RSD 2017: The Deals

News / Record Store Day 2017 / April 21, 2017

Here is our running deal thread for Record Store Day 2017. If you have one we missed, be sure to comment below.

  • Side One Dummy — Their pop-up shop will be open Saturday, with test pressings available from Jeff Rosenstock, Pup, Microwave, The Gaslight Anthem and more. They’ll also have their AJJ RSD release on sale.
    20% off with code “VINYLROCKS.”
  • Deathwish — Use code “RSD2017” for 20% off your entire order. Use same code for 50% off Bandcamp. Mystery bundles for both LPs and 7″s. And this exclusive release:
    “Self Defense Family’s ‘BBC Session’ exclusively from deathwishinc.com and deathwishinc.eu. This 12″EP will be limited to 500 copies on light blue / bone mix vinyl.”
  • Wax Bodega (Lakewood, OH) — Buy 1, Get 1 50% off (non-RSD releases).
  • Sound Stage Direct — 20% off vinyl with code “LP20.”
  • Dead Tank Records — 10% off the webstore with code “RSDUMB.”
  • Seasons Of Mist — 20% off webstore.
  • Skeletal Lighting — 17% off with code “RSD2017.”
  • SMLXL — 15% off everything except pre-orders. Use code “RSD2017.”
  • 24 Hundred — 20% off UNFD vinyl.
  • Weathered Records — Everything $1 below cost.
  • SRC Vinyl — 15% off in-stock records with “RSD15.” 20% off in-stock records when you spend over $50 with code “RSD20.” RSD items are excluded.
  • No Sleep Records — 25% off. No code needed.
  • The Native Sound — 20% off webstore. Random record bundles.
  • Count Your Lucky Stars — 25% off webstore.
  • JB Hi-Fi — 20% off all vinyl.
  • Sunday Drive Records — 50% off webstore.
  • Triple B Records — Use code “FUCKRSD” for 15% off everything.
  • Dine Alone Records — 15% off with “RSD15.” 20% off orders over $50 with “RSD20.”
  • Spartan Records — 3 mystery LPs for $20.
  • Iron Pier — 20% off webstore.
  • Stand-Up Records — Rare vinyl back in webstore.

RSD Leftovers on sale (won’t start until after Saturday):


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Chris Lantinen is the owner and editor-in-chief of Modern Vinyl. Along with his modest collection of sad sounding records, he collects his share of soundtracks and previously adored indie up-and-comers. Chris is currently a professor of journalism and public relations at Edinboro University in the Erie, Pennsylvania area.






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