DVD-R blank media prices crashing massively. Why?

Jules

Distinguished Member
Over last 6 weeks or so, the price of DVD-R media has been absolutely crashing through the floor.

25 Datawrite Yellows (x4) have dropped from around £18 to less than £11.
25 Bulpaq orange (x4) are now less than a tenner.
25 Datawrite Red v2 (okay they aren't the greatest disc, but if they work for you, they work) have gone from around £18 to £7.99!!!
Ritek's are also massively more affordable.

Why all of sudden? Would discs bought now be of lower quality than those bought say ..3 months ago?
I've just bought a mix of 75 discs, and its cost me a little over £30!
 

Rasczak

Distinguished Member
Demand is driving down prices. They will go alot lower before the year is out.
 

LV426

Administrator
Staff member
Same thing happened early on with blank CDs.

Believe it or not, the first CD-RW disc I bought (Hewlett-Packard 2x speed) cost GBP14.75. For one.
 
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smallman28

Guest
Same with everything,leave it long enough and it gets cheaper.
 
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JNLister

Guest
Could it be related to the plummeting dollar exchange rate?
 

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