Discussion in 'Gamers' Pulse' started by Dogz, May 7, 2009.
i was desperate and bought a 20 pack at best buy for 40 bucks
50$ for 10 in some places over here. Just trying to figure out if its worth me shipping some from the states
paid $60 for 50 at sam's club not too long ago.
Just paid $30 for 20 at Best Buy last week. They can be had online for slightly cheaper but I had a gift card to burn up. If you pay $1.25/disc you're doing pretty good.
Microcenter usually has the best deal. Pretty sure they cost $30 or less for 25.
got a 20 pack for $25
a little over $1 each from what i've seen
Yeah my price is usually from $1.00 to $1.35 or so, of course being cheaper the more you buy.
Like right now newegg has a 20pack for 23.99 shipped.
Amazon has it for like 27.99 shipped
SuperMediaStore.com has it for like 26.99 shipped.
All three of these stores vary in price. I always check all three, and buy the cheapest.
The best deal is New Egg. 30 pack of 8x for $42 shipped, works out to $1.4 each.
its pretty cheap at electronic frys
Those are single layer
I'm not sure i trust the 30 packs... i bought a x30 pack from Newegg and they all turned out coasters. Had to return them (surprisingly Newegg took them back, despite their CD/DVD return policy). I ended up buying a 20pk and everything was good. I guess i coulda just got a bad batch, but just throwin in my .02
SL DVD-R < DL DVD-RW++-black
Bad batches happen. Never had one myself though. I burn at least 100 a month.
See, those would be ok, if you want to burn at max 6.4x. I like to burn at 8x, thanks!
oh, you really showed me.
In Canada we routinely get them for <$1/ disc in bundles
I just bought 30 pack of 8x for $35
i burn at 2x... not sure its okay to burn > 2x
It's ok to burn at 8x.
i burn all my 360 games with those at 8x and never had a problem
burn at the max burn rate printed on the disc. just set your burning software to "max".
burning slow can actually cause problems.