In looking at Best Buy and Circuit City fliers in yesterday's paper (Sunday, 3/24), it seems to me that CD prices are more reasonable than what I am used to. Best Buy is running a special starting Tuesday (3/26) where you can save $2 on any CD normally $9.99 and up (limit 2) when you purchase any new release. New releases are advertised for $11.99, and quality CDs like 3 Doors Down The Better Life, Steely Dan A Decade of Steely Dan, Sheryl Crow Tuesday Night Music Club, No Doubt Tragic, and Guns N' Roses Appetite for Destruction are only $9.99. Circuit City is also advertising new releases for $11.99, and "40 of Today's Top Hits" are also just $11.99 every day. In addition, Celine Dion All the Way...A Decade of Song is just $11.99, while her new album coming out this Tuesday entitled A New Day Has Come is just $10.99. Also, Dion's Celine Dion and The Colour of My Love are just $8.99. Admittedly, I haven't shopped for CDs at Best Buy and Circuit City lately, as I've been focusing on SACDs, but these prices for CDs seem cheaper than what I remember. Are CD prices finally coming down?