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HMV 2 for £25 on selected vinyl
In stores & online. Incl Amy Winehouse, David Bowie
When we looked online on Mon 8 Oct, there were 100+ albums* from a diverse mix of artists including Amy Winehouse, David Bowie, Fleetwood Mac, Harry Styles and Nirvana.
Of course, you shouldn't assume HMV will be cheapest - even with this offer. As always, compare prices elsewhere before you buy to make sure you're getting the best deal.
HMV up to 50% off selected vinyl LPs
Online & in stores. Incl recent & classic albums
If you go online to HMV* or into a store (find your nearest*) you can find discounts of up to 50% off a selection of vinyl LPs, until 11.59pm on Sun 17 Jun - which coincidentally, or not, just so happens to be Father's Day. Delivery's £2 or free if you're spending £10 or more, or you can collect from a store for free. Yet if vinyl seems a little 'last century', see our guide on Free Music Streaming.
When we looked online on Mon 11 Jun, we found a varied mix of 130+ records including both classic albums and more recent releases. Here are just a few examples:
- The Who - My Generation* for £7.99, was £20.99 (next cheapest we found, £13.94 at Amazon)
- Nirvana - In Utero* for £9.99, was £20.99 (next cheapest we found, £15.95 at Fruugo)
- Florence & The Machine - How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful* for £10.99, was £23.99 (next cheapest we found, £20.96 at Amazon)
- Lou Reed - Transformer* for £12.99, was £19.99 (next cheapest we found, £14.99 at Zoom)
- The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead* for £12.99, was £20.99 (same price at Amazon)
While we did manage to find some of the selection on sale at the same price on Amazon, we couldn't find any of the 20-or-so we looked at cheaper elsewhere. Yet even with the discount, HMV may not always be cheapest so always do your own price comparisons before buying.
There's no code or voucher needed as the discount is clearly marked and applied automatically.