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ISO: Blank CDR WHOLESALER

Discussion in 'Dropshipping & Wholesale Hookups' started by Souljerr, Sep 7, 2011.

  1. Souljerr

    Souljerr Regular Member

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    im in search of a wholesaler for blank CDs or maybe even thermal blank CDs

    im also in search of jewel cases for the cds, i usually prefer them to be seperate because it ends up being cheaper but im just curious to see if anyone here has a hook up in this area of expertise

    thank you very much, looking forward to hearing soon.
     
  2. Shah_G

    Shah_G Junior Member

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    Blankmedia.ca is the best I think for wholesale prices on cd's.

    Their rates start from 0.24 cent a piece and go lower for thermal printable cd-r.
    The jewel cases are pretty cheap too, you can find them for like 0.15 cents each.

    Im from Canada so using them suits me alot more than any supplier in China,
    Quick delivery and I think a chinese supplier wont beat their rates unless you buy 10,000 pcs and the long wait on top of that.
     
  3. Souljerr

    Souljerr Regular Member

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    thank you, im looking for a little cheaper though tbh >_< when i was working at bestbuy i was getting them for .11 a cd so i know its gotta exist somewhere haha.


    i did bookmark that site though :) u should check out totalmedia.com they have some really nice deals too
     
  4. Shah_G

    Shah_G Junior Member

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    totalmedia is pretty good, .11 per cd is a good rate...but it could be because you worked for best buy, otherwise its hard to compete with these big timers.

    I think if you buy enough from totalmedia you'll get that rate.
    Chinese suppliers wont go that low...you'll need to get a whole container to get a rate like 5 cents each.
     
  5. Souljerr

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    gotcha gotcha, thanks for the input bro im gonna give totalmedia a call tomorrow and see wat theyll do for me
     
  6. JohnnyRabbit

    JohnnyRabbit Supreme Member

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    Staples has some pretty cheap ones Lol