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iheartdisney
01-24-2012, 06:08 PM
I figured this out last year when I realized that Garth Brooks music isn't available for sale digitally. And I don't engage in any "file sharing" i.e. piracy.
Ebay!
Yep, instead of .99 per song from Amazon, or $1.29 a song from itunes, I can win the entire album on ebay for less than 5 bucks. Including shipping! Then I import the photos to my itunes library and throw the CD in the box with the other obsolete CDs!
The old Disneymania CDs are awesome for workouts! (threw that in there so this post would be budget AND Disney related!)
Anyway, I am just really proud of myself! ;)

Handbag Lady
01-24-2012, 06:17 PM
I figured this out last year when I realized that Garth Brooks music isn't available for sale digitally. And I don't engage in any "file sharing" i.e. piracy.
Ebay!
Yep, instead of .99 per song from Amazon, or $1.29 a song from itunes, I can win the entire album on ebay for less than 5 bucks. Including shipping! Then I import the photos to my itunes library and throw the CD in the box with the other obsolete CDs!
The old Disneymania CDs are awesome for workouts! (threw that in there so this post would be budget AND Disney related!)
Anyway, I am just really proud of myself! ;)


We have used record stores around here and you'd be surprised what you can get at a good price. Good for you for doing it legally!

Alli76
01-24-2012, 06:28 PM
Check your local library... they have been a great source in the past

sam_gordon
01-24-2012, 07:04 PM
Check your local library... they have been a great source in the past
But if you borrow the CD from the library, then copy the music, isn't that illegal?

Robinrs
01-24-2012, 07:26 PM
I figured this out last year when I realized that Garth Brooks music isn't available for sale digitally. And I don't engage in any "file sharing" i.e. piracy.
Ebay!
Yep, instead of .99 per song from Amazon, or $1.29 a song from itunes, I can win the entire album on ebay for less than 5 bucks. Including shipping! Then I import the photos to my itunes library and throw the CD in the box with the other obsolete CDs!
The old Disneymania CDs are awesome for workouts! (threw that in there so this post would be budget AND Disney related!)
Anyway, I am just really proud of myself! ;)

I did one step better... I get them from my SISTER, copy them and give them back!! :lmao:

SandrA9810
01-24-2012, 07:39 PM
I've found numerous Disney CDs at the flea market for a buck or so. Of course the most common ones are the soundtracks for movies, but I've found a few park CDs, like Fantasmic!, Salute to Disney, Christmas Carols and others.

angierae
01-24-2012, 08:07 PM
Amazon's reseller program is good for used cds, as well.