Cyber Monday Deals for Music Fans
Perhaps in an attempt to make up for six fewer days between Thanksgiving and Christmas, big music retailers have honed in on Cyber Monday. Here’s a quick look at what’s on sale for the music fans on your gift list (or — let’s be real — yourself).
Amazon has heavily discounted a bevy of album downloads, including Avicii’s True featuring the smash “Wake Me Up” ($1.99), Kanye West’s Yeezus ($1.99), Fall Out Boy’s Save Rock And Roll ($1.99), Selena Gomez’s Stars Dance ($1.99), Ariana Grande’s Your Truly ($1.99), Darius Rucker’s True Believers ($1.99), Pusha T’s My Name Is My Name ($2.99), Arcade Fire’s Reflektor ($3.99), Luke Bryan’s Crash My Party ($3.99) and many, many more in the $5-dollar range. Physical albums are running a couple bucks more.
Into rare vinyl? Insound may be your spot with a one-day 15 percent discount covering everything from rare records to box sets to vintage merch. For example, the White Stripes vinyl bundle, normally $128, has been marked down to $104.
For those who’ve had their girlfriends skillfully dismantle their ratty wardrobe of band t-shirts, OldGlory.com is offering vintage merch at solid prices. Red Hot Chili Peppers rainbow print “Multi-Risks” t-shirt and Insane Clown Posse Scientist t-shirts are just $10.77, while the brightly colored Weezer “Trouble Maker” t-shirt is $14.40. A Johnny Cash beanie runs $5.98, while a Run DMC Check Mate Zip-up Hoodie is going for $18.20. Hot Topic is offering 30 percent off the entire online store, including Katy Perry Prism and Nine Inch Nails’ Pretty Hate Machine muscle tees for a $17.15 and $15.15, respectively.