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12-21-2000, 01:56 AM
Get a free cd label maker 2000 from neato.com. A $29.95 value. All
lable maker 2000 to your cart and use coupon code PYRO.
All you pay is $5.00 shipping.
12-21-2000, 02:46 AM
Got the following message when I tried to check out:
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12-22-2000, 06:59 PM
The PYRO promotion kit doesn't seem to contain the same number of labels as the standard one on the store shelf. When I got mine, it had just a few loose sheets of labels in it instead of the shrink-wrapped bundle of sheets in the store version.
As a competitive comparison, Avery labels at Sam's Club are 100 round labels for $19.95 and you can use the Walmart Gift Card to get 20% off that. The thing also comes with free Avery software cdrom inside.
However, I got the PYRO kit as a gift. I added a bunch of labels from my own collection before sending it off though!!! Or else there would have been too few to use...
12-22-2000, 07:10 PM
i go the shrinkwrapped bundle of labels in the PYRO package... (i also posted this deal earlier). not as many labels as i would like and the label stamping thingy is not so hot (it doesn't use a spring, it has a piece of foam... hmm) it was worth 5 bucks, but not 29.99! it's more like a sampler - a few sheets of full sized CD labels, a few sheets of mini-cd labels, and perforated jewel case inserts and the like.
it also did come with a PILE of templates for tonnes of different graphics programs which was really handy, but then again, you can d/l these for free off the neato webpage. what's more, you probably have to buy THEIR labels to use their templates too (;
i'm still looking for a brand of labels that is more opaque... you can still see the silkscreened crap that the manufacturers put on their retail CDR's, even through the ultraexpensive high-gloss labels they include.
i guess that's that. it was a nice kit for 5 bucks, but don't feel pressured afterwards into buying their labels!
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