Music on Special Offer Thread?

Capitol and Blue Note were added earlier, but the Universal addition is massive, 61 pages (OK lots of Charles Aznavour towards the end) including Beck, Lennon, Rush, Who, Stones, Velvets, early Scott Walker, Nick Drake, Rush, Donna Summer, Grace Jones etc. etc.

And more classical than you could shake a stick at.

Good call sir.

Highresaudio.com has now a deal in which you buy a voucher of a value of 50 euros or more and you get a value back of 10 percent more. If you frequently buy at this site then it might be a good 10% discount. For one thing they do have in general the cheapest ECM high resolution albums....

Not a specific special offer, but I have found Chandos records to be fairly consistently cheaper than most other high res and flac sites. For example, I just bought "This England" - Works by Elgar, Vaughan Williams and Britten by the Oregon Symphony and Carlos Kalmar. On Qobuz and HRA it was about 15 pounds in Flac 24/96, but on Chandos it was £9.79.

Bert Schurink posted:
Bert Schurink posted:

Only 45 euros when you are on Qobuz sublime...

 

Interesting last week you could get it for days for 45 euros. Now a special deal and you would pay over 70 euros, I think I missed something....

£7:34p for this in January this year!! 

Timmo1341 posted:
Bert Schurink posted:
Bert Schurink posted:

Only 45 euros when you are on Qobuz sublime...

 

Interesting last week you could get it for days for 45 euros. Now a special deal and you would pay over 70 euros, I think I missed something....

£7:34p for this in January this year!! 

Sometimes the prices in the U.K. are surprisingly low, I should have an UK account as well.

A UK account is a good idea. I've nailed some ridiculous bargains around Christmas time with a UK account. Lou Reed's RCA catalogue in Hi Res plus Beethoven 1-9, and change from twenty quid. My original French account doesn't always pick up the lowest prices.

Harry posted:

A UK account is a good idea. I've nailed some ridiculous bargains around Christmas time with a UK account. Lou Reed's RCA catalogue in Hi Res plus Beethoven 1-9, and change from twenty quid. My original French account doesn't always pick up the lowest prices.

So how do I create an UK account. I more or less mentioned it as a joke, but realized that the U.K. Offers are sometimes very very good ?

I set up a UK account for Helen using her email address. You don't need another person really, just a different email address. I've had my old French account for donkey's years. Qobuz always defaults to it but I can log out. Or enter the site using a browser (Firefox in my case) with no cache and no history. I use this "clean" version of FF for some of my work.

Harry posted:

I set up a UK account for Helen using her email address. You don't need another person really, just a different email address. I've had my old French account for donkey's years. Qobuz always defaults to it but I can log out. Or enter the site using a browser (Firefox in my case) with no cache and no history. I use this "clean" version of FF for some of my work.

Thanks for the tip...

33% off at Soundliason.com

Dear all,

We are happy to announce the start of our
'Indian Summer Sale'.

The coming weeks you will be able to purchase any album on the site with a 33% reduction!

After having filled your shopping cart please don't forget to fill in the coupon code:
 
Indian Summer

in order to get the 33% reduction.
Gary Shaw posted:

Hans-Joachim Roedelius & Tim Story - Inlandish

This charming piano and electronics album from 2008 is mysteriously only £1.99 on Qobuz. Ignore the "Lunz" tag - it's wrong. 

http://www.qobuz.com/gb-en/alb...65001040115?qref=dpa

Gary, well spotted this is a lovely album at a lovely price. Some interesting stuff on Gronland records - I already have some Sol Seppy and Half Cousin plus the obligatory Neu.

Also, I have most of the Roedelius stuff and related projects but if I didn't the 31 track 'Works 1968-2005' would be an essential purchase:

http://www.qobuz.com/gb-en/alb...s/5051083024082#item

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