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Cyber Monday vinyl deals 2021: How to spin a bargain on the big day

Cyber Monday vinyl deals 2021: How to spin a bargain on the big day
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It might still seem some time off, but the big Cyber Monday vinyl deals will be with us before we know it. Yes, the annual sales extravaganza will be here on November 29, bringing with it a host of bargains that'll put your head - and vinyl - in a spin.

From rock reissues and metal box sets, through to prog collections and alternative favourites, there's sure to be something that fits your musical tastes while also easy on the bank account.

But while we wait for the Cyber Monday vinyl deals to start rolling in, we've picked out a couple of tasty bargains for you to get your hands on right now.

For example, the recently released Genesis album The Last Domino? is available at Amazon for $69.99 – down 12% from its list price of $79.98. The record brings together a selection of the band’s best-loved tracks, is pressed on heavyweight vinyl and housed in a hardback gatefold book-style package.

In the UK, the triple silver and black vinyl edition of Iron Maiden’s blistering new album Senjutsu has been knocked down in price. This Amazon exclusive was originally £60.99, but you can now grab it for £50.92 – a cracking saving of 17%.

And for US customers looking for even more bargains, don't forget that Amazon are running their Epic Daily Deals on a wide range of products this month.

Over the coming weeks, we'll be bringing you our favourite Cyber Monday vinyl deals – and that's not all: we'll also be posting the best Cyber Monday music deals, Cyber Monday Bluetooth speaker deals, Cyber Monday record player deals and let's not forget the Black Friday music deals.

Cyber Monday vinyl deals: Latest offers

Latest deals online now (US)

Latest deals online now (UK)

Cyber Monday vinyl deals: When is Cyber Monday

This year’s Cyber Monday officially takes place on November 29, although with it coming just days after all the big Black Friday sales, we expect a lot of bargains to roll over to the day itself. So whether you’re after new slabs of vinyl, Bluetooth turntablesheadphonesbluetooth speakers and everything in-between, you’re bound to find something for you… and it’s also a great time to pick up some early Christmas presents along the way. 

Cyber Monday vinyl deals: What to expect

In 2020, we saw a raft of brilliant savings on everything from coloured vinyl and reissues, through to box sets and limited edition releases. We fully expect to see similar Cyber Monday vinyl deals across the whole weekend and into Cyber Monday this year.

We hope to see cash dropped from Metallica's recently released Black Album 30th anniversary edition, and perhaps we could see a few notes taken from upcoming Trivium album In The Court Of The Dragon. No matter what, there's bound to be money off some tasty vinyl, so keep it right here on Louder for our top picks. 

How to spot killer Cyber Monday vinyl deals

With so much going on when it comes to Cyber Monday vinyl record deals, what should you be looking for? We'd suggest first checking out the RRP of the vinyl package you're looking for. That way, you'll be able to see at a glance how much of a deal you're actually getting. Some vinyl releases will be cut by a handful of pounds or dollars, while others – we're looking at you, box sets – could be reduced in price dramatically.

We'll do our bit by highlighting the best online Cyber Monday vinyl deals to help steer you in the right direction.

Cyber Monday vinyl deals: Where to find them

If you're looking to grab a bargain, there are plenty of options available to you. First, keep this page bookmarked, as we'll be updating it regularly with some of the best deals around in both the US and UK.

An if last year's Cyber Monday vinyl deals are anything to go by, expect sites including Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, Townsend Music, Rough Trade, EMP and Base.com to get in on the fun.

Cyber Monday vinyl deals: How to prepare

With so many Cyber Monday vinyl deals set to land, it’s best to be prepared. We suggest making a list of your vinyl wants and keeping it handy, as keeping up with the whirlwind of bargains could turn out to be the sonic equivalent of spinning plates as you navigate the sites! Here at Louder, we’ll be keeping this page updated regularly with all the biggest and best Cyber Monday vinyl sales along with some tasty vinyl that we think is worth grabbing. 

If your looking for inspiration, we got a load of guides on the best albums by artists including AC/DC, Pink Floyd, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, the Beatles, Genesis, Yes and a whole lot more across Classic Rock, Metal Hammer and Prog.

And if you’re on the hunt for something that’s not vinyl related, it’s worth checking out our guides to the Loudest bluetooth speakers, the best budget wireless headphones, the best phones for music and best budget noise cancelling headphones if you're looking  at nabbing a bargain on Cyber Monday.

Cyber Monday vinyl deals: Last year's top deals

US deals

Guns N’ Roses: Locked N’ Loaded: $1000, reduced to $738
Best Buy gave us a deal to remember last November with a wild saving of $262 on the massive GNR box set. It's still a lot of money, but that was an amazing deal!

Kiss - Unmasked: Was £200, reduced to $114
Walmart  reduced the price of Kiss’ 1980 album Unmasked by a whole chunk of change last year. This version has been pressed on 180g vinyl and presented in high definition 192kHz/24-bit audio.

Def Leppard - Hysteria: Was $37, reduced to $29
Another nice saving over at Walmart last year: Def Leppard's stellar Hysteria - the record which thrust the Sheffield heroes into the global spotlight. The 1987 album spawned seven hit singles including Animal, Pour Some Sugar On Me and Armageddon It.

John Lennon - Gimme Some Truth: Was $110, reduced to $88
This particular version was the 4LP edition, with Amazon knocking the John Lennon collection to less than $90. There are 36 tracks on the compilation, each remixed from the original master tapes. It also comes with a booklet, poster, postcards and bumper sticker.

UK deals

Soundgarden Live From The Artist's Den: £160, reduced to £95
This live set was recorded at Soundgarden’s show at The Wiltern in Los Angeles in 2013 in support of their King Animal album. This deluxe edition contains 4LP, 2CD and a Blu-ray and the price was  slashed by EMP!

The Who - Live At Hyde Park: Was £40, reduced to £29
The Who’s headline set from London’s Hyde Park in 2015 was celebrated with this red, white and blue vinyl pressing. Packed with some of the band’s best-loved songs, Zavvi lopped a 11 notes off the price.

Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus: £65, reduced to £47
There was £18 off this triple album, which was expanded to 28 tracks, with a new mix and 192k 24 bit HD restoration. Filled with bonus material, Townsend Music cut the price by 18 notes.

Bon Jovi - Bon Jovi 2020: Was £33, reduced to £27
What’s better than the release of a new Bon Jovi album? A Bon Jovi album on gold vinyl with £6 off the RRP over a Zavvi, that’s what. The record launch in December last year, but this was a neat pre-order deal.