I use www.cdconnection.com they have better pricing than most and have the largest selection I know of. They often have multiple import and special edition choices along with domestic pressings. The other feature I love is they keep your shopping basket so you can fill your basket and buy the ones you need now, come back later to buy more!
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In addition to the site you already use, the three sources for discounted CDs I use are:
1. http://www.amazon.com for used CDs or orders over $25 on new Cds have free ship.
2. http://www.deepdiscountcd.com offers reasonably low prices on a wide variety of titles with free shipping.
3. Of course http://www.ebay.com can have decent prices on new/used CDs. Their sister site http://www.half.com is also worth checking out.
Placed another Amazon order last week ... each disc less expensive than I could find on other CD sites ... with FREE shipping. All six have been shipped ... on three different days ... and all due this coming week ... FREE shipping ... Couldn't find any other site offering the Coltrane and Miles Davis CDs/SACDs that I wanted. Granted, Amazon doesn't offer but a very few SACDs, but they do list a significant number of regular CDs.
Many thanks for the excellent recommendations. Even though I use Amazon a lot for woodworking tools and books, I never thought to try them for music as well. Duh. One of my resources to check out new music is our public library system which has a wide range of styles. Thanks to your input, I will now be acquiring more music than is responsible.
I've had the best luck buying used CDs from Amazon.com marketplace sellers (there are hundreds of them, perhaps thousands, so it's a huge marketplace, and Amazon.com stands behind and guarantees your purchase). I've bought a great many CDs this way over the past three years and found it very efficient (saves a lot of time and running around) as well as highly cost-effective.