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<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0001YFX98/ref=nosim/101081219797-20" target="_blank"><img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B0001YFX98.01.TZZZZZZZ.jpg" border="0"></a><br /><br />Amazon.com has the Ridata DVD+R 8x 50-pack Spindle for a low $15.74 after $8 mail-in rebate. Free shipping if you order is $25 or more, so add <a href="http://www.dealcube.com/filler.php?amount=1.26&category=all&page=1" target="_blank">$1.26 or more</a> in filler items.<br /><br />Ridata DVD+R media is known for excellent performance and stable, reliable data writing. This spindle features 50 DVD+R write-once discs that are compatible with 8x speed recordings. Designed for personal or professional use, Ridata's DVD+R discs utilize a high-performance phase change material which is ideal for mass storage and long archival life.<br /><br /><a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0001YFX98/ref=nosim/101081219797-20" target="_blank">Ridata DVD+R 8x 50-pack Spindle - $15.74 Shipped After Rebate - Amazon.com</a><br /><br /><b>Discuss the deal in this thread.</b>
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Pretty much the same price when you factor in Newegg's shipping.


Newegg - 100 for $31.49 shipped after $12 rebate

Amazon - 100 for $31.48 shipped after $16 rebate (max 2 $8 rebates)


Of course if you order from Amazon, the out-of-pocket cost is $4 more, but you are helping support the site since we get commission from Amazon (but not Newegg) :tongue1:

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Nope. Newegg does not have an affiliate program of any kind. I think the feeling at Newegg is that they get so much free "advertising" on all the tech forums everywhere that they don't need to pay sites to get people to buy from them. They are the de-facto recommended site for a lot of stuff, so it makes sense for them I guess. Plus if they paid commission they'd probably have to raise their prices.


Although we do get a few cents if you go through our Pricegrabber partner site and then click through to Newegg, whether you buy something or not. It's a hassle for people to do that, so we don't really bother mentioning it. If you notice, when I post a Newegg deal on the main site, I usually link to the Pricegrabber listing instead of directly to Newegg.

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