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.