps

Chuckles1001;3113326

what about these? read the reviews good for making … what about these? read the reviews good for making backupshttp://www.ebuyer.com/product/125847/show_product_reviewshope it helps




Come to £6.35 inc delivery.. cheaper on the bay, and they are the Aone ones mentioned in Op's Post.. ;-)
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