Question Re: Bmg Cd Club

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  1. Robin_B

    Robin_B Stunt Coordinator

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    I see that BMG have changed their membership commitments again. Now you can get 12 CD's for the price of one, with no further CD's to buy. Only postage and packaging to pay for the free CD's. Does anyone know how much the P + P is for each CD at BMG?

    The way I see it you would pay $14.98 (minimum price for club CD's) for the one CD and 12 x P+P. If P+P was say $3 then my math says each CD would work out to about $4.25.
     
  2. Phil A

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    I believe shipping and handling is $2.79 per unit. I think you pick 7, then buy 1 (within a yr.) and then get 4 free. Selections are $14.98 and up. Most regular one I think are $17.98. If someone signs you up they get 5 free ones. So if you have a friend or family member that belongs that's even better. If you don't you can send me an E-Mail!
     
  3. Garrett Lundy

    Garrett Lundy Producer

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    Remember that 2 disk releases count as 2 seperate selections.
     
  4. Greg.G

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    Also check out yourmusic.com. It's $5.99/CD w/ NO S&H, just sales tax. Just have to buy 1/month I believe.
     
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    I think the disadvantage of yourmusic.com which is run by BMG is that it is $5.99/month whether you buy one or not. So if you don't have a CD in your buy list (or whatever they call it) you still pay $5.99. BMG also offers points with each purchase. If you make at least 4 purchases/yr. (even 1 cd each time at 60% off with no S&H) you get 5 points. For sale purchases you get 1 pt. and more for regular ones. When you get 18 pts. you get a free CD.
     
  6. John Berggren

    John Berggren Producer

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    My BMG route:

    Order 7 CDs, pay S&H
    wait
    wait
    wait
    On a buy 1 get 3 free sale
    Order 4 CDS, pay for 1 & 4xS&H
    then
    Order my remaining 4 CDS, pay S&H
     
  7. Greg.G

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    I'm new at this and confused regarding fulfilling my membership. Right now they are offering me buy 1, get 2 free, then unlimited at 2.99 each plus S/H. If I just got three CDs would that fulfill my membership obligation or do I just have to place an order for a solitary CD at full price? The following link suggests calling them with my fulfillment order but I did not think call them was an option:

    http://www.dealdude.com/index.php?action=9&id=13
     
  8. AricB

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    i use that service, which is actually a division of bmg, i believe. i like it. liked it even better when they were 4.99 each. double cd's are usually 9.99 or 11.99, and they even have some sacd's and dual discs for 5.99. i think you can get all the bob dylans and elton johns and eric clapton sacds...
     
  9. Tim Travis

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    If i buy a premium cd, does that count for my one cd that I have to buy?
    Tim
     

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