Slimline jewel cases (50) for $1.49

Discussion in 'Coupons, Discounts & Sales' started by Tjazz, Nov 5, 2006.

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  1. Tjazz

    Tjazz Music is my Mistress Thread Starter

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    USA
  2. Santo10

    Santo10 The Hot Corner

    Location:
    Oregon
    The question isn't if, but how many. Ordering 1700 cases to take advantage of free shipping might be overdoing it a little bit. :laugh:
     
  3. Tjazz

    Tjazz Music is my Mistress Thread Starter

    Location:
    USA
    My friend who told me about the deal, just has the jewel cases deliveried to the local store, to avoid shipping charges.

    I think it's a typo error, because their regular price is $14.98.
     
  4. ubsman

    ubsman Active Member

    Location:
    Utah
    Join Staples Rewards Club. Once you do you get free shipping. Not quite sure why you would want these types of cases though? I usually break them the first time I open them.

    I tried an order just to fool around. Says OUT OF STOCK. So you can't order it anyway.
     
  5. Santo10

    Santo10 The Hot Corner

    Location:
    Oregon
    I use slimlines to store CD-Rs (Grateful Dead shows), discs from digipacks (like the Dylan SACDs), and discs from cases that are a pain to open (Tool's 10,000 Days comes to mind). I also use tons of 2-CD jewel cases for shows when I feel like making artwork.
     
  6. musicalbeds

    musicalbeds Strange but not a stranger

    Location:
    Ontario, Canada
    Greg, how do you store them if their the slimcases?

    I use the regular jewel cases for everything you mentioned because I store them on a shelf and I wanna be able to figure out what's what without too much trouble.

    I have 9 shelves, 10 and a half inches wide, filled with CDRS...I'd love the use the slims if I could figure out how to differentiate them.
     
  7. rjp

    rjp Senior Member

    Location:
    Ohio
    the link isn't working now. must have been an error.

    renny

    p.s. best deal i could find was 50 for $9.98
     
  8. audiodrome

    audiodrome Senior Member

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    North Of Boston
    I go through tons of these things - they're great for storing CDRs that you don't feel like making inserts and tray cards for.
     
  9. Santo10

    Santo10 The Hot Corner

    Location:
    Oregon
    Yeah, that's the obvious disadvantage. There's no way to keep track of what's what. I keep the studio albums that I store in slimlines next to the original case so they don't get lost.
     
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