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Old 11-13-2012, 05:51 PM   #1
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Default Best Place To Buy CDR-700MB

Okay, so I was just wondering where the cheapest place is to by the normal CDR-700MB.
Whatís the cheapest price you can get them at, including P+P.
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I've always bought mine from Ebuyer.com but this is while buying other things so i don't need to worry about the postage. Just buying blank CDs and then paying for postage online might up the price a little bit.

Best bet is to take a look at the price of them in Tesco next time your doing your shopping as a base price for in store prices, then have a quick look online for prices including delivery.
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I've always bought mine from Ebuyer.com but this is while buying other things so i don't need to worry about the postage. Just buying blank CDs and then paying for postage online might up the price a little bit.

Best bet is to take a look at the price of them in Tesco next time your doing your shopping as a base price for in store prices, then have a quick look online for prices including delivery.
I bought my last ones off Ebuyer.com they worked out as just under 10p each. I will check next time I go to Tesco.
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I bought my last ones off Ebuyer.com they worked out as just under 10p each. I will check next time I go to Tesco.
Ebuyer are definitely good value but there delivery can be a pain. . .

Something that's £15 in the shops might be £8 on Ebuyer but if there is £5 or £6 postage it's not that great . . . .
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Yep. I bought mine along with my chair and my cheap pens (4p each) for school. If youíre buying something thatís worth a lot and you get free postage it normally works out cheaper.
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