What are the best places to sell vinyl records online?

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    Discogs is a community-built music database and marketplace, offering information about audio recordings, including commercial releases, promotional releases, and bootleg or off-label releases.


    Roy Meyer
    Written on April 28, 2017
    "Although I was kind of hesitant at first about selling my vinyl records online, Discogs actually has a pretty robust marketplace where you can sell to different listeners and collectors all over the world. It took some time to get it setup, but my boxes of records are slowly dwindling into a more manageable level (much to the happiness of my wife!)."
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    In Vinylom, or as we know it's previous name, "e-Record Fair", offers you to sell, buy and trade records, CD’s, tapes, vinyl and many more directly with Collectors all over the World.



    Jacob Knight
    Written on May 30, 2017
    "My parents were hippies in the 60s and I had such a huge collection of vinyl records and nowhere to put them in my new luxury 200 square foot Manhattan apartment. So I needed a place to sell them. e-Record Fair was that place and it did an amazing job. Now I can afford to eat. Yay!"
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    eBay is an online marketplace where users can connect to buy and sell electronics, cars, fashion apparel, collectibles, vinyl, sporting goods, digital cameras, baby items, coupons, and practically everything else under the sun.



    Kenneth Evans
    Written on March 21, 2017
    "eBay is a great tool for placing items up for auction. One can easily list and sell vintage vinyl records for a small fee and be paid directly to their paypal account. I have used eBay for quite a few years and although the expansion of Marketplaces such as Amazon, eBay still has been an essential tool for me in selling hard to find and odd items."


Did you know that the seemingly obsolete vinyl records are actually resurging amidst the fast-growing digital trends in music? Vinyl records (also known as gramophone record) refers to an analog sound storage medium originated in France in the 19th century. This form used to be the primary medium used for music until phonographic cylinders took over the market as it gained popularity in the 20th century. If you are planning to collect a few, you might want to consider the difference in the sound produced of the black vinyl from the colored ones. Sound experts say that colored vinyl records tend to produce more noise than the black ones. In addition, colored records are more prone to damage so invest in a good player and a case that would help retain the value of it. An interesting note to consider is its surprising comeback in the music industry. According to a news on Forbes, vinyl record sales are not just simply growing—they are growing even faster each year paving the way for different production companies to make them rare and collectible. Moreover, in the recent Nielsen Music report, it revealed that the past 12 years, including 2017, had been the renaissance period for vinyl records because it experienced a consecutive growth in sales. Last 2017, its sales comprised 14% of all the physical album sales. Rock music dominated the music chart on Billboard’s Top 10 Best Selling Vinyl Albums of 2017 in the United States with The Beatle’s Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely-Hearts Club Band topping the list with a total of 72, 000 sales.

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    Insound is an online website marketplace for all music lovers. They offer to buy and sell discounted price for vinyl, electronics, hard to find stuff and more.



    David Huerta
    Written on May 15, 2017
    "Insound Is the market place for vinyl records. If you like the people at your local music shop then you will love insound. I think the local music scene created insound."
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    Amazon is an online retail company considered to be one of the largest in the world. It was created for users looking to find electronics, computers, software, apparel and accessories, books, music, DVDs, tools and hardware, and much more.


    Hu Dong
    Written on October 11, 2018
    "This is an obvious answer for where to sell anything online, and I don't agree that Amazon is a good choice for vinyl records. I think there are many other choices to sell products online, especially something specific such as records."
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    Diskaos is an online music lovers community where you can manage your record collection and also buying and selling records from other collectors. You can also log in as a seller and sell your records online to a worldwide audience.


    Ishan Dutta
    Written on March 21, 2017
    "The Diskaos community pages are a great place to get my vinyl sold. It seems like most users have a very large knowledge base and are willing to pay what things are actually worth. Nothing seemed scammy and I felt at ease during the entire process. I would be glad to both buy and sell more vinyl there moving forward."
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    #7The Mixtape Shop

    The Mixtape Shop
    The Mixtape Shop is the online record store of The Mixtape Club. They offer a selection of records in the following genres: House, Disco, Techno, Soul, Brazil, Funk, Jazz, Electronic, World. They are based in Brooklyn, New York.


    Brian Chapman
    Written on April 8, 2017
    "The site seems to lack an established and easy way of selling vinyl records. Most people would rather go to a larger website to handle any monetary transactions. Using advertising and marketing would be the best way to build the service. "
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    Musicstack.com is an online Vinyl Records and CD store where you can find thousands of LPs, 45s, CDs and out of print music from record stores around the world.



    Trevor Simmons
    Written on February 3, 2018
    "This site has been an e-marketplace for selling music (records, cds ect) for 20 years now. Well established with an easy to use system. The site also creates your own unique website for your store when you sell. There is a LOT of music knowledge there, and the forums provide volumes of information at your fingertips from veteran sellers."
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    Reverb is an online marketplace wherein you can buy and sell used, vintage and handmade musical gears and instruments from guitars, amplifiers, basses, keyboards, and more at an affordable price. 



    Betty Mckenna
    Written on February 21, 2019
    "I sell many different type music , LP Cd SACD mostly on Discogs and ReverbLP. Both do very well."


Best What are the best places to sell vinyl records online
1DiscogsWebsites 20 Free
2VinylomWebsites 18 Free
3eBayWebsites 15 Free
4InsoundWebsites 13 Free
5AmazonWebsites 10 Free
6DiskaosWebsites 6 Free
7The Mixtape ShopWebsites 6 Free
8MusicstackWebsites 5 Free
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