Sierra Records "END OF AN ERA SALE" ("Half Price On The Entire Sierra Records Mail Order Catalog")

Discussion in 'Coupons, Discounts & Sales' started by KeithH, Nov 30, 2017.

  1. KeithH

    KeithH Success With Honor...then and now Thread Starter

    Location:
    Beaver Stadium
    I received notice of this sale by e-mail yesterday. The message starts out with "THIS is the last sale for 2017 and beyond." The deal is half-off orders over $25 and includes everything online. The sale ends at midnight PST on December 1st. Regarding the items available online, the message goes on to say "Many of these will no longer be available after December!". The message ends with "This could be your last chance to support Sierra Records."

    To order, go to sierrarecords.net. Enter promo code "2018" to get half-off on orders over $25.
     
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  2. ggergm

    ggergm Forum Resident

    Location:
    Minnesota
    @KeithH, thanks for the heads up. I've purchased John Hartford CDs from Sierra Records in the past and just got another one today. It was a live record by Hartford, playing with the Aereo Plain band. I had no idea it even existed. I bought two copies at half off, one for me and another for my friend who turned me onto John Hartford over 40 years ago.

    I also purchased on vinyl an AAA compellation of the best songs off of Randy Meisner's three solo records after his stint with the Eagles. It looks like Sierra Records is taking extra special care with the mastering and generating the stampers. This record, too, came as a surprise to me and was half off with the "2018" code. Sierra Records wanted $6 shipping for everything, which was just fine.

    Sierra Records has for sale Hartford's two terrific Warner Bros albums on CD, Aereo-plain and Morning Bugle, along with many Gram Parsons rare recordings, both solo and with the Flying Burrito Brothers. If you like acoustic and bluegrass music, you should check them out.

    Here's the link: Sierra Records

    I hope they survive although your post makes their situation seem dire. They are the only source for much music I love.

    :righton:
     
  3. kwadguy

    kwadguy Forum Resident

    Location:
    Cambridge, MA
    This is sad.

    However, I won't be buying any CDs from them, as too many people have reported getting CD-Rs, and I don't buy CD-Rs.
     
  4. bootlegend

    bootlegend New Member

    Location:
    Louisville, KY
    Where are you reading this? I was about to pull the trigger but I don't want to pay for CD-Rs either.
     
  5. ggergm

    ggergm Forum Resident

    Location:
    Minnesota
    I'd like to know this, too. Many of the titles on their site have been there for years and when I bought them, they were pressed CDs.

    @kwadguy, to say it's sad that Sierra Records might go away and then plant a landmine like this that will keep people from buying from them without any documentation or proof is poor form. :cry:
     
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  6. KeithH

    KeithH Success With Honor...then and now Thread Starter

    Location:
    Beaver Stadium
    I don’t know if a lot of people have received CD-Rs from Sierra Records, but the “gold CD” sampler I received with my Platinum membership is a CD-R. The explanation I received from John was unacceptable.
     
  7. kwadguy

    kwadguy Forum Resident

    Location:
    Cambridge, MA
    There was a recent thread where some people were complaining about the "gold" CD-R sampler, and then others indicated they'd received other CD-Rs.

    See GerryO's 2nd comment in this thread:

    Sierra Records Silver, Gold, and Platinum Clubs
     
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  8. ggergm

    ggergm Forum Resident

    Location:
    Minnesota
    Thanks for posting this. I'll let you know, either in this thread or the other, if the Hartford CD I ordered today is a CD-R or not. It's advertised as an import and is from a radio broadcast, which probably makes it one of those "copyright free in Europe recordings" we see so much of now.

    I can't get too worked up over a free sampler being a CD-R. One you pay for is another matter.
     
  9. bootlegend

    bootlegend New Member

    Location:
    Louisville, KY
    Well, I took a chance and ordered earlier before anyone responded. I'm a big Clarence White fan.

    I have had other labels (Suburban Home Records) ship their sampler as a CD-R but it was free. Hopefully that is the case with Sierra as well.

    Thanks for the heads up by the way.
     

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