Anyone wanting CD-Rs might want to drop into the local Staples. Mine has loads of Extra Protection Made in Japan. These we know are TYs so worth getting , even at Â£11.99 for 50.
Ive seen these on clearance in Sainsburys many times at Â£6.99 for 50.
I think it really depends on the Sainsbury you use as my local ones on ever seem to have Sony.
Yep, my local Staples (Ashton, Bristol) has a shedload of them too. Agreed about them being worth getting despite the price.
I have two 50 cakeboxes in my closet, might treat myself to a couple more after my virus/bug thing has cleared up.
Huh? Your discs are infected by bugs? But I thought the coconut smell would keep them away :bigsmile:
LOOOOOOL :bigsmile:...no, not the discs, me ...mind you, sounds like I should have doused myself with coconut if it would have kept it away :bigsmile:
Yes, shedloads of these over here too for â‚¬9,99=Â£6.60 (but only since a couple of months). Take care, A. :flower:
I can get them for Â£9 from somewhere i know. Have two full unopened spindles and one spindle with about 10 left.
I saw shelves full of these last week in my local "EL Giganten". Since the price is 299 DKK (â‚¬40) for a 50pc cakebox, I wasn't really tempted to buy any.
So what's 299 DKK in quids (Â£), for those of us too lazy to run a conversion? :flower:
App 27 Â£ :eek: Denmark is such a bad place to hunt media even if the price DM mention is much lower than last time i checked
27 quid, that sounds like crazy talk.
Damn! :eek: :eek: :eek:
Move here Drage!!! :iagree:
Edit: or move to Belgium, as Cressida points out they're even cheaper there!
Can get them locally (Saturn store, Germany) for 9.99 EUR a 50 pcs cake here also. Bought 300 discs last week.
Usually, Staples is worth a try also. They often have Verbatim Pastel discs in stock. Verbatim DVD+R DL media is quite cheap there also btw.
Is that an offer?
Edit: or move to Belgium, as Cressida points out they're even cheaper there!And did you suddenly get cold feet? :bigsmile:
:iagree: what with a dragon blowing hot & cold Arachne must be scared you'll catch something over at her place :bigsmile:
I must clarify that I was quoting the German price (where I would buy them), as I wouldn't dream of buying in quantities of 50 at Belgian prices either (which is still only half of that Danish rip-off :eek: ).
Shouldn't they be even cheaper in Luxembourg, as the price in Germany contains an extra donation for the starving music/film industry?
The GEMA blank media levy in Germany is irrelevant if you're located in another country and import media from Germany, like e.g. Cressida does in Belgium and I do in Denmark. So we don't have to pay the GEMA levy.
Okay. Doesn't matter as these LUX based shops are often more expensive than the local stores here in the city At least for CD media :bigsmile: