Where do you buy your CDs these days?


I'm curious what online sites folks use to find CDs? I use Amazon, and especially their Marketplace sellers for used discs. But prices have become high and supply has become stagnant. I used to use several European retailers (Amazon UK and Presto) before the pandemic, but shipping is extremely slow these days and I've had more than one never show up at all and presumed lost. Surely there are other online retailers?
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+1 audioguy85 & others who have named thrift stores like Goodwill. I found a thrift store in Richmond Va that has an incredible selection of classical CD's. I've probably bought close to 100 from that 1 store. Also, a lot of people have mentioned eBay and that is a great source of almost any CD you could be looking for. I just bought a 20 CD set of Artur Rubinstein playing Chopin for $25. That's a deal. It's from old recordings and originally recorded in mono (which actually makes sense to me when you're recording a solo instrument) and it sounds superb when you turn it up a little. 
I mainly use Amazon, but sometimes Ebay and sometimes thrift shops.

I used to buy almost all my CDs from Second Spin. But alas, another casualty of our times. Ebay seems to be the best alternative along with Amazon. 
Deepdiscount.com has some great deals and coupons sometimes.  I use them and have always been happy.
I bought a bunch directly from the great Americana label New West last time they had a five dollar sale. Richard Thompson, John Hiatt, and Rodney Crowell albums for five bucks!