Sorry to start a new thread on this, but the original three-week-old thread is already closed. Last month, I posted a note that said The Beatles Store (UK) was selling copies of the scarce 2017 2-LP edition of "Sgt. Pepper" on their website for just 29.99. I know there was some speculation that perhaps it was just the 1-LP version mistakenly labeled on the website as the 2-LP version since both were being sold at the same price. But my order arrived today and it's the 2-LP version, thankfully. (Another forum member also snagged one at this price.) So, it may be worth checking the website periodically to see if any additional stock turns up. And by the way, I've never received an album shipped in a better, more protective box -- and it's a good thing. Parts of the specially designed, very heavyweight outer box were completely ripped away and two of the corners that should have been about an inch and a half tall were crushed flat. It literally looked like a truck ran over it, and not just once. The inner box was largely undamaged and the LP itself is fine except for some minor corner dings -- which is an absolute miracle considering how this thing was completely trashed by postal employees. The Beatles Store's excellent packaging for shipping is something I'll have to keep in mind when deciding where to order new vinyl in the future.