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Poll: Where do you buy your blank media(cd/dvd/blu-ray)now adays?

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  1. Member johns0's Avatar
    Join Date: Jun 2002
    Location: canada
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    I'm buying blu-ray blanks from newegg.
    I think,therefore i am a hamster.
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  2. Video Restorer lordsmurf's Avatar
    Join Date: Jun 2003
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    Amazon and Meritline, mostly.
    Microcenter and Fry's if near one of the stores.
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  3. Member hech54's Avatar
    Join Date: Jul 2001
    Location: Yank in Europe
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    Local store for Verbatims...........Ebay/online shops for Taiyo Yuden.
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    Join Date: Aug 2006
    Location: United States
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    I buy blank DVD media from Amazon or newegg. I haven't bought any for a while, but CD blanks came from various brick and mortar mass market retailers. I won't need any BD blanks until I buy a BD burner.
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    Join Date: Oct 2011
    Location: Finland
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    I use continental European online shops, Verbatim and TY only. Never seen TY's in our stores, some do have the better Verbatims, but the local blank media tax drives the store prices too high anyway at the moment.
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    Join Date: Oct 2004
    Location: Freedonia
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    Rima or Supermediastore 100% of the time now. I used to buy a few specific types of blanks from New Egg but I haven't done that in a while. The only time I'll ever buy from a store now is if I need one or two discs as soon as possible and I can't wait to have a larger quantity shipped to me.
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  7. Member fritzi93's Avatar
    Join Date: Nov 2003
    Location: U.S.
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    Meritline usually; occasionally NewEgg if there's a promo.
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  8. I used to buy Verbatim DataLife discs from Sam's Club but our local store closed. The last time I bought discs I got DataLife Plus from Supermediastore.com.
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  9. Microcenter mostly because of the convenience. Supermediastore when I plan ahead.

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    Join Date: Jun 2004
    Location: California,United States
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    Haven't bought plastic disks in 3 years. Still have about 60 4.7gb disks from my last purchase at Staples office supplies. Same as what I had 3 years ago.
    Now all my BRs and DVDs are immediately transferred to external hard disks. Most are transferred even before they're ever viewed.

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  11. Member edDV's Avatar
    Join Date: Mar 2004
    Location: Northern California, USA
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    Newegg, Amazon or Frys store sales.
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  12. Member dragonkeeper's Avatar
    Join Date: Jul 2003
    Location: United States
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    Newegg for the win.
    Murphy's law taught me everything I know.
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  13. Local stores when the price is right, blankmedia.ca when I am looking for something specific.
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  14. Member p_l's Avatar
    Join Date: Jun 2002
    Location: Montreal, Canada
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    http://www.blankmedia.ca/

    While I'm there, I usually also order cases and inserts.
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  15. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
    Join Date: Aug 2000
    Location: Sweden
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    Local store.
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  16. Member stewiegriffin711's Avatar
    Join Date: Jan 2006
    Location: north of south
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    Local store as there is now a good selection of bricks and mortar locations to choose that are priced even cheaper than any on-line location in Canada that I've found (even before the added shipping costs).
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