A new service from Amazon will deliver surprise 1960’s and 1970’s vinyl records to your doorstep, every 30 days.
Streaming music is all the rage these days, but vinyl has seen a major resurgence in the last few years. To cater to analog sound lovers and vinyl fans in the US, Amazon is launching a new subscription service called Vinyl of the Month Club.
The service will surprise subscribers with a new record to add to their collections each month – handpicked by Amazon Music’s experts – and deliver it to their doorstep with free standard shipping.
The curated Golden Era of Vinyl subscription box is priced at $24.99 USD per month and aims to bring collectors, new and old, with some of the greatest albums from the ‘60s and the ‘70s – including must-have albums by Led Zeppelin, Abba, Miles Davis, Aretha Franklin, Pink Floyd, and others.
The price is surprisingly good value, as you could get some more expensive albums as well. Of course, you won’t know what you’ll get, but that’s also part of the service’s charm.
Even so, albums that don’t meet the subscriber’s musical taste can be returned at no extra cost (as long as they’re sealed and unused), and the subscription can also be canceled at any time.
At present, access to the service is exclusively available in the US, although Amazon is also planning on taking the initiative to vinyl collectors globally later this year.
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