How do you justify $125.00 for a new vinyl record


Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks 180g 45RPM 2LP Box Set https://www.mofi.com/product-p/mfsl45ud1s-006.htm
now going for $200.00+

This record and many like it were cut from a digital copy of the analog master tape which means it has stereo + mono depth perception so a comparison to a 1st pressing with stereo + stereo depth perception will expose the truth about how inferior the sound quality is. Back in the 50’s,60’s,70’s vinyl was vinyl and that was that.Now you have a choice based on how much you are willing to spend as to how much the sound quality will suck. l can damn sure bet you that a digital download at 16/44 using an allpass filter to remove the dynamic compression for the loudness wars and then re-encoded with the 33 hertz frequency will blow the mofi vinyl away. 
guitarsam
@cfarrow 
Oh I am definitely cheap and pretty, ask the wife.
Oh shoot you said petty......
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Just sam latin.
I bought a couple of records roughly in that price range and at least one more than that, all new. I copied them into digital and that was about it. I paid that much because that was the price 
I have 5 hot stampers in my collection and all were worth the money imo. Will gradually add more when I’m able. He, Tom, has weekly coupons that I utilize to save some money. I typically pay just under $100 bucks for each, as I usually only go for the $99 ones he has. Minus the coupon, typically 15 to 20 %, it’s a decent deal for a guaranteed great sounding record. This expensive record buying is a bit new to me, as I generally buy my records at thrift stores, crate digging, etc.....the most expensive record I ever bought was a sealed original copy of The Who, Who's Next, on ebay for about $200. 
How do you justify $125.00 for a new vinyl record?

Easy, be rich or not married.