What are the best sites for buying vinyl records on the internet?

  • #1
    RM
    Written on February 6, 2017
    Rosemary Miles
    "The website does accomplish the goal of people wanting to buy vinyl records, but the actual design of the website can deter people from wanting to explore or purchase. The white background in combination with the small size of the wordings causes it to be really hard to notice what each category is for. Exploring and navigating through to find whatever you need to find or to just explore something new is extremely easy and everything is nearly organized and doesn't clutter the viewers experience."
  • #2
    GD
    Written on February 11, 2017
    Grace Dean
    "Insound made buying vinyl online easier than ever. With its huge library, I found my favorite records at the best price. Searching for new music to listen to and old favorites couldn't be any easier!"
  • #3
    Vinyl Me, Please
    Websites

    $33 - Varies by plan

    ZT
    Written on October 3, 2017
    Zachary Taylor
    "Remember Columbia House record club? You'd pay a monthly subscription fee and have the "album of the month" mailed to your door. Vinyl Me, Please is a similar concept, though the subscription fees have certainly climbed (plans start from $25/month), and individual albums are quite expensive. I'll give Vinyl Me, Please a pass, and stick to scrounging for vinyl in used record shops for now."
  • #4
    BM
    Written on October 3, 2017
    Brian Meyer
    "I bought a couple of vinyl records from them and had to wait four weeks to receive them. When I called to check on my order, their customer service told that there was a delay in the ordering. Not happy with that but was happy when I did finally receive them."
  • #5
    JO
    Written on February 22, 2017
    Joan Owens
    "I had a very enjoyable time with Ebay looking for vinyl records for my collection. There were a lot of records I didn't own yet, and the sellers were usually very friendly and responsive. I would definitely come back and use this site again to buy more vinyl records."
  • #6
    WT
    Written on May 6, 2017
    Willie Torres
    "I live in a small town without any record shops like in the city, and when I do make my way out to one often times they don't have even a fraction of what I'm looking for. As a vinyl enthusiast Discogs is the reason my collection isn't lacking. Sometimes I have to wait a while to snag records I'm looking for, but it's totally worth it, and the marketplace/community are awesome!"
  • #7
    CH
    Written on April 10, 2017
    Carolyn Hanson
    "There's a reason people say "If you can't find it on amazon then it doesn't exist." I built my Vinyl collection over years, but with the closure of a lot of local music stores I've had to turn online to get what I need. Amazon usually has what I'm looking for, whether it be in their warehouse or from a third party seller."
  • #8
    BL
    Written on September 7, 2017
    Bryan Lucas
    "Hands down this one of the best sites if you're a lover of music and the vintage articles that go with it. Though there are competitors to this type of e-commerce, the site makes buying, trading and sharing music fun and easy. They have a huge selection and make communication of like minded music lovers a virtual concert over the internet."

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Summary

Best sites for buying vinyl records on the internet
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 The Mixtape Shop Websites 155 Free
2 Insound Websites 115 Free
3 Vinyl Me, Please Websites 90 Paid
4 SoundStageDirect Websites 65 Free
5 eBay Apps 32 Free
6 Discogs Websites 8 Free
7 Amazon.com Websites 7 Paid
8 e-Record Fair Websites 0 Paid