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Best places and prices to buy CD's?

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Which store (on line or brick and mortar) has the best prices for new CDs?

post #2 of 7

Specifically what genres? A lot of online metal distros have good prices ($10 or under). Amazon.com has a good selection of new releases at $10 or under. I even saw some classic stuff like Black Sabbath at $5 per CD.

 

There's also ebay.

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You can usually get CDs off Amazon for dirt cheap. Look at the used vendors. You might also have a local used music store where you can pick up stuff too.

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I have been buying used from Amazon, then ripping to Lossless (ALAC). Great luck, I spend $25.00 - $30.00 a week and by weekend I have 5 - 7 new albums in my possession.. Never a bad CD either.....

post #5 of 7

Barnes & Noble as well as Best Buy have great 5 and 7 dollar sections. Best Buy more so. I walk out with a minimum of 8 CDs every time. Half Price books is another good option.

 

Then of course Amazon. 

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Depending on where you are, there may be some good independents. In the Bay Area, there's Amoeba and Rasputin Records. My favorite was Streetlight in Santa Cruz, CA.
post #7 of 7

J&R has a nice selection of $3.99 CDs.

 

http://www.jr.com/product/productListing.jsp?N=4293746670

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