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# 36646 29-Jun-2009 19:47
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Hi there - I'm looking to get a small quantity (up to 10) dvd-r dl's - most end up pricing at around $5 per disc.  Anybody aware of any retailers who sell them cheaper (whether brick and mortar or online)?


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  # 229333 29-Jun-2009 20:05
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$81 for 10 at Ascent is the best value I've seen @$3.93 incl GST per disc - They have free shipping as well:






http://www.ascent.co.nz/productspecification.aspx?ItemID=9342499










Or you could go for at 10 pack for $46...






http://www.ascent.co.nz/productspecification.aspx?ItemID=366799




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  # 229335 29-Jun-2009 20:09
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The cheapest I could find was for $35: (10pk)

http://www.nzoczone.com/product_info.php?cPath=129_22&products_id=11533

The next was $41.99 at:
http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/prspy/prodtvs-dvds/dvd-video/blank-recording-media/verbatim-95166-dvd-r-dl-8-5gb-10pk-spin-2-4x/prod41561.html?ac=pricespy

 
 
 
 


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  # 229344 29-Jun-2009 20:43
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pbtech.co.nz have 25pk for $49

http://pbtech.co.nz/index.php?item=DVBPRO2550



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  # 229351 29-Jun-2009 21:00
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Thanks for all those guys. the pbtech ones are certainly cheap. Have you used them riahon? Any problems?

Cheers

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  # 229358 29-Jun-2009 21:07
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Never used dual layers before and never used that brand. I usually buy my discs (single layer) from these guys as they are cheap and local.

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