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www.columbiahousedeals.com/musicclubs

The top music clubs offer members severely discounted prices for CDs, compared to regular retail stores. The most popular, and really the only big contender left, is the BMG music store. BMG has a few different CD clubs that feature a vast array of selections from all music genres.

www.columbiahousedeals.com/bmg-music

The BMG music clubs are the top contenders of all CD by mail services out there. No other companies can begin to compete with the variety, diversity and savings offered by BMG.

forums.anandtech.com/threads/are-there-any-mail-order-record-clubs-left.2068910

Not sure what club you were using; BMG usually charged about $8/CD, when you could go to the store and buy it for $17. That's why I used it so much. Also you could respond online rather than sending in the card (at least starting around 1997 or so).

slate.com/culture/2015/08/columbia-house-bankrupt-mail-order-cd-clubs-owner...

Aug. 10, 2015 marked the demise of one of the most storied pieces of late-20 th-century cultural detritus, the mail-order CD club. The owners of Columbia House filed for bankruptcy on Monday, and ...

hansen1.com/~bmg

If you decide to remain a member, simply agree to purchase one selection at the regular club price (currently $14.98 to $15.98 for CDs, $9.98 to $10.98 for cassettes) within a year. You may then order four more FREE choices. That's 12 selections for the price of 1, with nothing more to buy, ever!

www.classical.net/music/links/retail.php

Links - Retail, Mail Order & CD Clubs In addition to providing information, databases, etc. on the web, these sites are also in the business of selling classical music in various media including CD, SACD, DVD-Audio, DVD-Video, MP3, music downloads, etc.

www.columbiahouse.com

Member Credits: Buy Member Credits during the first 10 days of the month for only $ each and redeem them for any book on the site. (Save over 20%) Credits will not expire, so you can use them at any time!

www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/12-for-one-cd-deals-no-more-bmg-music...

The BMG Music Service — the mail-order company famous for offering CDs at deals like “12 for the price of one” — has revealed in an e-mail to subscribers that they will cease operations on ...

mentalfloss.com/article/28036/its-steal-how-columbia-house-made-money-giving-away-music

If you grew up in the pre-MP3 era, chances are you had at least one go-round as a member of Columbia House’s mail-order music club. Who could turn down the allure of eight compact discs (or 11 ...

www.classical.net/music/guide/mailorder.php

A list of mail order sources that do business over the net, including several that are listed below, can be found on the Retail, Mail Order & CD Clubs page or by following links below. Berkshire Record Outlet