Verbatim disks BOGOF at PC World

  ivesy 15:00 16 Feb 2008

Just in case anyone has missed this. PC World are selling 50 spindle Verbatim DVD+R disks for £13.99 buy one get one free. click here

I know £13.99 is a little bit expensive for 50 but £13.99 for 100 seems like a bargain to me!

Notice on the link they are selling a spindle of 25 for £14.99!

Got mine this morning but the shelf edge made no mention of the offer. I had to check at the till first. I know it was certainly news to the store manager about the offer!

  tullie 15:56 16 Feb 2008

Works out at what i pay for my disks anyway,maybe still a tad dearer still.

  aquatarkus 17:33 16 Feb 2008

Still more than i'm paying at the local computer fair at Tolworth and there printable as well.

  pj123 17:40 16 Feb 2008

Won't go the PC World but there are plenty of other suppliers selling for much less than that.

  Colin 11:13 17 Feb 2008

pj123 - I'm looking to replenish my blank DVD's and was going to pop down to my local PC World to buy them. Can you post links to where I can get them cheaper?


  ivesy 12:13 17 Feb 2008

This could start an interseting thread.

How much do you pay for 50, 16 speed DVD's and where do you get them from?

I usually get mine from as I find the 'branded' ones like TDK and Verbatim are more reliable.

I got some from Bigpockets once and the packaging was badly damaged in the post and found about 6 or 7 disks wouldn't work out of 50.

I liked the convenience of getting them from PC world this time, but I agree they are usually quite pricey.

  robgf 12:29 17 Feb 2008

I get my blank DVDs from Woolworths (don't laugh).
Worthit brand, pack of 50, 8 speed £11.89.
click here

I've been using them for quite a while and they seem to be fine. They have a lifetime guarantee, but I suppose that depends on how long you live......

  merciarich 13:13 17 Feb 2008

I use Lightscribe discs, they cost a fortune....

I use, I havent used them for normal discs but they are really cheap for Lightscribe

Fast delivery too

  pj123 13:34 17 Feb 2008
  tullie 14:33 17 Feb 2008

Ths has all been said recently in another thread

  Colin 15:04 17 Feb 2008

Thanks, pj123.

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