PacificDisc Announces New DVD Replication Pricing Matrix

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With so many confusing statements being made by their competitors, PacificDisc, the pioneers of Demystifying DVD Replication, has developed a no-nonsense approach to explaining DVD replication pricing.

With so many confusing statements being made by their competitors, PacificDisc, the pioneers of Demystifying DVD Replication, has developed a no-nonsense approach to explaining DVD replication pricing. http://www.pacificdisc.com/PricingAmarayDVD.html

PacificDisc, the pioneers of Demystifying DVD Replication, recently rolled out a “Good-Better-Best’ pricing matrix to better assist their clients in making an informed decision when ordering a DVD replication run.

All too often a client blindly makes a purchasing decision about their replication project not knowing all the details and facts about DVD replication and never really understands what the finished discs might look like until they have been pressed and delivered. PacificDisc’s new “good-better-best” approach totally removes this uncertainty. With PacificDisc’s new pricing matrix, clients can now pick and choose what’s most important to them -- bottom line price or quality of finished product -- by selecting the desired DVD replication pricing tier that is right for them. http://www.pacificdisc.com/PricingBulkDVD.html

“We were hearing from our clients that sometimes they simply needed a quantity of discs replicated, when budgets were extremely tight, or when 5-color cover artwork simply wasn’t needed”, said Morris Anderson, Founder and President of PacificDisc. “We deal with a lot of independent filmmakers who have limited budgets, or have spent their last dime on production. By offering these client’s three levels of replication service (or product), we can still support those who insist on the highest quality discs money can buy, without excluding those on tighter budgets” http://www.pacificdisc.com/AboutPacificDisc.html

PacificDisc now offers simple silver discs with B&W offset printed disc faces at the “Good” level. 3-color offset discs at the “Better” level & 5-color offset printed (UV inks) at the “Best” level. All three tiers have very different prices, so a producer can quickly assess price vs. quality -- all on a single pricing page online. Once a decision has been made, completing a simple online form will quickly result in a formal written quote from PacificDisc showing up in a client’s email inbox. http://www.pacificdisc.com/PricingAmarayDVD.html

Additional information on PacificDisc’s DVD replication pricing options can be found at http://www.pacificdisc.com/PricingBulkDVD.html

About PacificDisc Inc.

The PacificDisc mission is to help independent filmmakers, corporate clients, educators and video producers navigate the complex world of DVD replication. We know how challenging it can be to understand all the terminology and confusing pricing models, especially if this is your first time. So PacificDisc speaks to you intelligently, but without all the technical mumbo-jumbo.

PacificDisc specializes in smaller DVD Replication runs of 500 or 1,000 pieces. We offer only the best quality product, which includes 5-color offset printed disc faces, full-color/full-bleed covers (wraps), Amaray style cases, full assembly and poly-wrap. We feel that this is the most commonly requested project for our customers, so have optimized our process to accommodate these type of jobs.

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