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Find best price on a CD?

Discussion in 'Coupons, Discounts & Sales' started by audiorocks, Oct 22, 2020.

  1. audiorocks

    audiorocks Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Location:
    California
    I used to use dealoz.com to find the best price on a CD but they seem to be books-only now. Is there another good method? All I'm doing currently is checking eBay and Discogs.
     
  2. MikeMusic

    MikeMusic Forum Resident

    Location:
    Surrey, England
    Amazon sometimes have silly prices.
    I find prices on Ebay are usually a bit less than Amazon although Amazon can be less sometimes by a lot.
    Local charity (Thrift in the US ?) shops if you have time
     
  3. havenz

    havenz Forum Resident

    Location:
    Boston, MA
    Check out Decluttr.com

    Free shipping across the board. Most CDs are around the 3.99/4.99 price point. No grades and usually all are NM / VG+. If the discs don't measure up, they are great about refunds and returns - they provide return shipping labels.
     
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  4. audiorocks

    audiorocks Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Location:
    California
    No good CD/vinyl for sale search engine?
     
  5. masterbucket

    masterbucket Forum Resident

    Location:
    Georgia US
  6. audiorocks

    audiorocks Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Location:
    California
    Fair to say that a search on Discogs and a search on eBay is as good as it gets these days?
     
  7. briankettle

    briankettle Forum Resident

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  8. audiorocks

    audiorocks Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Location:
    California
    Nice one! Will definitely try there.
     
  9. Are we talking new retail CDs or used CDs? For new CDs, plugging the UPC into Google Shopping returns the bigger retail listings.

    Used CDs are a whole other kettle of fish with no real unified search engine available.
     
  10. audiorocks

    audiorocks Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Location:
    California
    I'm interested in new CDs too. Google Shopping is a good idea for those.
     
  11. hutlock

    hutlock Forever Breathing

    Location:
    Cleveland, OH, USA
    Just a heads up on this: they do have some listings that appear to be CD-R. Make sure you read their description. I found at least 3 last night when I was looking through their listings.
     
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